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Volunteer for BOSP

Our volunteers are amazing and we simply could not be without them! We are always looking for enthusiastic people to help with our work here at BOSP.

Fundraising Volunteer

Being a fundraising volunteer is fun and rewarding so why not join our team?  We could always do with extra support to raise vital funds for equipment and services.

We run regular fundraising events across the year in Billericay, Basildon or Brentwood. Whether it's helping us to prepare for Charity Balls and lunches, running a tombola stall, collecting raffle prizes, cheering on runners at sponsored events or taking part in street collections, it is such a great help to us.

Or you may prefer to run your own annual events with friends, colleagues and family, from coffee afternoons to Come Dine with Me dinners, setting yourself challenges and targets throughout the year.

If you are interested in supporting us and making new friends, whilst having fun, then please call The BOSP Office on 01268 553117 or email for more information. 

Volunteer Support Worker

Are you kind, caring and patient and interested in enhancing the lives of disabled children and young people with disabilities? 

Can you commit to providing regular hours of support? 

If the answer is 'yes' please call The BOSP Office on 01268 553117 or email for more information. 

Share your story

We're always looking for people to share their story about their experience of disability and BOSP. Whether you have personal experience of disability yourself or through a family member or friend, we use personal stories in the media, on our website, on social media and in our publications. Share your story with us by emailing


BOSP's Board of Trustees is a group of volunteers who take overall responsibility and act collectively to govern the charity. They are responsible for ensuring the mission and long-term aims of the charity are met. Trustees have the ultimate legal responsibility for directing the affairs of a charity, and ensuring that it is well-run, and meeting the needs for which it was set up.

We are looking for additional Trustees to join our Board, so please do contact us for more information.


BOSP is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.  BOSP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all employees to share this commitment.