Volunteer

Little Miracles Coordinators

Role involves being regional Coordinator and liaise with the neonatal units within your region. All Coordinators must be an ex preemie parent. During the year you will be in charge of a small regional group of Little Miracle Ambassadors who will help organise fundraising events and spread awareness of prematurity.

You will run your own regional Facebook page and any money fund-raised can be used to pay for goods for your local units or go into the central fund. All accounts need to be kept and our UK accountant to be able to monitor (this is to comply with charity commission guidelines). You can also have the option of being an admin on our main UK social media support pages and our online forum via website.

Full training will be given both in person and via online tutorials.

Most importantly you need to be passionate about prematurity, be ready to support other parents and be an advocate for Little Miracles and the work we do.

In return for your dedication in volunteering you will be part of an incredible team who support each other in every aspect of life, be part of our secret coordinator group where all coordinators share ideas, concerns etc, be entered into our Coordinator category at our yearly awards and have your travel and hotel expenses paid for yourself and partner or guest.

You also get to belong to an amazing prematurity network who in 2017 are going to make an incredible difference to parents of preemies.

This role can work around you and you can spend as little or as much time supporting our charity as you have.

Little Miracles Parent Ambassadors

The role of parent ambassador is to help support not only the regional coordinators in your area but Little Miracles UK as a whole. You will be our voice on social media supporting other parents on forums and helping to fund-raise as and when you can.

You will also be heavily involved in our campaigns spreading the awareness message.

To be an ambassador you must be a parent of a sick or premature baby and have a few hours spare time each week.

You have the option of being a moderator on our social media pages and will have full access to an ambassador group where you can talk with other ambassadors and share ideas, stories etc.

In return for your dedication you will be part of an incredible team and meet great new friends. You will be entered into our ambassador category at our yearly awards and your ticket cost will be covered.

You also get to belong to an amazing prematurity network who in 2017 are going to make an incredible difference to parents of preemies.

This role can work around you and you can spend as little or as much time supporting our charity as you have.

Little Miracle Bloggers

This role can be done to work around your busy schedule and you can post as little or as often as you like.

You must be the parent of a premature or sick baby. All bloggers will post via the Little Miracles blog unless otherwise requesting permission from the charity board.

Bloggers are also more than welcome to write blogs for their own social media and other platforms and talk about our campaigns etc.

By being part of the team you will be nominated in the category of bloggers in our yearly award ceremony and your ticket price covered.

You also get to belong to an amazing prematurity network who in 2017 are going to make an incredible difference to parents of preemies.

Little Miracle Social Media Support

This role is for anyone who has spare time to make quotes for Pinterest, Instagram etc and make parent quotes to be used on social media.

This role is also for anyone who is good with graphics and can make posters/flyers etc for local fundraising events.

You will be entered into our social media support category at our yearly awards and your ticket cost will be covered.

You also get to belong to an amazing prematurity network who in 2017 are going to make an incredible difference to parents of preemies.

This role can work around you and you can spend as little or as much time supporting our charity as you have.

Little Miracles Professional Panel

This role is for healthcare professionals who work within the neonatal network. We have lots of media interviews, Q and A sessions and a professional panel in a new premature baby magazine to be filled.

We will also require advice for new studies and reports and in 2017 are looking for healthcare professionals to accompany us on trips to neonatal units in
Nigeria and Malawi to report on World Prematurity.

If interested please contact marsha@littlemiracles.org.uk

This is a great opportunity to work directly with parents and children who are still affected by the prematurity journey years after their neonatal journey.

Little Miracles Mini Ambassadors

This role is the most important and stands for VIP (Very Important Preemies).

Mini ambassadors will be cheerleaders for prematurity and wear their campaign rosette with pride. They will ensure school or nursery know they are an
ambassador and raise awareness of prematurity amongst their family.

They will be rewarded with medals, certificates and trophies throughout their role as all good deeds need rewarding. They will have pride of place in the VIP section on our website along with their picture and story.

All mini ambassadors must be a premature or sick baby or the sibling of one as they go through this journey too.

All children will be placed in the mini ambassador category of our yearly awards and although too young to attend the evening mum and dad will be able to collect the winners and runners up awards on their children’s behalf.