Volunteer and make a difference
Help all girls know they can do anything.
Work with young people, gain voluntary experience and develop skills from first aid to fundraising. It’s time to get involved with Girlguiding
Be inspiring. Be you.
Three simple steps to becoming a volunteer
Register your interest - fill out our form and give your details. We need to know where you are based and how we can contact you.
We'll be in touch - someone from the Girlguiding team in your area will contact you for a chat, usually within seven days.
Tell us what you want to do - during this chat let us know about your skills and how much time you have to spare. This will help us to find the right volunteer role for you and start our recruitment check process.
Our volunteers do amazing things – some of which might surprise you. You could find yourself white water rafting, training guiding leaders overseas, celebrating LGBT+ inclusion in a local Pride parade or singing along with 10,000 girls at Wembley Arena.
What volunteering is all about
Volunteering with us isn't just about campfires and helping girls to get their next badge - although those are special moments that we all share. It's about empowering girls and giving them new experiences. It's being a role model and helping girls to realise their full potential. It's sharing and developing your skills.
Do something for you and your community
Meet new friends living near you
Take a refreshing break from your everyday routine
Share a skill or specialism
Make a difference to the lives of girls in your community
Spend time laughing, playing and being inspired by incredible girls and young women
Build skills for life
Working with young people and other volunteers helps develop valuable, transferable skills like event planning, time management, leadership skills and budgeting.
You choose the volunteer role that matches your skills and time. Then we'll help you build skills with training opportunities suited to your role that make your CV stand out. Take our Leadership qualification, become a trained first aider or get qualified for outdoor activities such as climbing and kayaking.
Be an inspiration for girls
Your professional and personal experience, a specific skill or simply your enthusiasm - you have so much to share with girls and young women in guiding. Whether you've been involved in guiding before or you are completely new to us, you'll feel proud to watch girls grow through guiding.