Fundraising volunteer roles

As a fundraising volunteer, you will be part of a community that raises awareness and vital funds for our life-changing services. We have flexible roles to suit your availability and interests. You can volunteer on your own or join your local fundraising group and get together with a group of lovely locals and share Guide Dogs’ amazing work with your community. Host a pub quiz, reach out to schools or buddy up with businesses.

We have around 400 fundraising groups that represent Guide Dogs in their local communities across the country. From Inverness to Jersey, each group is unique in what they do. Activities include; organising events, hosting coffee mornings, taking part in collections, supporting schools and businesses to fundraise and lots more. All with the support of their local Community Fundraising Team.

What does a Guide Dogs Fundraising Group look like?

There are a number of roles that make up a Guide Dogs Fundraising Group. Find out more about specific fundraising volunteer roles in the descriptions below, or you can search for all of our current roles in a fundraising group near you by using our postcode search.

And don't forget to take a look at our frequently asked questions!

If you want to chat about any of the roles, please get in touch with the volunteering office on 0345 1430191 or email volunteer@guidedogs.org.uk

Join a fundraising group with one of our fundraising volunteer roles and help raise vital funds for our life-changing services.

Explore all our fundraising volunteer roles

Empower people to share our stories and raise awareness of Guide Dogs, while raising vital funds at the same time.   

Become the finance expert for your local fundraising group, by providing invaluable support for managing their finances.

Become an ambassador for Guide Dogs in your local area, through raising awareness with a group of like-minded people. 

Help the Group Coordinators with empowering people to share our stories and raise awareness of Guide Dogs, while raising vital funds at the same time.

Become the person who spreads cheer by supporting your local fundraising group in sharing tokens of appreciations and successes. 

Become a local ambassador for Guide Dogs by distributing collection boxes in your local community, helping us raise all-important funds for our services. 

Provide your local fundraising group with the creative flair to display merchandise to increase sales. 

Find a fundraising volunteer role near you today

 
Sue (on the right, wearing a grey top) is at a Guide Dogs event

Find out more about what it's like to be part of a fundraising group: hear from Sue

Sue talks about her volunteering journey, starting as a Puppy Raiser and now a Fundraising Group Coordinator for Guide Dogs. She explains the role and what she gets out of it:

“I enjoy volunteering as I like to talk to people at our events and relate the Guide Dogs story, I love seeing all the puppies grow and move on to advanced training. I like getting everyone involved in events, love getting prepared for events, whether that’s collecting cuddly toys or organising prizes for the tombola or raffles. 

My experience as a volunteer has been brilliant. I’ve made a whole new group of friends - we all say it’s our Guide Dogs family."


Frequently asked questions about our fundraising volunteer roles

A Guide Dog's volunteer holds out a branded collection box in front of her

More ways to fundraise for us

For general ideas on how you can fundraise for us as an individual, school or workplace, take a look at our fundraising pages.