Volunteering at a HACK event
We have lots of opportunities for you to volunteer your time on the day of the HACK to help us create the best experience for our walkers. These walks are only possible because of the support that we receive from volunteers.
You can help make our events memorable for our walkers, raise the profile of the NSPCC and, best of all, help us raise money for our work with children.
What is involved?
Volunteering at a HACK involves:
- Meeting and greeting participants
- Putting up signage along the route
- Marshalling the route - keeping our walkers safe
- Cheering walkers
- Helping to set up the check points
Sign up to volunteer
Sign up as a volunteer at one of our four HACK events across the UK. Please kindly note you must be 18 years and over to volunteer.
What our volunteers said last year
"An amazing day, great for people watching." Robert, checkpoint marshal
"I made and served a veggie chilli for the Buxton walkers - I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and can't wait for 2013." Sharda, finish point volunteer
"My eighth year marshaling - amazing people, great day with lots of laughter and fun." Rosie, road marshal
"So amazing to be there from start to finish - a long and rewarding day, from 5am until 8pm. I'm so proud of all the walkers." Bridget, registration and finish point volunteer
The NSPCC HACK events are kindly supported by