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Above: Calligraphy created by artist Wahid Taraky, which inspired our 2019 t-shirt design. Translation: Peace (Persian)

All of the roles on this page are designed for people who aren't current students or recent school leavers - if you are, we'd really encourage you to join our student campus teams or central team! Our central team is proudly student-led, but we want to create opportunities for anyone who shares SolidariTee's vision to be able to join us in making change, and we recognise the need to support the charity with professional functions and industry expertise. Scroll down to read more about the available roles. 

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SolidariTee is currently seeking volunteer support from people who are experienced in specific aspects of charity management, in particular:

  • Fundraising & Grant Writing

  • Charity Communications

  • Web design

  • Graphic Design

  • Accountancy/Bookkeeping 

If you feel that you might be able to support us in this area, please drop an email and we can set up a time to discuss further.

SolidariTee currently has an established board of trustees, containing previous student volunteers, and people experienced in NGO management, humanitarian response, fundraising, and legal aid, including trustees who have lived and family experience of displacement. 

We are not looking to add more trustees to the board at this time, with the exception of a chair of the board if there were to be an interest applicant with substantial UK charity governance experience. If this is you, we'd love to hear from you! Please send a copy of your CV and reasons for applying to


Board of Trustees

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Other Volunteering

If you'd like to get involved and support SolidariTee's work but aren't quite sure where you fit in to the above, please do drop us a line with your interests, and any specific experience, and we'll work with you to come up with ways to get involved that suit you!

Access to Volunteering

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religions, and nationalities. We are an actively anti-racist organisation, and we recognise that racism, islamophobia, anti-semitism, homophobia, transphobia, and misogyny play a big role in the oppression that refugees and other forcibly displaced people face. We are committed to tackling these injustices both within the student body and within the affected population that our partner NGOs support. 


We would like to acknowledge a few specific considerations around inclusivity, specifically relating to financial privilege, disability, lived experience of forced displacement, and access to higher education, but if you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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