Host Organisation: RESULTS UK

RESULTS campaigners take action locally to fight global poverty – using their voices to change the world. Through your local group in Macclesfield, join a network of campaigners who are passionate advocates for international development issues.

Type of Activity: Campaigning / Lobbying
Location: From Home - Remote Volunteering, Cheshire East, Macclesfield
Days and Times for the Opportunity: Anytime

What will I be doing?
-Join the RESULTS Cheshire group and meet likeminded individuals campaigning to bring an end to poverty.
-Support our campaigns on global health, education and economic opportunities. Monthly action materials are sent out to everyone in the network and local groups decide how best to act and engage with the campaign.
-Take action with us, from publishing articles in the media to meeting with your MP.
-Hear from experts on international development each month on our RESULTS conference calls.
-Develop your campaigning and advocacy skills at conferences and training sessions.
-Organise events within the local community, be an ambassador for RESULTS in your area and help us to grow our network.

What skills will I develop for my CV?

What's next?
Please take a look at our website: and the RESULTS Cheshire Facebook page

If you're interested in getting involved, apply here or send an email to .
Once you let us know you're interested, we'll be in touch within the next 7 days with more information on joining your local group.

Volunteer Commitment: Long Term
Is a DBS check required for this role?: No
Skills and Qualifications Required:

What do I need?

All backgrounds and levels of campaigns experience are welcome. You don’t need specific skills to get involved, just enthusiasm and passion!

Are there any Gender or Age Restrictions?: No
Do you have disabled access to the areas a volunteer would be sited?: Yes
Do you pay expenses?: No
If yes, for what and at what rate?:
What support is available for the volunteer?:

Volunteers will receive support from their local in Cheshire from how to write a letter to your MP, to how best to campaign on certain issues. There is also support from the national network available, as well as from the RESULTS UK team. Our groups, spread right across the UK, meet monthly to learn about the issues we care about and take action. Every month we share materials that introduce the campaigns we are working on, why they matter and what exactly you can do to make a difference – whether it’s writing letters or emails to MPs and ministers, or organising a local event in your community. Volunteers always have a point of contact for support and this is a very sociable volunteer opportunity.

What training is available for the volunteer?:

Volunteers can attend monthly RESULTS UK conference calls to hear from experts on the issues we are campaigning about and also attend a national conference. RESULTS UK volunteers also have the opportunity to attend workshops and training sessions run by campaign coalitions and other organisations. Local groups and the national network can support volunteers in learning new skills and experiences.