Volunteering has been central to Noah’s Ark ever since our inception 15 years ago. We are always keen to recruit a diverse pool of volunteers – not only in family-facing roles, but in functions including fundraising, marketing, admin and more.

Whatever your role, you are playing a crucial part in supporting the services we provide for children and their families. It’s a hugely rewarding experience, and one which will enable you to greatly develop your knowledge and skills.

To get started, please take a look at the volunteering roles currently available and complete the application form. If you have any questions, please contact us at:

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How our volunteers get involved:

  • Family Activities
  • Home Support
  • Specialist Play
  • Specialist Care
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing
  • Design
  • Family Link Support
  • Kitchen
  • Gardening
  • Reception
  • Office Admin
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“It is always a pleasure to volunteer for Noah’s Ark! I love how much you all care about us.”



Please check out our current available positions.



What are the benefits of volunteering?
  • You’ll be supporting children who are seriously unwell and their families – with some roles having direct interaction with those we support.
  • You’ll develop your knowledge and skills.
  • It’s good for your mind and your body; there is a large body of evidence  showing that volunteering has a positive impact on your health.
  • You’ll experience fun and fulfilment; volunteering can be a great way to explore new interests, feel valued and be part of a team whilst making a vital contribution to our cause.
What sort of time commitment is involved?
  • This depends on the role you are applying for. The time commitment will always be listed on the role description.
  • To provide consistency to the families we support, our family-facing roles require a minimum of a 12-month commitment.
What is the process for becoming a volunteer?
  1. Attend an information session to learn more about the roles on offer.
  2. Complete the application form.
  3. Come to an interview.
  4. Undergo training.
  5. Induction and on the job training.