Give your time and talents at one of our events
All the fun of a marathon without the training! Sound like something you’d be interested in? Volunteering at an event is a great way of supporting our work and other NSPCC supporters while we raise money.
The great thing about volunteering at an event is that there are so many different things to do on the day. Whether you have a particular interest or are keen to put your skills to use for a good cause, there are a variety of ways to get stuck in.
Join us at one of our cheer points
Our cheerers make a massive difference, keeping our runners and triathletes going to the finish line. Shout, wave and clap to let them know we’re with them all the way!
"The NSPCC cheering points ... really gave you a lift and kept you going."
Rod / London Marathon runner
Cheer points are set up around the event course – guaranteeing a great view, and making it easy for participants to spot us.
Instagram fanatics, this is for you! We have so much fun at our events, so it’s a shame if we can’t capture all the memorable moments.
If you have a camera and some time to spare, we’d love for you to join us on the day.
Set up stands and stalls
Help us get set up on the big day. Making sure people know where to find us at an event is important.
To help us get spotted amongst the sea of supporters and eventers, we sometimes set up a stand or stall. Stands and stalls are used at conferences, event days and festivals.
Running a marathon is thirsty work! Lend us a hand keeping our eventers refreshed throughout the day.
Some events also provide an area for eventers and their families to relax at the end. We're on hand there too, providing snacks and drinks.
If volunteering at one of our sporting events sounds like something you'd enjoy, get in touch. Find out about our upcoming events and what we're doing near you.
The Color Run
Prudential RideLondon - Surrey 100
Belfast City Marathon and Half Marathon 2017
Other ways to support us
Volunteer for Childline
Do your own fundraising
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