Chris Green has for the last 6 yeasr been volunteering as the Director of White Ribbon Campaign,(WRC) the national movement to engage men in tackling violence against women. The WRC has 30 affiliated local authorities and has secured the support of celebrities like boxer Amir Khan, goalkeepers David James and Craig Gordon, rugby players Ikram Butt and Jason Leonard, as well as leading sports and music venues. 2,500 men have pledged to support the work of the campaign and there is an active core of ambassadors. Each year WRC attends over 200 events around the country ranging from trade union conferences to community galas. In November WRC distributes around 100,000 ribbons, badges posters and leaflets to raise awareness of the iusses , and arranges 'Thes Heels were made for Walking' sponsored walks by men in high heels to raise awareness of the issue and help fud womens organisations. Other volunteering roles include membership of the End Violence against Women Coalition, Chair of the Commission of Men and Boys, and acting as a member of the Council of Europe Task Force to End Violence against Women. He also sings in community choirs Calder Valley voices and Burnley Clarion Choir, and plays for one of the football teams in the country with the oldest age profile Hebden Bridge Old Men- recently their back three line up had a combined age of 186. In 2007 He was awarded the title Ultimate Man of the Year by Cosmopolitan magazine.