We’re dedicated to expanding our volunteer program to create more opportunities for individuals like you to get involved and make a difference.

Whether it’s a skill you’re eager to share, a volunteering idea you’re passionate about, or a suggestions to enhance our mission, we want to hear from you! Your input and creativity can help us shape a better future for people living with Pelvic Radiation Disease (PRD).

You will need to be based in the UK and have access to a computer or a laptop and have basic IT skills. You will receive induction, training and ongoing support for all volunteer roles.

Quote from our volunteer, Dafydd. Saying: I have experience and knowledge of Pelvic Radiation Disease (PRD) and feel that I can help fellow patients to feel less anxious about what they are going through. If there is anything that I can do to help other people, then I would like to do it. I know that as a PRDA Volunteer I can help people in so many different ways; doing so also aids my own mental recovery.

There are lots of opportunities to contribute

If you are interested in any of our volunteering opportunities, please click any of the buttons to apply and select the roles you are interested in.

Patient Advisory Group 

The Patient Advisory Group plays a crucial role in ensuring that the charity remains people-centred, responsive, and effective in fulfilling its mission to support individuals affected by PRD. Meeting online, the panel is made up of people that are living with PRD or care for someone with PRD.link to apply


Chat Together Group Facilitators 

We’re looking for volunteers to help us run more of our online Chat Together groups. This role involves co-hosting Chat Together groups monthly over Zoom, with a small group of others, in a friendly and supportive environment.link to apply


Volunteer Speakers

We are always looking for volunteers who are passionate about raising awareness of the impact PRD by sharing their experience with PRD. This can take the form of sharing your experience with patient groups, or health professionals. You don’t need to have any experience of public speaking but it is important that you feel comfortable sharing your experience. We understand this can be a difficult process and are here to support you along the way.

If you find travel difficult, this could also include speaking via a live link to applyvideo link as part of a conference or webinar as a pre-recording that can be shared on our website or at events.


Exhibition stand volunteer

Represent the PRDA at events for both health professional education, and patient awareness. Volunteers would engage with visitors, hand out materials, answer question, set up, maintain, and dismantle the stand.link to apply


Online Community Volunteer

We’re looking for volunteers to help on our Online Community, helping facilitate a safe and respectful environment where individuals feel included and supported. Encouraging open discussion and signposting to relevant information and resources where available.  It is important that people feel empowered to share their experiences, seek advice, and offer mutual support within the community.link to apply


Social Media Volunteer

Social media is a brilliant tool for engaging with a wide audience, including people living with PRD, healthcare professionals and the general public. We are looking for a social media volunteer who is familiar with a variety of social media platforms to help engage our audience, signpost people to support services, resources, and general interaction with people who respond to our content.link to apply


Quote from our volunteer, Lauren, saying: Through volunteering with PRDA I hope to make more of a direct contribution to those who need support.

Modified: 12th June 2024