You can make a difference. Join our Volunteering Scheme.

FAD is always looking for skilled professionals who are willing to donate their time and expertise to inspiring young people. Whether you are an individual or a company, we have plenty of opportunities for you to get involved

Industry

You can give a real insight into the working world of fashion, by talking about your own experiences during a masterclass or inviting young people to visit your workplace.

Mentoring

Use your experience to help a young person achieve their goals, providing 1-2-1 support, encouragement and advice.

Internships

We can match your company with talented graduates looking to gain valuable industry experience.

Teaching

As an experienced teacher, you could be involved in delivering workshops and lessons to young people who really want to learn.

Creative Skills

If you know your way around a sewing machine, pattern block or heat press? Can you do hair or make up?  Share your skills become a hands-on volunteer in our workshops or at our shoots.

Sponsorship and Fundraising

Fad is always on the look out for industry sponsors willing to support us in delivering projects. If you are a consultant with fundraising experience we’d love to hear from you.

Digital

You can help us document and promote our projects by donating your time and sharing your filming, photography and editing skills.

Modelling

If you’re a model agency or have experience as a model we have plenty of opportunities to get involved from the catwalk at London Fashion Week to our next studio shoot.

If you’d like to join our Volunteering Scheme please get in touch and let us know where your interests and skills lie.

info@fad.org.uk

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