2023 marks the 39th year of the Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June), and the theme this year is ‘Celebrate and Inspire’.


All the staff at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust and the National Stalking Services are joining this year's Volunteers’ Week to say thank you for all the contributions of the volunteers that support the vital work we provide. From those who volunteer within the National Stalking Helpline, London Stalking Support Service and Advocacy Services, helping support thousands of victims of stalking, to those assisting the policy team with research around campaigns, and those who support the commercial team with administration and reporting; each volunteer provides an essential input into the work of the Trust, and enables us to continue supporting more people through our services.

“I have volunteered at several organisations, and the National Stalking Helpline really stands out for both the help I received during each session and also making me feel valued as a team member. I would recommend it to anyone looking for experience in the charity sector or within a helping role.”

Quote from a volunteer within the National Stalking Helpline.


From all of us at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, National Stalking Helpline, London Stalking Support Service and Advocacy Services , we want to say a big thank you to all of our volunteers, and to all others for supporting other charities and voluntary organisations around the UK.

If you are interested in volunteering for the Trust, check here for any available roles

You can find more information about Volunteers' Week here