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GUTs volunteer application form

GUTs logoThank you very much for your interest in becoming a volunteer for Coeliac UK GUTs (Gluten free Under Thirties) Group as a member of the GUTs Committee.

We are now recruiting for GUTs volunteers! If you are aged 18-30, have experience of coeliac disease and are passionate about sharing your experiences to help improve young member’s lives, then we want to hear from you. By becoming a GUTs volunteer, you can become part of an enthusiastic and supportive team, help make a difference to young adults living gluten free nationally, meet new people, gain new skills, and be involved in something really worthwhile and rewarding. Time commitment is mainly 1-2 hours per a week but at certain times of the year that can increase.

This year GUTs will be overseeing the creation and content Moving On Pack which is aimed at 18-30 year olds who are leaving home for the first time. This is an exciting project, which the current GUTs committee are working on and we are aiming to be launched in time for A Level results in August.

Volunteer opportunities

The roles available are (please click on the roles to see the full role descriptions):

- GUTs Administrator

- GUTs Communications Officer 

- GUTs Content Editor 

- GUTs Social Media Officer

To apply

  1. Read through the role descriptions and choose one that suits you best. Make sure you are happy with the role expectations and GUTs Volunteer Agreement. If you have any questions, please contact Gary at
  2. We want to know a bit more about you, so please complete the short application form as below before 9 am on Monday 23 April.
  3. Once completed, Gary our Volunteers' Coordinator, will get in contact with you to confirm we have received your application and will then arrange to call you for an informal telephone interview.
  4. If successful, you will be provided with a GUTs Volunteer Handbook and invited to a training and development day to meet with Coeliac UK staff and fellow GUTs volunteers.
Contact details

Are you a current member of Coeliac UK?
What is your current employment status?
Emergency contact information

If you become a volunteer with us, it’s important we know who to contact in case you are injured or become ill while volunteering.

Volunteer role information
What GUTs volunteer role are you applying for?
What is your availability to attend future GUTs meetings or events? (tick all that apply)

For some volunteering roles we ask that you provide details of a referee. They shouldn’t be related to you and should be someone who has known you in a professional capacity for at least two years, e.g. a tutor or colleague, where possible. They will only be contacted if you are offered the role.

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
Do you have any unspent convictions?

Please note that a conviction does not necessarily exclude you from volunteering with the Charity


I understand that any offer of volunteering with Coeliac UK may be subject to satisfactory references, and binding in honour only.

I understand that this voluntary work may be of a confidential nature and I undertake not to breach this confidentiality.

In accordance with the 1998 Data Protection Act, I agree that Coeliac UK may hold and use personal information about me for volunteering reasons and to keep in touch with me. This information, including that contained in this form can be stored on both manual and computer files. It will be held securely and only accessed by authorised personnel. 

I have read the above and agree with the declaration

Please click the box to indicate you are a human rather than an automated system completing this form.

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