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Volunteer Medical Content Strategist

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ORGANIZATION: Mast Cell Action

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Join us in our mission to effectively communicate with the medical community, amplifying awareness and support for mast cell activation syndrome. As a Volunteer Communications Officer, you'll be instrumental in executing our communication strategy, ensuring consistent messaging and timely delivery across various channels.


Content Management: Utilise tools like Hootsuite to schedule and curate engaging content on our social media platforms, driving visibility and engagement.

Copywriting: Assist in crafting compelling copy for social platforms, aligning messaging with our organisation's mission and values. Assist in crafting our newsletter for health professionals.

Collaboration: Work closely with internal teams to maintain messaging alignment and brand consistency across all communication channels.


Enhance Brand Visibility: Through strategic communication efforts, increase awareness and reach within the medical community, empowering more individuals affected by mast cell activation syndrome.

Maintain Messaging Consistency: Uphold our organisation's identity and values by ensuring consistent messaging and branding, fostering trust and connection with our audience.

Timely Communication: Contribute to the delivery of timely and accurate communications, keeping our audience informed and engaged.

Join Our Team:

If you're passionate about driving impactful change and possess strong communication and social media management skills, we invite you to join us as a Volunteer Communications Officer. Together, let's amplify our impact and support those impacted by mast cell diseases.

Thank you for considering this volunteer opportunity with Mast Cell Action Charity.

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About Mast Cell Action


6 Willes Terrace, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, cv31 1dl, GB

Mission Statement

Our vision is to ensure that everybody suffering from MCAS in the UK receives adequate support, can expect knowledgeable diagnosis & care, and can look to a future in which the disease is actively researched, better understood and more effectively treated. In sum we aim to improve the lives of MCAS sufferers by giving them a voice, recruiting and supporting doctors & researchers, and lobbying policy-makers.


We are a rare diseases charity established at the end of 2015 to respond to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). MCAS is a crippling, unpredictable and frightening condition affecting the immune system. Sufferers from MCAS have "wrongly programmed" immune systems that react to a wide range of triggers including food, drink, stress, temperature and many others. The effects range from unpleasant allergic reactions, through to an overall debilitation resulting in people being unable to leave their houses. It was first recognised internationally in 1990, with a set of diagnostic criteria agreed in 2011, but is little known or understood in the UK, where incidence seems to be increasing. Here patients can wait 3-5 years for a diagnosis, often receive very little knowledge or help from within the medical establishment and can find themselves in a frightening limbo. (More on the disease can be found on our website: www.mastcellaction.org or on Facebook


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