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Volunteering at British Liver Trust

There are many ways to support our work locally or from our Head Office in Bournemouth, including fundraising or administrative roles. If you can spare a few hours on a regular basis we'd love to hear from you.

Charitable Trusts Fundraising Volunteer

Grants and donations from charitable trusts are crucial sources of funding for the British Liver Trust. We are looking for a Bournemouth-based volunteer who can spare half or a full day on a regular basis to support our Charitable Trusts Fundraiser with research and applications for grants.If you are experienced with Word and interested in research, this could be the role for you. Experience of databases would be an advantage but not essential as training will be given.

Please email outlining your experience and availability if you are interested in this important volunteer role.

Community Volunteer

Could you place and look after collecting tins in your local shops? Could you put posters up in your library, or give a talk to a local community group (such as the Rotary or WI) or in your workplace? If so, please get in touch and we will give you all the support and materials you need. 

To hold a fundraising Perk up your Liver! coffee morning, click here for all the details.

If you would like to know more about any community activities, email

Love Your Liver Volunteer

The Love Your Liver roadshow is a major part of the Trust’s national awareness campaign. The roadshow tours the country, giving people the opportunity to take our liver health screener.

Volunteers can be a huge help to the British Liver Trust, helping the day run smoothly and offering a friendly face to guide participants through the process.

Typical ways volunteers can help include:

  • Welcoming participants on arrival and explaining what will happen at the roadshow
  • Talking with members of the public about liver health
  • Assisting the British Liver Trust team in managing the flow of people through the event
  • Offering a friendly face and a listening ear
  • Field queries from participants and direct them to the most appropriate member of the team

If you would like to find out more, please email

Office Support

If you can commit to a regular time and day in the office in Bournemouth, we’d love to hear from you. From sending out materials, researching or organising files, there’s always something to do as a volunteer at head office. If you have some time to spare, get in touch today.

Support Groups

If you are or have been affected by liver disease perhaps you could help with a support group, or consider setting one up if there isn’t one in your area. Email us at for more information.

Publications reviewing

All of our health information is reviewed by people with experience of liver disease to make sure it is clear, understandable and relevant to patients. This is an ad hoc role, as and when required on a case by case basis.

If you would like to know more, email