Volunteers are at the heart of all NRAS activity whether that is providing telephone support, contributing patient perspectives for research initiatives, helping to raise awareness of RA and much, much more.

I wanted to help others with RA, to have a feeling of community, to make friends, to get support for myself whilst feeling good about volunteering

NRAS Volunteer

Why volunteer?

Our priority is to ensure we create engaging and rewarding volunteer opportunities which allow you to utilise skills you already have, or learn new ones. You will gain valuable experience in the charity sector and meet new people in a friendly and supportive environment and you can be confident you will really be helping us make a difference. 

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Apply to volunteer for NRAS

Apply to volunteer for NRAS