Before completing the application please read this role description which sets out the expectations for both parties.
We want to send you the most relevant information so might ask you for personal data, for example about your diabetes or ethnicity. We promise to store it securely and keep it confidential.
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
Please note that a conviction will not necessarily exclude you from volunteering with Diabetes UK, but will be taken into account when assessing your suitability. Some volunteer roles will require you to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Experience, learning and skills
Please tell us a bit about yourself. Why do you want to become a Diabetes Community Champion?
Equal opportunities monitoring
The information in this section is used only for the purposes of ensuring the effectiveness of our Equal Opportunities Policy, which is available on request.
It is not the intention of either party that the volunteering has the purpose or effect of creating a legally binding contract or an employment relationship between parties.
If successful in your application you agree to receive further updates and communications from Diabetes UK in relation to your work as a Community Champion and the Community Champions Network.
Protecting Your Personal DataOccasionally we may need to share personal data with our suppliers to process your orders and requests or to provide other services to us. We promise:
We only want to send you relevant information and requests to support us. To do this we may analyse the information you provide and gather extra data. You can find out more about how we use your information at www.diabetes.org.uk/privacy.
You can change how you hear from us or ask us to stop communicating with you at any time: