Volunteer for RAD at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Posted on the 17th February 2022

Sir Jackie at Goodwood Festival of Speed, taken by Gary Harman.

Goodwood Festival of Speed takes place on 23rd to 26th June and RAD are thrilled to be the nominated charity for 2022.

We need your help! Can you give some time to help bucket collect at various locations across the site, work the helmet store and talk to people about the work that RAD is doing?

We are looking for volunteers who can work a minimum of two hours on any day at the festival. In return you’ll receive a day pass for the event for the day that you are working. Priority will be given to those who can work multiple shifts in a day and those who can cover multiple days. We will be working through applications in date order.

Spaces are limited but we’d love to have you on board.

This is a fantastic opportunity for RAD not only to fundraise but also to highlight the crisis of dementia and the work we are doing to find a prevention or cure.

Fill out the application form before 1st April and please do note the small print which gives further information on volunteering and the process. We hope to be able to get in touch with people to start confirming places by end of March and if we can’t provide you with your first preference we will endeavour to work with you to find an alternative.

Any questions? Please email volunteers@raceagainstdementia.com.

Thank you so much for your support! Working faster and smarter, together we can beat dementia.

Click here or by using the link below to complete the form.

Volunteer at Goodwood Festival of Speed for RAD

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