Volunteers help us to deliver countless services and events for patients, their families, carers, professional clinicians and our local community.
To keep us heading in the right direction, we need compassionate, community-focused people with an empowering spirit to step forward and offer to get involved. So, what are the key characteristics that we’re looking for in a volunteer? Well, we can’t speak for everyone, but we’re looking for people who are:
Whether it’s with patients, families or each other, we’re looking for people who are empathetic, caring and kind.
We are one organisation and it takes each and every one of us to deliver brilliant end of life care. We’re looking for people who want to be part of something pioneering and bold and who can embrace change.
As an organisation, we’re of and for the community, which means we’d like our people to care about that too.
Many of our volunteering roles involve coming alongside others and encouraging them to walk a difficult path. We want people who inspire others to do what’s best for them, not do it for them.