Become a HARC volunteer community ambassador
You can play a vital role in helping increase awareness and understanding of HARC’s work with the general public and donors and act as a representative of HARC at ad hoc events as required and mutually agreed.
Our Ambassadors help ‘tell the HARC story’ and maintain relationships with some of our regular donors in our local community such as schools, churches and community groups.
Closer to the start of the HARC project in December, lots of groups choose to support HARC by raising money at an event. The money raised by our supporters is critical to helping run HARC. As a community ambassador you will represent HARC and visit these groups to discuss our work and help build our community links.
Who can be a HARC community ambassador?
We are looking for volunteers (aged 16 plus) who are enthusiastic about our work and who have the confidence to approach groups and talk to people about the work of HARC. We can make the role suit you, you can choose the amount of time you wish to dedicate to the role from a couple of hours each month to much more!
Why not look at the link below and see if it’s right for you.
If you’re interested please complete the application form – and then we’ll get in touch to arrange a meeting.
If you have any further questions please email us and we can arrange to have a chat with you over the telephone to tell you a little more about what the role entails.