Our volunteers contribute to our work in a variety of roles, none of which receive any form of remuneration.
Call taking – providing telephone advice and assistance outside of our office hours (10am-2pm Monday to Friday ) and at weekends.
Family liaison – forming a working relationship with affected families.
Social Media/IT – for persons with a particular skillset or qualifications, providing assistance in the day to day operation of our website and Facebook page.
Board membership – our Board of Directors/Trustees are elected at our Annual General Meeting. We would like to hear from persons with relevant experience of Charity Board membership, particularly at National level.
The National Missing Persons Helpline holds training events to prepare our volunteers to work with families and friends of the missing. Such volunteers are assigned to families in instances where this has been a requested support. If there are other ways in which you would like to support our work, please see our ‘Donate’ page for ideas.