If you're accepted onto ICS, you'll need to fundraise a small amount to contribute back to, and show your commitment to the programme.
For most volunteers, this will be £800. But don't panic.
You'll be supported every step of the way by a dedicated fundraising officer.
They'll help you to come up with ideas on how to raise the money, as well as checking in with you to make sure you're on track to meet your target.
It's their job to make sure you have the support you need - and they've already helped volunteers like you raise more than £10m.
Organising your own events
One of the best parts of fundraising is putting on events. They're fun, they're a big challenge, and they're a great way to bring friends and family together.
“When you begin fundraising, reaching your target is a daunting task but don’t be intimidated by the amount you need to raise!" - Beth Crawford, ICS volunteer