The main role of a Community Champion is to help raise
support in their community for TWAM. This will mean
organising events (or finding people to organise them)
such as coffee mornings, quiz nights, open gardens and
all sorts of creative ways to fundraise.
It means keeping an eye on what is going on in the
community and perhaps finding people to enter
sponsored events such as fun runs, 10Ks, walks for
It will include working with our other volunteers to
arrange events such as TWAM evenings with coffee and
cake or a buffet.
Community Fundraisers need to be people with big ideas
and the energetic enthusiasm to see them through.
You will work within your local community,
Church, or community group to promote TWAM
and help raise the funds we need to keep the
You will organise events of all kinds or find
others to do them for you, from music nights to
traditional coffee mornings.
You’ll get pull-up banners, leaflets, resources
and loads of support from everyone at TWAM
from the Volunteering Coordinator and the
Fundraising and Communications Officer to your
local TWAM Tool Ambassadors and Community
Overall, you’ll be telling everyone how great
TWAM is are and why we need their support.
Passionate, energetic people who can organise things
and get things done, and people who can identify
others and mobilise them to organise events. We really
need people who can work as a team and really get
stuck into the very exciting role.
This is a home based role, so you can
live anywhere in England and Wales.
It’s up to you and depends on what
opportunities you can find or make,
but we’d love you to be really busy!
We always need people to collect tools and refurbish
them, but without the funds to run our vans and keep
our Refurbishment Centres operating, nothing would
happen. Shipping to Africa costs a lot of money and
again, we need the funds to do it. This is why the
Community Champion is so important, and this is the
difference you will make, because nothing happens
without the people willing to ask for the funds to run the