CARE International are looking for volunteers for our 1 day annual event #March4Women, celebrating International Women’s Day on 8th March. This year there is a focus on gender and the climate crisis.

This is a 2 part event:

1. Indoor Rally
The event will be held at Royal Festival Hall and will be an energising rally with live music, speeches and panel sessions. We will need volunteers to help our CARE team set up, show guests to their seats and other vital jobs to ensure the event runs smoothly. Please note, you may not get the opportunity to attend the outdoor march if you choose to volunteer in the indoor rally.
Start Time: 08:15AM, Southbank Centre
Finish Time:  14:00

2. Outdoor March
The march will follow the rally, starting at Whitehall Place, walking down Whitehall, past Downing Street and finishing in Parliament Square with a finale show of speeches and live music. We will need volunteers to help steward the march.
Start Time: 12:00
Finish Time:  15:30

No previous event experience required, however if you do have previous experience, please outline in your email. An interest in international development, gender or climate change is desirable, but not essential.

Upload your CV/resume or any other relevant file. Max. file size: 64 MB.

About CARE International UK

CARE International works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. We put women and girls in the centre because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

CARE currently works in 100 countries, helping millions of the world’s poorest people find routes out of poverty.

We are there to provide life-saving assistance when disaster strikes, and to help people rebuild their lives afterwards.

And we are there to work alongside poor people and communities on long-term programmes to deliver lasting change.

Our programmes and our policy work tackle the underlying causes of poverty so that people can become self-sufficient. We place special focus on empowering women and girls because, equipped with the proper resources, women have the power to lift whole families and communities out of poverty.