We are looking for public speakers to raise awareness of the issues affecting children in the UK and around the world. You can really help to bring about change by telling others about our work and inspiring new people to support us.
You can make this happen by organising and giving talks in your local community. Sometimes these will be specific requests, like a club asking for a talk about an emergency appeal or a school wanting a talk on life in a refugee camp. But you will also be making the contacts locally to offer talks to groups – both children and adults. The role can fit in around your other commitments. We would like you to aim for about one talk a month. If you are over 18, can really communicate enthusiasm and can commit to at least 6 months, this could be the role for you. For more information on Save the Children, please visit www.savethechildren.org.uk