Volunteers are at the core of what we do and without them we would not be able to offer the range of services and support that we do. Whether you are raising awareness, fundraising, talking to the media, supporting people affected by pre/postnatal mental illness in your community or leading other volunteers, we believe that by working together we can make a difference.
Being a PANDAS volunteer gives me the chance to help others who are experiencing the same things I did and learn from them at the same. It is an incredibly rewarding role and im proud to be part of such a wonderful charity.
Carole, Online Support Volunteer
You may also have your own reasons for volunteering and we would love to know what they are. If we know why you want to get involved it helps us make sure that we find the right role for you. That is just as important and helps us provide you with a meaningful and worthwhile volunteering experience.
To apply for our roles please visit our Jobs page here
Please note: In order to volunteer for PANDAS, you will be required to complete full safeguarding training, and to clear a DBS check (formerly known as a CRB).
For information on what a DBS entails, please visit GOV.UK. For any other ques