Want to change lives with your skills? Join our team of volunteers.
There are more than 8 million people in the UK living with lung disease. We’re working to make sure all of them have access to the support they need. That’s a huge number of people affected, and we can’t do it alone.
Whether you have an hour, a day or a whole month to give, your time will have a real impact on the lives of the people we support.
It's all worth it
This year, over 2,500 people gave their time to help us continue to improve the lives of people affected by lung conditions, like Kim from Breathe Easy Eastbourne.
"Living with lung disease can be isolating, frightening and lonely, so even though co-ordinating the group is time consuming, it’s all worth it when the members come together and can talk to other people who understand what it’s like to live with a lung condition," she says.
You could volunteer...
In our offices
Volunteer at our offices in London, Liverpool, Glasgow and Cardiff. You could join our research, fundraising, events or campaigning teams, get involved with our Helpline, or lend your support to our finance and admin teams to keep everything running smoothly.
With our Breathe Easy support groups
Over 200 groups across the UK offer support to people affected by lung disease. Every one of them is run by volunteers like you. Find out more about Breathe Easy.
By joining our campaigns
Our campaigns ask governments to make positive changes for better lung health. Join our campaigns so everyone can breathe clean air and receive good quality care and support.
Breathe Easy support group volunteers
Location: Across the UK
Could you help organise your local Breathe Easy group? Breathe Easy support groups are for people with lung conditions and their family, friends and carers. We need people to volunteer and help with small tasks for groups across the UK.
Questions? Read our volunteering FAQ to find out if volunteering is for you.
Volunteering at the BLF is really rewarding
Aaron says making a difference to people's lives is the best thing he's ever done.