Volunteering is a great way to support a cause you care about, and at the same time develop new skills, meet like-minded people, and gain new experiences. 

Our Champions volunteer their time, experience and expertise to contribute to our projects and services, all of which are focused on improving the wellbeing and mental health of children, young people and families.

This can involve things like:

  • Supporting us to review our resources
  • Sharing the parents'/carers' perspective as part of our training days for mental health professionals
  • Helping out at events
  • Raising awareness of the importance of mental health in the media

...and much more!

Volunteering as a Parent Champion is flexible and can be tailored to you, so just let us know what you are interested in and we’ll find the right activity for you.

If you are interested in becoming a Parent Champion or would like more information, please get in touch with our Parent Participation Officer, Myrvete Gashi, by email or phone 020 7794 2313. We are currently accepting applications and the deadline is Thursday 10 December 2020 (midnight). To apply, please contact our Parent Participation Officer.

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