As a largely volunteer-run organisation, ASN counts on dedicated people to get the job done! ASN volunteers come in many forms – fundraisers, hosts near the clinics we work with, trustees, and people who volunteer for one specific project.

Vacancies are listed below and an application form can be found at the bottom of this page.


Web developer wanted!

As an online charity, our website is where it’s at for many of our clients and supporters, As this is a mission critical role, we seek a second web developer to work with our existing volunteer to help manage our site and troubleshoot technical issues, and to help us extend our current website capabilities through development. If you love the back end of a website, please apply! Closing date: 10 December 2018

Web developer role description


Tech support volunteer wanted! 

ASN is a virtual organisation and we’re dependent on our website, email and our Office 365 setup to help us fund as many abortions as possible. Our long-standing tech Support Analyst needs back-up to make sure we’re always covered. If you have a solid knowledge of Office 365 and SharePoint, and ideally some knowledge of VOIP systems, we’d love to hear from you. Closing date: 10 December 2018.

Support Analyst role description

How to apply for volunteer roles

To apply for any role with Abortion Support Network (with the exception of trustee roles) please download and complete a copy of our ASN-Volunteer-Application-Form. This should be returned to [email protected] before the closing date stipulated above.

If you have any questions about a role, please email [email protected].


Speculative applications

Got a great idea, or a brilliant skill, and want to work with us but don’t see a current vacancy that’s right for you? Please email [email protected] with an idea of what you’d be interested in doing for us, a bit of background about you, and any other information you think we should know.



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