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Become a Cheer Volunteer

We are looking for loud and enthusiastic volunteers to help cheer on our fantastic running and challenge participants. They take on incredible fundraising challenges in order to improve the lives of those with endometriosis and raise awareness of the condition, and you will help provide the motivation they need on event days. 

You can volunteer by yourself, or with friends, family or colleagues... the more the merrier!

Click here to read our role description!

Register your interest here

Upcoming roles

Edinburgh Festival (26th May)

Asics London 10K (14th July)

Great North Run (8th September)


What will you be doing?

Spotting Endometriosis UK running and challenge participants on the course
Cheer and clap as loud as humanly possible to make participants feel valued.
Take photos of runners and share with Endometriosis UK Staff present on the day
I’d never run a half marathon before, in fact I’d never really ‘run’ before! On the day it wasn’t my aching muscles or blistered feet that brought tears to my eyes but seeing supportive faces cheering me on in the crowd. Knowing every £1 raised was going to make a real difference to those living with endometriosis.’  Endometriosis UK runner

What is required for this role?

Bags of enthusiasm and energy
Being comfortable being in loud and crowded areas.
Committed to Endometriosis UK’s mission. 

What will you get of it?

A fun and wholesome day out with others from the endometriosis community
Meeting new people in the endometriosis community and you’ll also be joined Endometriosis UK staff 
Helping to raise awareness and visibility of endometriosis and Endometriosis UK

How do I apply to become a Cheer volunteer?

Read through the role description and then apply through our cheer registration form. At the moment there aren't any cheer opportunities available. As soon as there are, the form will be accessible.

Register your interest here

We encourage interest and applications from those who identify as LGBTQIA+, identify as apart of Black, Asian or a Minority Ethnic community, experiencing childlessness by choice and not by choice. We want to increase representation of these communities amongst our volunteer and service users.


All reasonable local travel and food expenses will be covered by Endometriosis UK. If you have any further questions, please contact us at