Speaker/ Ambassador

  • VO32004


*Do you suffer from asthma?
*Do you know someone who has asthma?
*Three people die everyday as a result of asthma and many more are hospitalised because of an asthma attack.
*Would you help change this?
Would you help make a difference in the lives of people living with asthma and allergies?
You can help by giving out a few hours in a month to be one of our ambassadors. This is a great opportunity to help and make a difference through:

-You will represent Asthma and Allergy Foundation through regular speaking engagements.
-Help promote the work of Asthma and Allergy Foundation by educating people about our work and encouraging them to get involved.
-To pass on details of those who wish to receive further information or support our work to the head of community relations
-To seek out speaking opportunities within an agreed area
-To be both an inspirer and motivator

This role will give you the opportunity of meeting new people, learn new skills and work as part of a dedicated team; also the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping people in need.

For further details please contact:
Martina Chukwuma-Ezike
Email: Martina.Ezike@aaf-un.org or info@aaf-un.org / Tel: 01224 973001/
Web: www.aaf-un.org

Organisation aims and objectives

Asthma and Allergy Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and health for people living with asthma and allergy. This organization aims to increase public awareness of the severity of asthma and other allergies by providing practical health information, community based services and support to people.


Experience required: Good communication skills, Self-motivator and Inspirer, computer literate and access to telephone.
Travel details: Opportunities available in Aberdeen City or across the UK
Minimum age: 16


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: We pay any relevant public transport rates and reimburse volunteers twice a month.
Taster available: Yes
Training details: We will give you full induction and training on all aspects of this role; all appropriate materials to support your role will be supplied by us; a dedicated member of staff will be available to give you continuous support, advice and guidance.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
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Last updated 10 days ago

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