We are always in need of help and support.
Tell your story
One way you can get involved is to contribute to our member
stories. It's a chance for you to help others by providing
information about your birthmark or the journey you have been
through with your child. You can include a variety of images of the
birthmark before or after treatment. Of course, if you
are just proud of your mark and want to tell everyone why then
please click on the link below and fill in the online form.
Member story form
To make our new website as good as we possibly can we have a
section that includes descriptions of many of the different types
of birthmarks. In this section it's really about the marks
themselves. So a close up on the birthmark is important. We need to
have some supporting information with the picture, for example the
type of birthmark, roughly how old you were or your child when it
was taken and whether it had been treated etc. It's a very quick
and easy form to fill in.
Upload your images
These stories and images will provide much needed
awareness, assurance and help in the education of those seeking to
learn more about birthmarks.
Come and join us...
There are specific roles that we need to fill within the
organisation. If you don't necessarily fit any of the
positions below and would like to get involved please still get in
touch. We are always on the look out for new suggestons or ideas on
how we can improve as a charity to provide the right support you
Social Networking Coordinator
We are looking for a Social networking Coordinator to build a
strong charity awareness within Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and
similar social networking channels. The Social Networking
Coordinator role will keep these different communities updated with
news and events from the BSG.
We are seeking an individual to help coordinate and produce our
quarterly newsletters. If you are interested in bringing people up
to date with new issues, treatments and general news from the BSG
then please get in touch.
Our aim is to set up a network of regional volunteers and we are
looking for someone who would be interested in helping us do
this. We are also in need of someone to help bring new
fundraising ideas as well as assist members in arranging their own
local fundraising events.
Raising awareness of birthmarks for our charity is essential, this
role covers a variety of different aspects from helping
our members liase with journalists to tell their stories to making
sure the Charity is linked in with other support networks.The
person will work closely with the Social Networking Coordinator to
raise charity awareness.
If you are interested in any of the above and would like to find
out more information, please do not hesitate to get intouch with Jo