The RMBF has over 250 volunteers around the country. They play a key role in helping the charity meet its strategic objectives to increase awareness of its work to reach more doctors, medical students and their families in times of crisis. They can also offer personal support to our beneficiaries as well as helping to raise funds through community and challenge events.

Our volunteer roles

We always welcome new volunteers. RMBF volunteering is a rewarding way to further your professional development and help support your fellow professionals.  By becoming an RMBF volunteer you can stand out in job applications by demonstrating your care for the medical community and at the same time boost your own wellbeing. Most of our volunteers are current or former doctors and medical students, but we also welcome non-medics who have a connection to the profession.

Find out more about our roles and get in touch:

Aspiring medical student 

RMBF volunteer

RMBF student volunteer

RMBF Guild supporter


Volunteer expression of interest form

If you think volunteering sounds right for you, just fill out the form below. Our Head of Volunteering, Kate Bresler-Jones, will get in touch to discuss how you could help and give you more information.

NB: If you are an aspiring medical student, click here for dedicated information

Please note that all RMBF volunteers must be, and remain, free from any condition or restriction on their GMC Licence to Practice, including the acceptance of any undertaking to that registration body.

Already a volunteer? You can find helpful resources, information and much more in our Volunteer Area.