Volunteering Opportunities


Our Tour Guides share their enthusiasm for history and bring the stories of Fort Amherst to life, helping our visitors explore over 300 years of history!

We are looking for someone who has experience of performing arts who could help to plan, organize and stage creative events.

Our volunteer speakers give talks and presentations on behalf of Diabetes UK to groups in their local communities to raise awareness of diabetes and the work of the charity. 

Digital Champions are volunteers trained to support learners with essential digital skills and build their confidence to use technology safely.

Volunteers to help at the vaccination centres.

The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust relies on Volunteers – people like you – to welcome visitors, run the retail area, the Café and help in many other ways throughout the year.

Pre-entrance id and health check, pre-exit check, flow management, general help.

From time to time we need people to help us out at events either organised by us, or which we are attending.

This is a much needed role to provide practical help at home for cancer patients and those with other long term health conditions at a difficult time in their lives.

Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust is seeking people to help in the vaccination centers.

Motor Neurone Disease Association East Kent Group is looking for Association Visitor volunteers.

Your time is a valuable commodity and can be used in so many ways. Just a few hours a week can make a big difference and helps our funds stretch so much further.

Fort Amherst requires a lot of TLC and our fantastic General Maintenance Volunteers play a key role in maintaining this historic site and preserving it for the future!

Our events volunteers help raise awareness of diabetes and Diabetes UK at events in the South East.

The Churches Conservation Trust: St Peter’s Church, Sandwich is seeking a Visitor Welcome Volunteer.

Enter & View volunteers undertake the very important task of visiting services to talk to patients and social care users about their experience of that service.

This role is to represent Healthwatch Kent at meetings, groups or events and to produce a short summary of the relevant points or issues which arise.