Cheer Squad volunteer | Cambridge Half Marathon |Sun 3 March 2024|
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SummaryCheer on our incredible supporters as they raise vital funds for dementia research.
Our fantastic supporters are taking on the Cambridge Half Marathon- a 13.1 mile race. Runners will pass famous historical landmarks and run through iconic University of Cambridge Colleges.
Alzheimer’s Research UK are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join our awesome Cheer Squad on Sunday 3rd March supporting our runners along the route to create an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.
- What: Cheering, clapping, photography and enthusiasm!
- Where: Cambridge City Centre
- When: Sunday 3rd March 2024 , 09:30-14:00
Alzheimer's Research UK will reimburse reasonable out of pocket expenses such as travel, within agreed guidelines.
We’ll provide you with all the materials you might want on the day including tambourines, whistles, accessories and fantastic t-shirt!
Being a Cheer Squad volunteer is a great opportunity to:
- Volunteer alongside your friends and family at a fantastic event.
- Give back to your local community.
- Meet new people, who may have similar experiences to you.
- Gain experience of charity events management.
- Contribute volunteering hours to your course or studies.
- Build confidence by volunteering in a team with dozens of other volunteers.
- Support a cause that is relevant to you - one in two people know someone affected by dementia.
- Become part of the Alzheimer’s Research UK volunteering community, with other opportunities available to you.
Encourage your friends and family to come too!
By donating your time you are part of our mission to find a cure for dementia. We will not stop until our world is free from dementia
What we will provide to volunteers💸 Reimbursement of costs
About Alzheimer's Research UK
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