Become a WaterAid Speaker
What does a WaterAid Speaker do?
Our Speakers give inspiring talks about WaterAid and our goal: to get clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene to everyone, everywhere within a generation.
WaterAid Speakers come from all walks of life. They commit to delivering at least four talks a year, acting as ambassadors within their community and engaging the public about what we do.
If you’re confident, have a cheerful disposition and a basic understanding of our work, this could be the role for you!
Tom is a prominent Rotary Club member and long-time WaterAid supporter, and has been a Speaker for WaterAid for more than 16 years. He was inspired to support us by his wife, Primrose.
"Primrose was working for Thames Water and was an active WaterAid Speaker. I was so impressed with the work of WaterAid, I felt that I would like to become a volunteer Speaker also. In the year 2000, I gave my first talk jointly with Primrose."
"Since then I have given over 300 talks to Rotary clubs, schools, faith groups, scouts and the Women's Institute, and get a great deal of satisfaction from doing so."
Elizabeth is also a long-time supporter of WaterAid and member of the Speaker Network.
Become a speaker
To apply to become a Speaker, please register your interest.
We’ll get in touch with an application form, and then to arrange a phone interview, when we can tell you more about the role and find out why you’re inspired to volunteer with us.
Please note that the Speaker Network operates across the UK and volunteers must be based in the UK.
If you have any questions about becoming a volunteer Speaker, or would like to hear a bit more about what it involves, contact Nadia and the Speaker Network team. They'll be happy to help!
Telephone: 020 7793 4594