Ambassador for The Children's Society

Created: 24th April 2024 at 17:27


Volunteer Opportunties


Could you be the next Ambassador for The Children’s Society in the Diocese of Worcester?

Job description:

Could you be the next Ambassador for The Children’s Society in the Diocese of Worcester?


The Children’s Society have a fantastic volunteer role known as a Diocesan Ambassador. This is an individual who supports the charity with its link to The Church of England, identifies new opportunities and helps to support existing supporters. 


Do you have excellent networking and engagement skills, coupled with a knowledge of The Church of England and how diocese and parishes work? If you are able to work collaboratively with senior diocesan staff, clergy and volunteers, then you could make an excellent Diocesan Ambassador.


The role is an integral part of our work in the community. Our current Diocesan Ambassadors do a wide range of activities, ranging from organising and running Christingles in their communities, talking to local clergy and supporting our house box networks. This role is truly flexible and one, you really can make your own.


Diocesan Ambassador for the Diocese of Exeter, Ann, has told us “I’ve met some lovely people as Diocesan Ambassador, all trying to work together to make the world a better place for children and young people. Clergy, Church workers, other charity workers, MPs, Councillors - to name a few.  I have travelled to different areas of the Diocese meeting people and promoting the charity and I’ve always received wonderful support from The Children’s Society’s Community Relationships Manager for the region.  If you love meeting people and want to work with a charity who really cares, please do apply for this role”.


Claire McMinn, Community Relationship Manager – West Midlands said“Our Diocesan Ambassadors are an extremely important part of our community volunteers. They are the connectors in their communities, passionate about the work The Children’s Society does and committed to improving the lives of Children and Young People across the UK.


If you think you’ll be able to inspire church leaders and key faith figures across cathedrals, churches and education teams, then please get in touch to chat more about this role."


A full Diocesan Ambassadors pack is available below, and Claire would be happy to chat about the role in more detail via telephone or video conference. 


Claire can be contacted on 07756 269 616 or by email on

Application forms and details from:

Claire McMinn, Community Relationship Manager

Contact phone number:

07756 269 616

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