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Would you like to volunteer and make a real difference to people’s lives? Together we can tackle the issue of cyberbullying and online abuse around the world. You can find some fantastic ways to help in our Fundraising and Supporters Pack or alternatively scroll down for a few pointers to get you started!


We’re always looking for people to help raise awareness of Cybersmile. Perhaps you could distribute our leaflets and flyers or dream up a fresh new way to get our message out there?


Whatever service you choose to donate, you will make a real difference to peoples lives. We always need help in areas ranging from tech based support right through to stationary! Please email info@cybersmile.org and someone will be in touch.


We are always very keen to hear from professional and student counsellors/therapists who are interested in the problem of cyberbullying and digital abuse. We offer an exciting working environment with amazing career prospects. All you need to do is email info@cybersmile.org and someone will get right back to you.


Could you spare a few hours per week to answer emails and online messages from victims of cyberbullying and online abuse? You can work as much/little as you choose from wherever you are in the world and full training is given! Please send your details, including full name, date of birth, address and phone number to volunteer@cybersmile.org. (Volunteers must be aged 16 or over and Police checks will be carried out.)


Promote us on social media and become part of the solution! We have a presence on most platforms and rely on people to let others know we exist – the more people that know where to come for help the more lives we save…simple! Additionally, if you have any great ways of helping that we haven’t thought of – we’d love to hear from you. Email us at volunteer@cybersmile.org and get involved in something special.


If you have a Twitter account then maybe you could support Cybersmile by becoming a CYBERSMILER? All you need to do is follow @CybersmileHQ and tweet #IMACYBERSMILER tagging us in to the tweet. By doing this you are letting everybody know that you are available to help anybody who is suffering bullying online and has nobody to turn to. There are cybersmilers from all around the world helping people 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Remember, if you need help online you just need to search #IMACYBERSMILER on Twitter and make contact with any of the volunteers available from around the world or alternatively visit our Total Access Support Service or Cyberbullying Help Centre.


Making a difference is not all about money, its about people; people who care. If you would like to support us but are not in a position to do so financially, here are some additional ways you can be part of the solution to cyberbullying and online abuse.


Talk to your friends and family, or your colleagues at work about our charity and give them a link to our site (our cyberbullying educational materials are very popular, and they’re free!). Talk to your boss or human resources department about their corporate social responsibility policy (CSR) and point them to our most recent corporate partnership program. Remember, cyberbullying could be affecting people close to you who may need us.


If you use social media, blogs, forums or even have an email account, you can help. Why not post a message about us with a link to our site or one of our videos? You may be helping someone who needs help or inspiring someone to help us. There are some fantastic digital badges you can display to show your support for our movement of positive change.


We have lots of different resources you can use for free in our Downloadable Resources section. You could print out some of our posters or leaflets and distribute them locally or point your nearest school or college to our website.


Your stories, advice and experience could help others to understand more about cyberbullying and inspire them to get involved. All you need to do is write the post as short or long as you like and email it to info@cybersmile.org adding ‘Blog Post’ to the subject line. You can view other peoples contributions to our blog to give you some ideas.



Has Cybersmile helped you or somebody you know? Maybe you think that something we have done is really fantastic? If you feel strongly about our work and would like to help us continue to help others then consider writing a testimonial for our website. Testimonials can give victims of abuse online the confidence to reach out to us for the help they need. Please explore our testimonials from victims of cyberbullying and online abuse we’ve helped all around the world for inspiration!

All you need to do is write approximately 100-200 words about the work we do and email it, along with your name, county/state/area and a photo to info@cybersmile.org.