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Sign up here to play your part at Trailwalker 2019

Each year, throughout Trailwalker weekend approximately 100 Oxfam volunteers support Oxfam, The Gurkha Welfare Trust and The Queens Gurkha Signals.

Volunteering at Trailwalker is a completely unique experience: it's a lot of fun, a great way to meet new people or to spend time with your friends and family. Trailwalker is a huge physical and mental challenge for those daring enough to take it on. Our fantastic team of volunteers make all the difference when the walkers are starting to feel like they can't go on.

Volunteer's roles include supporting the logistics of the start area in advance of participants arriving on Friday, hosting registration tents, answering queries, stewarding at checkpoints and most importantly cheering walkers in when they reach each checkpoint.

Please note, you will need to be in the country to be able to volunteer at Trailwalker weekend and we cannot assist with visa applications.

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If you have disclosed unspent criminal convictions, we may contact you by phone to discuss your application. If you do not tick the box to agree to us holding this information and would still like to volunteer, please call the Oxfam Events Team on 0300 200 1244.
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When you volunteer for Oxfam you are helping to support the organisation's work to overcome poverty and suffering all over the world. Volunteering at an event is different from volunteering in a high-street Oxfam shop or holding a community fundraiser, and can be demanding in unexpected ways. When you apply to volunteer you agree to the terms outlined in our Terms of Reference (92KB, PDF); make sure you read this document so that you understand what to expect and what's expected of you.

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Together we are working towards a world in which people can live with dignity, have their basic needs met and their basic rights respected, and have the ability to control their own lives.

As we work to achieve our ambition and vision of 'a just world without poverty' we should always remain true to Oxfam's core mission, aims and values. The Code of Conduct will help you live by them by providing guidance in the face of ethical dilemmas you may experience. It also seeks to ensure that employees avoid using possible unequal power relationships for their own benefit. Code of Conduct policy for non-Oxfam staff (158KB, PDF)

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You must be 18 years or over by the event date to volunteer at this event.
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