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Become A Volunteer

WSH BME Kidney Network / Become A Volunteer

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Are you a friendly and enthusiastic person who likes to help people who need support?

Have you ever considered supporting people who are living with kidney disease?

The we’re looking for people with a positive attitude, good communication skills and an interest in helping others. Get in touch!


We are looking for people with a positive attitude, good communication skills and an interest in helping others. The role of the volunteer is to assist and support kidney and transplant patients, but also to play an important part in their day-to-day lives.

As a volunteer at WSH BME Network you will be given a lot of responsibility but also the opportunity to make friends and get involved with the life of our service users. You’ll be helping families or individuals who need support. You will get to know them, and they will get to know you.

Also, you will work with service users, their families and carers whilst they are dealing with their kidney problems. For you both, it will be an empathy-building experience – you will feel like you are contributing to society and the African-Caribbean community.

Not only that, but we will involve you in the running of our blood and organ donation campaigns.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with us, please fill out the registration form below. The process is simple and free, and no medical or medical-related experience is necessary.


The best part about being a WSH BME Network volunteer is that you get to help other people and your time is put to good use. For Black people, kidney disease is often a silent killer. So we need your support to help them live better lives – we’re always looking for new volunteers.

To become a volunteer, you need to have the following requirements:

  1. You must be over 21 years old and able to commit at least three hours per week for at least three months.
  2.  You must have a valid passport or other international travel documents.
  3. You must be able to read and write in English, although not essential as training will be provided. (The language of instruction is English.)
  4. You should also have some knowledge about kidney diseases because you will be working with kidney and transplant patients, their families and their carers.

Your application will be assessed by the board and you will be given a chance to present your skills and knowledge during our chat with you.

Write to Us

If you have any questions about WSH BME Network, please fill out the form below. On behalf of the entire team, we’d love to hear from you!

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