Have you heard of micro-volunteering?

We've launched micro-volunteering activities that you can take part in from the comfort of your home.

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Today is International Microvolunteering Day #Microday and we’re celebrating by launching micro-volunteering activities that you can take part in from the comfort of your own home. 

What is micro-volunteering?

It’s short, specific activities that are quick to start and complete, and will make a big difference to our work as we inform, support and connect people affected by lymphoma.

There’s no commitment and no sign-up process, which means you can take part at any time and at your own convenience. Activities usually take up to a maximum of around 30 minutes.

Whether it’s helping us spread the word about lymphoma, reviewing our information or getting creative, take a look at the ways you can get involved.
 

 
We love the idea that people can make a difference in a matter of minutes through our new micro-volunteering opportunity. Whether someone chooses to take part in one or a few short and specific activities, the time they give all adds up to helping us raise awareness of lymphoma and our services that support many people affected.
Carly, Volunteering Development Manager

15 April 2020