Do you or a family member have a spinal cord injury? Then maybe you’d like to become a Back Up Ambassador and raise funds and awareness of our vital work.
Our Ambassadors are people whose lives have been affected by spinal cord injury, either directly or through someone they know. They come from all across the UK, can be of any age group and come from all walks of life. The one thing that really unites them is their pride and commitment in representing Back Up and raising funds for the charity.
What do Back Up Ambassadors do?
Our team of Ambassadors use their experience to raise awareness of spinal cord injury and challenge perceptions of disability. There are lots of activities you could get involved in as a Back Up Ambassador including:
- Speaking at a Back Up fundraising event
- Speaking at your workplace
- Talking to schools about your experience
- Hosting a fundraising event
- Talking to groups in your community (Rotary Clubs, churches, schools, gardening clubs and women’s groups) about our work and telling them how they can help
- Looking for local opportunities to raise awareness and funds for Back Up
“Northcote’s involvement with Back Up has really changed the boys’ preconceptions of what people with spinal cord injuries can do.”
Sarah Robertson, Northcote Lodge School