Volunteer Patient Driver – Wellbeing Centre
To help Wirral Hospice St John’s wellbeing & outpatients team to support the local community by providing services and care to patients with life limiting illnesses, collecting patients who don’t have transport to attend their appointments or activity sessions at the hospice.
Volunteer Van Driver
Could you help support our retail vans by arranging collections of furniture via email or phone?
Are you confident using a computer?
We are looking for volunteers to support our Moreton shop with our van logistics.
Collection Box Volunteer – Wirral locations
Would you like to help us but can’t commit to a weekly volunteering role?
Do you have your own car?
Do you enjoy going out and about and meeting new people?
We are looking for volunteers to help us collect collecting boxes from businesses in their local area, roughly one day per month.
Interested in these or other roles we might have?
We always convey a HUGE THANK YOU to our amazing volunteers, without whom the hospice would struggle to operate.
In normal times they are simply ‘here’ for us, at the hospice and in our Wirral Community. They’re part of the hospice family, they are, very often in fact, the ‘face’ of the hospice.
Our #hospiceheroes support us in so many ways; from patient and family support; to catering support; to office support; in our charity shops; to gardening; to fundraising support.
Enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that your time and support is enabling patients and families to receive the care they need.
Volunteers have been involved with Wirral Hospice right from the very beginning, giving their commitment, skills and energy to support our work with patients, their carers and families. You can make a real difference by joining our team of 500 volunteers. We have opportunities based at the hospice and in the community.
Volunteers are usually aged 16 and above. For most volunteering opportunities you do not require particular skills or qualifications as we will give support and training wherever necessary. An enthusiasm for hospice care and a willingness to try new things are often more important.
People from all walks of life and all ages volunteer for us. If you have the time and skills to make a difference by volunteering, please contact Phil or Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0151 334 2778 and tell us how you can help.