Why Volunteer ? Volunteering is a fantastic opportunity to:
Meet new people, learn new skills, gain a sense of fulfilment and personal achievement that comes from contributing to the community.
We currently have over 300 volunteers and are always looking for people with a passion for helping others and who have some spare time on their hands. Our volunteers are an important part of our team and help us to provide care, comfort and compassion to those nearing the end of their lives and their families and friends.
Current Volunteering Vacancies
eBay Volunteer - An eBay volunteer is needed to sell selected goods on eBay to members of the public, in order to reach a wider customer base and achieve the best possible price. For more information please click here.
Volunteer Collection Box Co-ordinator- Become a collection box coordinator for The Norfolk Hospice, in the West and North of Norfolk and help us raise money to continue our work by managing collection boxes in your local area. The role will involve handling cash and developing relationships within your local community. For more information please click here.
Retail Shop Volunteeers at Holt, Snettisham and Dereham - We have a number of Retail shops around the county looking for people to assist on the till, dealing with customers and with the sorting and steaming of clothes in preparation for sale. Full training will be given and very flexible with hours.
If you are in interested in any of these roles please email or call on 01485 601700.
Please see more links below to find out more information on volunteering:
Fundraising: Our Fundraising volunteers are crucial to the work of the Hospice. Please click on the Fundraising link to find our what roles are available.
Retail: We are always looking for people to support us in our Hospice Shops.
We currently have Charity shops at Dereham, Downham Market, Fakenham, Holt, Hunstanton, Kings Lynn, Furniture Warehouse in Kings Lynn, Snettisham, Swaffham and Wisbech.
Day Therapy: Volunteers are crucial to the Day Therapy Unit. The monthly newsletter for Day Therapy Unit volunteers can be found here.
Our Newly Built Hospice at Hillington: We have now moved to our newly built facility and are looking to increase the number of our volunteers from just over 300 to 400.
To find out more about volunteering, call 01485 601700 or contact us.