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23 Apr 2021

Across the UK, we have more than 500 amazing volunteers who are involved in our work in a number of ways. From hosting public information events and running support groups, to raising funds and sharing their experiences, our volunteers are helping the nation to enjoy better bone health and supporting people to live well with osteoporosis.

If you’re interested in joining our wonderful volunteer community, we have some exciting new opportunities to get involved – including our Community Advocate Network or as a Lead Volunteer Advocate.

Both these roles will be vital in helping to promote our work and ensuring that the voices of people living with osteoporosis are at the heart of everything we do.

“These new roles are really good news because volunteers will be able to take on a range of roles across the charity’s activities, contributing their energy and experience at a level of commitment that suits them,” says Nic Vine, who volunteers for the Royal Osteoporosis Society as a Patient Advocate.

Our Chief Executive, Craig Jones, adds: “Building on the great work of our Patient Advocates in the Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy, I’m delighted that we have a number of new volunteer roles open for applications. This is an important opportunity to continue putting the experiences of people living with osteoporosis at the heart of our work and to raise the profile of bone health and osteoporosis. I encourage anyone living with osteoporosis or who has a connection to the condition through family or friends, to consider putting themselves forward for these exciting new roles.”

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