Become a Charity Champion

Are you a staff member at Guy's, St Thomas' or Guy's Cancer? If so, your hospital needs you.

Sign up today to become a Charity Champion! Whether it’s taking part in a fundraising event, spreading the word about one of our fundraising activities or helping the families of patients that want to give something back.

What does being a Charity Champion involve?

Being a Charity Champions fits around your day job, and it’s flexible so you can pick and choose what interests you at a time that works for you.

Opportunities include:

  • Helping us to spread the word about fundraising events and activities
  • Helping patients and families make a donation
  • Helping with the management of the hospital collection tins
  • Volunteering at events
  • Sharing patient stories
  • Speaking or attending fundraising events

It’s the little things that can make a big difference!

Signing up means you will be added to our database of Champions. We will arrange a time to talk you through the scheme. We will also invite you to our Facebook Group and email you monthly about opportunities to get involved.

If you would like to sign up to be a Guy's and St Thomas' Charity Champion, fill in our volunteer form below and under question 3, tick Becoming a Charity Champ for Guy's and St Thomas'.

Become a Charity Champ for Guy's and St Thomas'

Please note...

All fields marked * are mandatory.

In all free-text boxes, please only record what you are happy to share with us. Whatever you choose to share will be recorded for us to use in future fundraising conversations with you and to help us communicate with you in the best way. To see how we process your data please see our data privacy statement.

1. About you

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Please note, you need to be 18 or over to apply for one of these volunteering opportunities. We cannot accept submissions from anyone under 18.

2. Your interest

Tell us about yourself and any experience or skills that you'd like to share with us, e.g. design skills, public speaking, previous volunteering and fundraising experience. *

Do you consider yourself to have a disability? *

Do you have any unspent criminal convictions? *

3. Is there a specific event or scheme you're interested in?

4. Volunteer agreement

As a volunteer you will be:

  • Enthusiastic about supporting fundraising activities
  • Reliable – we ask you to commit to the roles you sign up to, and let us know with as much notice as possible if you are no longer able to help out
  • On time in order for your supervisor to give you a full briefing on your role or activity

As an organisation we will:

  • Reimburse travel expenses on proof of receipt (London zones 1-6) 
  • Provide refreshments, or cover reasonable lunch expenses when you volunteer for over 6 hours 
  • Provide full briefings on all roles you undertake 
  • Ensure you have regular supervision and support
  • Provide references up to 12 months after you volunteer with us (on request)
  • Supply proof of hours (on request)

5. Keeping you posted

Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity will hold your details to personalise your supporter experience and send you the latest volunteer opportunities.

We’d also like to keep you up to date on fundraising and what’s happening at Guy’s, St Thomas’ and Evelina London Children’s Hospital. If you would prefer not hear from us in this capacity then you can stop receiving further communications at any time by emailing For information on how we will use your details please see our privacy statement.

I’m sure you’re aware that Data Protection laws have recently changed so we won’t be able to contact you by email or text unless you provide your consent. Occasionally, we may get in touch to tell you about our vital appeals which support our hospitals, amazing events like our carol concert, or challenge events and community fundraising opportunities.

Are you happy for us to use your contact details to let you know about fundraising, news and events by: 

You can change your preferences at any time by emailing our Supporter Care Team at