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Join Jo's Voices

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Are you looking for flexible, rewarding way to get involved with the charity? Jo’s Voices could be the role for you!

‘I was lucky to get support and now I wish to give back to be able to help spread the support and understanding I received.’

Why are Jo's Voices important?

Our Jo’s Voices are a dedicated group of people who use their lived experience of cervical screening, cell changes (abnormal cells) and cervical cancer to shape our projects. Whether they are commenting on our health information, support services or campaigns, Jo’s Voices make sure everything we do is as relevant and engaging as possible. 

What would I do?

As a member of Jo's Voices, we offer you the opportunity to:

  • Have your say on our health information, support services and other projects via online surveys. 
  • Represent the views of those affected by cell changes and cervical cancer, as well as those of cervical screening and HPV vaccine age, to help improve our work and support others.
  • Become part of the Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust volunteer family. 

Sounds good? Read the full Jo's Voices volunteer role description.

How we support you 

As a member of Jo’s Voices, you have access to a dedicated page on our site with details of all the projects that you can get involved in. We also offer quarterly feedback, explaining how your comments have influenced our decisions. 

You will also have the opportunity to complete an annual short survey to reflect on what you’ve done and to let us know if there are any ways we can improve your volunteering experience.

If needed, we will also provide a reference about your time in the role. 

Questions? Read our FAQs about Jo's Voices.

‘I really love being able to be involved in helping with the development of the site, it is easy to dedicate as much time as you like depending on how busy you are.’

I want to sign up to Jo's Voices!

If you'd like to join Jo's Voices, simply follow the link below, fill out the form and we will be in touch.

Apply to join Jo's Voices >

Date last updated: 
10 May 2019