Volunteer with usDo you have time to spare? We need your help, from data input, stuffing envelopes to support at events. Why not organise your own fundraising and awareness raising event. It’s a fun way to meet new people in your area and help support our work.

To register as a volunteer contact our team on 020 7653 8935 or email us.

In the office

We are always looking for help with admin at our head office in London. If you have time to spare and are a whizz with data inputting or stuffing envelopes then there is a desk with your name on it!

Fundraising events

Our supporters organise fundraising events across the UK, throughout the year and include golf days and sponsored walks. They are great fun to attend and we are often looking for extra team member support on the day with leaflet distribution, raffle ticket sales and taking care of guests to name a few jobs.

There are also opportunities to help at our at community fundraising events organised by volunteers who could do with an extra pair of hands to help ensure that their event is as successful as possible!

Cheerers needed!London Marathon cheer point cheerers with sign 2015

We’re involved in many running, cycling and duathlon events throughout the year and we have cheering points positioned along the course of each one where possible. These are designed to support and encourage our fantastic participants who have spent many months training and fundraising for the day.

We need volunteers to join the Spinal Research Cheering Team. Come and join us as we make lots of noise, cheering and encouraging those taking part (and all the other participants too!) to keep going, and generally making the atmosphere fantastic for everyone. Simple as that! We will also provide you with refreshments to keep you energised and a branded t-shirt so that you really feel part of the team!

To find out which events we’re involved with and the dates they are held please visit our Running and Cycling pages.

Share your story with the media

If you would like to share your story with the media and talk about your experiences of living with a spinal cord injury, we’d love to hear from you.

We need people of all ages, from across the UK, who are interested in giving interviews for newspapers, magazines, TV and radio.

We will not pass on your details to the media without your permission and will always discuss opportunities with you as they arise so that you feel comfortable sharing your story.Girl in wheelchair