Can you inspire others to support WaterAid while delivering vital water and sanitation services at the world’s greatest music festival? Are you a happy camper come rain or shine?

If so, we'd love you to apply to be a WaterAid volunteer at this year's Glastonbury Festival!

We have a range of roles available, from giving out free tap water at one of our Water Kiosks or working at one of our revolutionary ShePees, to keeping the famous Glastonbury long-drop toilets clean and tidy.

Want to know more?

Then download our handy volunteer application process flowchart and our volunteer information pack.

Volunteer application process >
Volunteer information pack >

Ready to apply?

Please complete one of the application forms below.

If you have volunteered with WaterAid at Glastonbury in 2015 or 2016 please complete the returning volunteer form.

If you have not volunteered with WaterAid at Glastonbury before or haven't volunteered with us since before 2015 please complete the new volunteer form.

Applications are open until 5pm on Friday 24 February – good luck!

Returning volunteers New volunteers

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Volunteers at a WaterAid Glastonbury water kiosk

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Elida at the water kiosk she runs in Madagascar

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Jane Healy (centre) stands with 30-year-old Babita (right) and members of her family outside her home in Madhya Pradesh, India.

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