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Just as the Games Makers became a defining feature of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, our growing family of volunteers embody the spirit and energy of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Volunteering is very varied. It can be individual, or group based, it can be personal or business volunteering. We aim to encourage meaningful, inclusive volunteering opportunities no matter what type as we recognise the value it brings.
We refer to our volunteers as Park Champions in recognition of the key role they play in shaping the Park.
Last year, Park Champions volunteered for more than 17,000 hours. Whether on our exciting and diverse events programme, helping look after the Park's gardens and landscapes, or supporting our visitors on the Mobility Service, all Park Champions are a vital part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park team.
Our Park Champions programme offers a range of diverse, meaningful and exciting opportunities where volunteers can improve skills, confidence, wellbeing and earning potential as well as give something back to the community.
Our Park Champions cover the following roles:
- Conservation and Gardening
- Customer and Mobility Service
- Tour guides
Please note – all programmes may vary and all opportunities are subject to change.
To register for any of these roles please complete the registration form, ticking which roles you are interested in. Following this you will be contacted and given further information.
If you have any questions or need assistance or alternative formats to complete the registration form please contact us via [email protected]
You may also be interested in other local volunteer opportunities with our partners: