Individual volunteers are vital to our work because of the changes in our funding and the increase in the demand for our services, means that volunteers are an invaluable to the work of NAZ.

Individuals can be involved in a variety of projects or activities such as: sexual health promotion, counselling, peer to peer support, as well as becoming active role models within their communities. Some of our volunteers are clients or ex-clients who want to ‘give something back’ to their communities; some are entirely new to NAZ when they volunteer.

Volunteer opportunities:

  • Office support -- fundraising, marketing, research
  • Become part of the outreach team -- volunteer tester
  • Volunteer counsellor placements
  • Professionals who wish to give their time – HR, legal, marketing and communications

In return, we offer:

  • Travel and lunch expenses
  • Opportunities to meet new people
  • Training for your role
  • Supervision from our experienced staff
  • Opportunity to gain new skills
  • References

Our roles are constantly changing, and many have flexible hours.

If you are thinking of joining our team of incredible volunteers, contact us on: 020 8741 1879; [email protected]


Sean is an American student who interned with NAZ in summer 2018. During his time here, Sean assisted in redesigning the website, created digital infogrpahics, collated sexual health data, and performed office work. Sean studies at the University of Dayton in the U.S. where he double majors in political science and journalism. He was placed to intern at NAZ through CAPA: The Global Education Network.

“NAZ is an incredibly friendly workplace that is greatly appreciative of volunteers and interns. They strive to make sure you learn something while also enabling you to make a positive impact.”


Who can volunteer

  • Our volunteers must be at least 18;
  • If you are from outside the EU / EEA, you must ensure your immigration status allows you to volunteer;
  • We ask all volunteers to disclose criminal convictions on our application form, though a criminal conviction may not stop you from volunteering – we will consider all applications on a case-by-case basis; and
  • Depending on your role, you may be asked to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously called CRB checks).

If you have any questions, please do call. We’d love to hear from you.