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Our volunteers are people from our local community who have time to give.
They are of all ages and from all backgrounds. The time commitment varies from a few hours a week, to a more occasional basis.
All volunteers are vital to our work - working directly with patients and families; fundraisers; shop assistants; back office; maintenance support and gardeners.
FAQs about volunteering
Our calm and reassuring volunteer drivers take people to and from the Hospice, so they can take part in therapy or counselling sessions.Read more
Life-shortening illness doesn’t just affect the one person. Volunteering for Home Sit provides companionship for patients and respite for carers - and it's rewarding for the volunteer too.Read more
Could you help our eBay team of volunteers to sell more items?Read more
Retail volunteering is a great way to meet new people, give back to our local community or gain valuable work experience.Read more
Providing a friendly welcome at The Dr Hugh Ford Inpatient Unit, ward clerk volunteers are organised, considerate and highly professional.Read more
We're fortunate to have large amounts of furniture and other donated items to collect and deliver every day. Our Warehouse and Distribution Centre volunteers are calm and warmhearted - they play a vital role in keeping our shops stocked and our customers happy whilst gaining valuable work experience.Read more
As an individual or as part of a local group, you can meet people, have a fun time and feel good about making a worthwhile contribution to raising vital funds - from helping on the tombola at an event to making a 'thank you' presentation.Read more
Based at our King's Lynn Distribution Centre, our volunteer receptionists give customers a friendly point of contact to arrange collection and delivery dates for larger donations or purchases.Read more