Volunteers are a hugely important part of our team. Their skills and their time enable us to give patients and families the outstanding care and support they deserve. If you have some time on your hands and want to do something really rewarding, volunteering could be for you.
Want to volunteer?
Volunteering is good for you – and for us
Our staff, our patients and our community all benefit from the support of our fantastic volunteers. But what do you get out of it? Firstly, all our volunteers find the experience extremely rewarding. They meet some amazing people and get a real buzz knowing they’re making a big difference. But there are lots of other reasons too. Do watch our volunteering film below to find out why volunteering might be for you!
- You’ll learn new skills which could help you in your role and in everyday life.
- We’ll give you full training and support in your role.
- You’ll be a much valued part of our team – and have a say in how we’re run.
- You’ll hear about career opportunities within Princess Alice Hospice.
- You’ll have fun and make new friends!
- You’ll gain practical work experience, to help land your first job or a place at university.
Volunteers’ Week runs from 1-7 June every year
Every year we pause to thank our volunteers for the amazing work that they do and to celebrate and remember all the wonderful ways that they support our vital work.
What could I do?
Volunteer in our shops
A really enjoyable way to meet people, you could learn a new skill and raise vital cash for us.
Volunteer in the community
Supporting a patient or carer in you local area with emotional and practical support.
Volunteer at the Hospice
Working with patients on our In-patient Unit or helping out with admin in the office, you’ll be giving us vital extra support.
Volunteer at events
If you can cheer loudly, hold a bucket or hand out leaflets, you can join in the fun and help raise much-needed funds.
Become a Committee Member or Trustee
Play an essential role in the success of our charity, using your skills and experience to help set our strategic direction and ensuring the good governance of the organisation.
Become a Hospice ambassador
You can be our voice in the community, speaking about our work and encouraging people to support us.
If you have some free time and want to put it to good use, why not get in touch? Find out more about our volunteering roles by giving our team a call on 01372 461856 or register your interest below.
You may also like to come to one of our ‘Introduction to Volunteering’ sessions, where you can meet the volunteer team and find out more about volunteering opportunities. These events last approximately 1 hour and are held at the Hospice. The next session is on Tuesday 20 February 6pm. Please call us on 01372 461856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.