Volunteering

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Our volunteers are vital to the work we do. They allow us to provide a wider service, reach more people and make more people aware of high blood pressure – helping to save lives.

See what our volunteers have to say


Would you like to help in the fight against the leading cause of heart attacks and strokes in the UK?


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Current volunteering opportunities

We currently require a 'medical advisor' volunteer. Please see the role description below for more details. To apply, please fill in the application form and email it to: info@bloodpressureuk.org


There are many other ways you can help

From telling your story in the media or helping to run an event, there are many ways that you help us tackle the nation’s blood pressure.

To find out more about the opportunities, please click on the links below:


Do you have a special skill?

If you have a skill or hobby that you think could help Blood Pressure UK, we’d love to hear from you.

Please contact us by sending an email to: info@bloodpressureuk.org




"The staff make you feel like one of the family. I learned a lot – the experience I gained helped me to get the job I have today." Ramzan

More on Ramzan's voluntary work

"The skills I gained are transferable and a useful way of helping me stand out from other applicants in future employment applications." Cassandra

More on Cassandra's voluntary work
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