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Helpline volunteer

Applications are now closed.

What do our Helpline volunteers do?

Charity helpline volunteerHelpline volunteers offer reliable information, friendly support and useful signposting to those affected by cervical cancer and cell changes (abnormalities), and those with questions about cervical screening, and HPV.

Being a helpliner allows you to make a real difference to those in need of information and support. The interpersonal skills you will develop will also be valuable to you in all areas of your life, and we will also continue to develop you throughout the year.

Going through cervical cancer or cell changes (abnormalities) can be very isolating and sometimes it's just good to hear a friendly voice. Could you be that voice?

Applications are now closed.

Key Facts

  • Helpliners work from their home, so it doesn’t matter where you live; we welcome volunteers from across the UK
  • Volunteers need to be able to commit to six hours a month (2 x 3 hour shifts per month) and a minimum of one year commitment
  • Volunteers must be able to listen with empathy, and help empower our callers
  • Helpliners must have a personal, or professional experience of cervical cancer, or cell changes (abnormal cells)
  • We provide you with all the necessary training, and support you throughout your role

If we feel that volunteering on our helpline is not right for you, we'll let you know and talk to you about other volunteer roles that you may be more suited to. If you have any questions about the role, please contact the support services team at [email protected].


If volunteering on our Helpline is not right for you, we have other volunteering roles available. 

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Our helpline is funded by generous donations, grants and gifts in wills, thank you to our kind supporters who keep us running day to day.