Volunteer and make a difference to the neurological tremor community. 

Six reasons to volunteer for the NTF

1. Raise awareness of neurological tremors.
2. Acquire valuable experience and develop a new skillset.
3. Connect with like-minded individuals and forge new friendships.
4. Have and a sense of fulfillment.
5. Raise funds for those affected by tremors.
6. Make a positive impact and create a lasting change.

How you can get involved


Join us as a volunteer and help us fundraise. You could be organising a local coffee morning, collecting money at your local supermarket or at our events cheering on our runners.

We have a range of fundraising opportunities available that align with your skills, interests, and lifestyle.

Rest assured, we provide exceptional training and support to guide you throughout your volunteering journey, ensuring you gain the most from this experience. All you need to bring is your passion and enthusiasm!


About tremors

Find out the signs and symptoms of neurological tremors.

Printed information

Order printed information about neurological tremor

Volunteer policies

View our policies on volunteering and more.

Become a volunteer

Thank you for your support and interest in our work. We are currently building on our pool of volunteers. To register your interest please fill in the form below.

About you

Why you are interested

Additional information

If you are not a British citizen you may need to check your visa, but refugees, asylum seekers and many other people are able to volunteer.
Please be aware that the existence of a criminal record will not automatically disqualify you from the application process. We are committed to fair and inclusive recruitment practices and are open to discussing any concerns or providing additional information in confidence." Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, you are not required to disclose 'spent' convictions.

Diversity information

Do you want to learn more about becoming a volunteer?

If you would like to find out more about becoming a volunteer then contact or call 01708 386399 

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