Trusts & Grant Volunteer


An exciting opportunity has arisen for someone who is looking to gain valuable experience in the fundraising sector and volunteer with a supportive and fun team! If you enjoy writing, thrive on learning new skills and want to contribute to an excellent charity, this is the role for you! 

As the Trust & Grant Volunteer you will be part of a dynamic and award-winning team of committed and passionate individuals, working together to raise the profile of Challengers and maximize funding in support of play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people. 

We are looking for a volunteer who has:  

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and an acute eye for detail. 
  • An ability to use Microsoft packages including Word, Excel, Publisher and Outlook amongst others.  
  • An enthusiasm to support the wider Fundraising team. 

Job Description:

Trust & Grant Volunteer – Job Description


  • Excellent training and learning opportunities 
  • Flexible hours  
  • A supportive and fun team 
  • Opportunity to gain experience in the fundraising sector 
  • You can achieve a Vinspired award for your volunteering efforts too! 


You will be volunteering from our Guildford Office on Stoke Park.



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Disclosure declaration

The position which you are applying for potentially involves significant unsupervised contact with children and is therefore subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975. This means that you must disclose details of any convictions, bindover orders or police cautions, warnings or reprimands, including those which are considered “spent” under the terms of the Act. Please use the Disclosure Form below only if this applies to you. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly.
If you have any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not "protected" as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013) by SI 2013 1198, please complete the information below and return it with your application. This information will not be used to discriminate against you unfairly. For more information on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act please click here.

Important information

On the next few pages we will be asking for your education history, dating back to GCSEs (or equivalent) and your employment history. In order to process your application we need to have a full history from your secondary education to present day, including any gaps in your study or work. If you fail to provide a full history, your application may be rejected, this is due to the nature of our work with vulnerable young people, and the strict Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policies we must adhere to.