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Register as a Volunteer for the ‘Make a Move!’ Event

Saturday 3 September 2022

Together… through treatment and beyond

The ‘Make a Move!’ Event is an event hosted by Bristol Children’s Hospital and funded by The Grand Appeal. It is for all cancer and benign haematology patients aged 16 years or under on the day of the event.

Volunteers must be working within the paediatric cancer or benign haematology service within the South West. Please note: volunteers must be 18 years and over and staff only.

If you wish to help at the event, you will need to complete the online volunteer registration form. This needs to be done prior to the event.

Register as a volunteer

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This event runs from 10:00 to 16:00, with doors opening to families at 09:30 am. Therefore we will require volunteers from 08:30 to 17:00.
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We will use your data in order to process your application and send you more information relating to your volunteering activity. We would also like to keep you up to date about the work of The Grand Appeal and future Make a Move Events and other ways you can get involved. Please tell us how you are happy to hear from us:

You can update your preferences at any time by calling us on 0117 927 3888 or emailing hello@grandappeal.org.uk. We will not sell or swap your details with other charities or third parties. We will keep your details safe and will only use them in accordance with our privacy policy, Privacy Policy

If you have any particular access requirements or health conditions (e.g. medication or allergies etc) that we should be aware of, please state here:
As a volunteer you are NOT protected by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You are requested, therefore, to disclose information about all convictions (if any) in a Court of Law no matter when they occurred. In the event of recruitment, failure to disclose all previous convictions could result in termination. All information will be treated in confidence and will only be considered when absolutely necessary. Please disclose any relevant information below:

In the course of providing your volunteering services, you may have access to confidential information relating to Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation/UHBW, including but not limited to information about our staff, beneficiaries and trustees. We expect you not to use or disclose this information to any person either during your volunteering experience with us or at any time afterwards. For the purposes of this paragraph, confidential information means any information or matter which is not in the public domain and which relates to us.

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