Volunteer for Brooke
Brooke raises an incredible amount of money to ease the suffering of the 1.6 million working equines who we reach in 10 of the world’s poorest countries.
Some of our wonderful volunteers help us at events in their local area or volunteer their time in other ways such as organising their own events - coffee mornings, fetes, gala dinners and some help to fundraise in other ways, such as knitting donkeys for Brooke (please e-mail us at [email protected] if you would like a copy of the knitting pattern!). We also have an amazing number of groups in different geographical locations across the UK. Would you like to join our fundraising family?
Would you like to help working horses, donkeys and mules?
We're looking for enthusiastic Brooke supporters, equestrians and animal lovers to either help us out occasionally, or to be more involved and join our local community-based fundraising teams. Our fundraising groups and teams are made up of volunteers who go out - come rain or shine - to raise awareness and raise funds for us. Whether you can spare a few hours a week, one day a week or one day a month, we value your contribution, and if you choose to join a local volunteer group, your local Brooke community team will be grateful for your help and support at their events, collections and many other fundraising activities.
Our volunteer roles allow us to share our passion in spreading awareness and raising funds to help the million of equines working in unbearable conditions, particularly in the poorest of communities overseas.
Meet Like-minded People
If you choose to help Brooke to fundraise in your local area, or alternatively join a group, being part of the Brooke community is a great way to meet like-minded people, have fun and do your bit to help the working animals who need it most. Together we can make a difference to hard working equines, and you will receive all the support you need from Brooke.
Get inspired by these stories from our wonderful fundraisers:
Fundraising individuals and groups
Whether you choose to join one of our fundraising groups around the UK or do your own thing, there are a host of fundraising activities you can get involved in, such as…
- Help at a Brooke stand at events
- Organise or help at a bucket collection
- Hold a gala dinner
- Organise an Open Gardens event
- Hold a tack and tog sale
- Have a table at a car boot sale
- Hold a coffee morning
- Have a Brooke presence at Equestrian events
- Become a Brooke speaker
- Plus many more
It’s really rewarding to see our local teams enjoying fundraising events and helping us raise the funds to make a real difference to Brooke's work. Please see our fundraising guide for further ideas.
It’s such a honour to work with so many passionate fundraisers and volunteers who are always looking for new and innovative ways to support Brooke.
Want to join us?
To find out more, please contact us at [email protected] or 0207 470 9393 and the Senior Regional Fundraising Officer in your local area will get in touch. You'll be warmly welcomed into Brooke's local community fundraising family!
If we're not already active in your area, why not start a new group of in your local community? Anyone can start a group; you don't need experience. All we ask is that you're enthusiastic and passionate about our work and can volunteer some of your time.
Our volunteers are amazing! Thank you so much for giving up your time to help Brooke, and together we can make a real difference to the lives of hardworking horses, donkeys and mules.
Become A Volunteer Speaker
Volunteer speakers are the voice of Brooke throughout the UK. They help raise vital awareness by giving talks about how we work to organisations, groups and schools. Talks can range from small groups of 5-10, to larger events and event cheque presentations from fundraisers – which are always lots of fun.
Could you give a talk on behalf of Brooke and educate your community about our work?
We need even more people to help raise our profile across the UK, and tell as many people as possible about the amazing work our teams overseas do to help improve the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules.
Once you’ve registered your interest to become a Volunteer Speaker your local Community Fundraising Officer will be in touch to discuss the role in more detail with you and guide and support you all the way.