Here at Narconon Drug Education we are constantly in need of additional personnel, whether full time or part time. We need fundraisers and people to help us with many administrative duties. We also require people who have had some past reality on drug or alcohol abuse who are interested in training up as lecturers. Most of these posts are of a volunteer nature, but you'll be helping an organisation dedicated to alleviating and handling the number one problem in society today...drugs.
Additionally, we need people to represent us in PR and awareness activities. If you have good communication skills and are not nervous about public speaking then you may be able to help out on our awareness and dissemination activities.
Even distributing our leaflets and booklets in your local area will help our forward impetus and assist your local youth in making the right choices about drugs. Please do contact us for further details.
Please reach out to us via the Contact page if you can help.
For us to achieve effective permeation right across the UK takes resources. Whilst many private schools are able to pay for Narconon® Drug Education visits this is not the case for the State sector and youth clubs etc. Each school year requires funding from corporations, small businesses and individuals in order that we can turn the tide of drug abuse with effective drug education.
Any amount is welcome and helps the forward progress of our organisation but currently, for us to be able to deliver a presentation anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales, the cost is approximately £300-£400. A sponsored local lecture costs approximately £180 i.e. one located in London, the Home Counties, Manchester, Yorkshire or Sussex.
Your sponsorship will help us reach between 25 and 300 students with each presentation. In many cases it will literally save lives. The war against drugs is a war that can be won, but key to its success is preventative drug education. Children are our future. Drugs blight that future. Your sponsorship can genuinely make a difference.