Volunteer Vacancies

Cricket Without Boundaries doesn't just need volunteers for international project delivery, we're always looking for volunteers to help us deliver our projects year-round and keep the charity moving forward.

Our volunteering roles are project based, and all work on 6-12 month cycles, with clear objectives to achieve by the end of that period.

There's a role for everyone at Cricket Without Boundaries! Projects include areas such as: building our social media presence, developing funding proposals, cricket development support, and small research projects.

If you're interested in a project contact Head of Delivery Lee Booth at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name and why you are interested in the role, and Lee will arrange to speak with you to discuss in detail.


Full DescriptionDE003 - Let’s Be Women Program

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Jan 2019

Suggested hours/week - 2

In 2016 CWB developed the Let’s Be Women Program, designed to help build confidence and self-esteem amongst young females, using cricket.

We are looking for volunteers in the UK to support and the establish the delivery of the program in these new areas areas, as well as continuing to support the existing program of work in Lancashire and Durham.

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Full DescriptionF001 - Let’s Be Women Program Funding

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Jan 2019

Suggested hours/week - 1.5

Since 2016 CWB has delivered the Let’s be Women (LBW) project in the UK. We’ve worked with partners to develop a scheme that coaches girls in disadvantaged communities in Durham and Lancashire. Anecdotally, the projects have produced good outcomes therefore we would like to explore how we fund the projects to roll out to other counties.

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F002 - Fundraising Events

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Jan 2019

Suggested hours/week - 1.5

As CWB has continued to grow and to diversify its delivery, we have an increased demand for fundraising. The majority of our fundraising comes through the volunteers who come on the projects but we would like to diversify this fundraising to allow us to reach more people.

Can you help us arrange events that will help us reach more people through cricket?

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ME001 - Case Study: UK girls’ empowerment

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Mar 2019

Suggested hours/week - 1

Since 2016 Cricket Without Boundaries has partnered with the Lancashire County Cricket Club Foundation, the Durham Country Cricket Club Foundation and the Girls Friendly Society to deliver coach education and support for a girls’ empowerment programme, called “Let’s Be Women” (LBW).

After the training, coaches and community leaders led delivery of 6-week blocks in schools and youth groups. We are looking to put together a case study of this delivery.

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ME002 - Case Study: FE/HE Delivered Projects

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Mar 2019

Suggested hours/week - 1.5

Cricket Without Boundaries have for the last 2 years delivered projects in Rwanda in partnership Leeds Trinity University, and in 2018 facilitated its first project for college students (aged 16-18) to Uganda. These projects run like conventional volunteer projects, delivering schools coaching and incorporating HIV-education messages.

We want to understand the impact of these project on these young volunteers, as well as identify what the best parts of these project are and how they could be improved.

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V001 - University Project Coordination

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Aug 2020

Suggested hours/week - 1.5

Cricket Without Boundaries have trialed working with HE and FE groups to form project trips. Expanding the number of these groups will enable more projects to be delivered alongside corresponding fundraising and awareness raising for CWB.

Appropriate FE/HE contacts need to be made in order to promote CWB and ensure that messages get to the right people. In addition a HE/FE project pack needs to be created so that it is easy to share and be coordinated from within these institutions.

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V002 - Social Media Recruitment

Duration - 1st Oct 2018 - 31st Mar 2019

Suggested hours/week - 1.5

Twice a year, Cricket Without Boundaries sends volunteer teams to Africa for 2-week projects delivering cricket with HIV or FGM education messages. These projects are integral for sparking a passion for sport for good in the communities we work with. Since 2005 our volunteers have coached nearly 200,000 children.

Can you help us use social media to increase our volunteering reach and convert that into people going on to projects?

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