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There are many ways you can get involved with our work, give back and learn new skills along the way. You can help raise awareness of the issues we are campaigning about, help out in one of our projects in your community within the UK or volunteer to help in one of our teams at our office in London.

Community work

We run a number of different projects within communities across the UK & Ireland. You could be assisting with our prison work, helping families on one of our Away From It All holidays, or helping with other community-based projects.

Volunteer at Mary Sumner House

Our teams at Mary Sumner House often require some help with various administrative tasks. Within our fundraising team you can help out with our popular campaigns. Within our programmes team you can help compile articles from reports about our work internationally. Or if you like working with numbers and researching data you could help research facts and figures to feed into a campaign we are running within our policy team. Or you can assist the sales team to ensure that customer orders are despatched quickly, especially during the Easter and Christmas period.

Contact us for current opportunities

Event volunteers

We are regularly on the lookout for volunteers who are wanting to help with fundraising events and campaigns. Please see the events pages for details of upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

We could not do our work without our volunteers.

Be part of a worldwide movement 4 million strong

Mothers’ Union is a global Christian movement working with people of all faiths and none to develop communities, strengthen families and advocate for change. Why not put your faith into action by joining us as we work together for a better world?

Interested? Find out more! 


As a Member or Friend you can:

Strengthen communities all over the world
Help the most disadvantaged at home
Shape how we advocate for the rights of families
Build supportive, loving relationships
Develop your own relationship with God


“I’m a Mothers' Union member because it’s a grassroots organisation with a global vision”