three Girls' Brigade volunteers sat on wall laughing


Volunteering with Girls' Brigade is a great way to use your skills and enrich lives and communities.

Whether you want to make the tea or have a skill you can share, GB Ministries needs you.

Volunteers leaders and team leaders are always needed to support the work of our local community groups working with children and young people. 

Other volunteering opportunities

  • Volunteer at our events.
  • Be part of a working group or project.
  • Become a trustee.

GB Team Leader Sam Cree and friend

Hear from our leaders

Sam Cree, pictured right, is a GB Team Leader at both 1st Windy Nook and 1st Ryton GB groups. She’s also a children, youth and family worker in a Methodist church. She talks about how much being a volunteer has given to her life.

Read Sam's story
women sat at tables listening to Girls' Brigade speaker

Training provided

All volunteer leaders are trained by GB, using an equipping resource called n:fluence 18+.

Topics are chosen by the local church where the group is based, but include:

  • Safeguarding
  • Mission
  • Child development, and
  • Teamwork.
Find out more about leadership training opportunities
Girls' Brigade leader hugging n:spire girl

Become a GB leader

Leaders support the team leader in the planning and delivery of weekly group, and any additional, activities.

They should be over 18 years old and in sympathy with the Christian ethos of the organisation.

All our leaders will need an enhanced disclosure DBS check for working with children.

For those who take on a team leader role, extra training is required. It’s recommended that leaders attend further relevant training at least once every 5 years.

Set up a group
Vikki Loveday

Volunteer today

If you’d like to find out more about volunteering opportunities, please contact our Volunteers Manager Vikki Loveday or call 01246 582322.

Email Vikki

Learn more

n:vestigate girl climbing tree


Every penny you donate will help fund our life-transforming work – sharing the difference having a faith makes, teaching life-skills, and building confidence and resilience.