Become a Community Ambassador

Ambulance Wish Western Australia needs help both to raise awareness of its cause and to raise funds. Our Community Ambassadors play a vital role in representing the Charity at local events and functions, seeking out or organising fundraising opportunities and speaking about our aims and objectives along with the importance of the funds our supporters raise. 

Community Ambassadors should be willing to research their local area and network with the connections that they make. Community Ambassadors also help to raise awareness of the importance of fulfilling terminally ill patients’ final wishes. This is a really important role as it helps us to reach new people, inspire and create new fundraising activities and thank our supporters for the work they are doing. 

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AMBASSADORS CAN HELP BY . . .

Introducing Ambulance Wish WA to people in their networks, organising catch ups with friends or associates who they believe would be interested in supporting us. 

Hosting fundraising events – anything from trivia nights and gala dinners to football competitions or coffee mornings.

Taking on individual tasks or challenges – running fun runs, triathlons or embarking on treks, obstacle courses or skydives.

Engaging the staff and customers of their business by donating percentages of sales or offering optional donations on top of transactions. 

Role description

Attending invited events, for example community and social group meetings, school assemblies, and local businesses to give presentations or talk about the work of Ambulance Wish Western Australia and the difference we are making, to inspire people to support us through fundraising or volunteer for the charity, or to thank supporters for the fundraising they have completed. 

  • Representing the charity in a professional manner; 
  • Making conversation with members of the public as appropriate, and answering questions about the charity; 
  • Promoting planned fundraising initiatives and activities; 
  • Seeking out or organising fundraising opportunities.
The role can take many forms depending on your time, connections and confidence. Some Community Ambassadors may prefer to make meetings on a one-to-one basis whereas others may prefer to host a talk in front of small, medium or large groups while others can concentrate on organising fundraising activities. This is a flexible role to suit your availability, and as such there is no minimum time commitment. 
 

What skills, experience and qualities do you need?

 

  • A passion for the work of Ambulance Wish Western Australia; 
  • A good knowledge of your local area, including businesses and community groups; 
  • Personable, enthusiastic and approachable; 
  • Great initiative; 
  • An honest and trustworthy nature; 
  • An ability to communicate confidently with individuals and groups.  

The benefits to you

  • Experience working with a professional altruistic charity;
  • Meet new people.
  • References for future employers;
  • Develop your skills;
  • A sense of satisfaction and pride for helping to make a valuable difference;

What you can expect from Ambulance Wish WA

  • An induction session to introduce you to the charity, recognise your skills and identify any ongoing support you may need from us in order to fulfil the role;
  • Invitations to Ambulance Wish Western Australia events;
  • Your own fundraising page (optional);
  • A designated point of contact for support and guidance, when needed;
  • Volunteer newsletter.

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Volunteer Role Description

Volunteer Agreement
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Community Ambassador Expression of Interest Form