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Volunteer at a Play or Youth Scheme

We are always looking for energetic and enthusiastic volunteers to join our busy and exciting Play and Youth schemes. Our schemes provide fun play, leisure and sport activities for disabled children and young people with a wide range of impairments. Your role as a volunteer will be to assist in the delivery of these schemes! If you enjoy spending time in a busy and sociable environment then this could be the perfect way to spend your time.

Benefits of volunteering at Challengers:

  • Experience of supporting disabled children and young people in a caring play environment.
  • Team work in a sociable and friendly environment.
  • Contributing to the mission of the charity to provide fun and safe places for disabled children and young people.
  • Travel expenses paid (up to 15 miles each way).
  • Achieve a Challengers Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum award.
  • A great character reference if we have gotten to know you well.
  • Play and Youth Volunteers | Across our schemes
    Play and Youth Volunteers | Across our schemes: Flexible working hours

    Become part of a dynamic and supportive team and gain a rewarding insight into supporting disabled children and young people.

    All volunteers must be at least 15 years old.

    You can find out more by reading our role description.

    To apply, complete our online application form.

  • Volunteer Minibus Driver | Farnham Youth
    Volunteer Minibus Driver | Farnham Youth: Weekdays in term-time and possible extra work on Saturdays and during the Holidays

    We are looking for after school club cover for 2pm-4:30pm during term time week days with the possibility of extra work at weekends and during the holidays. They would ideally hold a D1 license so they could drive all of our buses. This is a paid or voluntary position.

    To apply, please fill out the Challengers Application Form (Word) and email to

98% of staff and volunteers say they have a better understanding of the experience of disabled children and their families since working at Challengers.