The people of the UK and the RoI depend on the RNLI, and the RNLI depends on its network of more than 31,500 volunteers.
On lifeboats, at lifeboat stations, on beaches and as community fundraisers, in RNLI shops, education presenters in schools, at events, sea safety officers in coastal communities, museums and across our offices without volunteers we wouldn’t be able to save lives at sea.
What could you do for the RNLI?
From crewing the lifeboats to raising vital funds or awareness, or using your professional skills in our offices there are a wide variety of volunteer roles available.
We also run a successful Internship programme which is open to both Graduates and those with work experience.
If a regular volunteer commitment is too much then occasional volunteering may be for you – just an hour or two will make a difference.