You can make a difference as a St Richard’s Hospice volunteer.
St Richard’s depends on volunteers in almost all of its work to fulfil its goal of providing free care to patients and support to their families.
We are looking for volunteers to join us wherever they are able to. We are flexible and happy for people to volunteer on a regular or occasional basis. We have many different volunteer roles reflecting volunteers’ individual skills, interests and availability.
You could be part of our team and join around 1,000 existing volunteers who help in many areas of the hospice and without whom we could not provide our care.
If you would like more general information about volunteering opportunities, please contact Kirstie Smith, Staff and Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator on 01905 763963 or emailing email@example.com.
Weekend Reception Volunteers We are looking for people to make a difference to the lives of others every day. St. Richard’s Hospice cares for adults with a serious progressive illness, improving their quality of life from diagnosis, during treatment and to their last days through our community teams, our newly developed state-of-the-art day centre and… Read more »
The Worcester Full and Half Marathon is taking place on Sunday 19th May and we are looking for an army of volunteers who are able to spare a few hours to ensure the event runs smoothly. The Marathon will start at Sixways, Worcester at 9:30am. Lunch will be provided and you will also receive a… Read more »
High Street, Tewkesbury St. Richard’s Hospice are opening a brand new bookshop in Tewkesbury with an impressive collection of around 6000 books for literature lovers to browse. The hospice is now on the look-out for community-spirited volunteers who have a real interest and passion for books to help staff the shop. Volunteering in the hospice’s… Read more »
We have vacancies for volunteers to help with our tin collections within the following areas: – WR4 You will have responsibility for collecting and placing tins in the local area and supporting businesses who host our collection tins. Reporting to: – Community Fundraiser Essential Attributes: – Driving License – Your own transport is essential as… Read more »
St. Richard’s Hospice is looking for people to make a difference to the everyday lives, of others. As part of Build 2020 and the expansion of Day Services, St. Richard’s Hospice is looking at different ways in which patients can access services and be supported. Once a month we will be hosting a social group… Read more »
St. Richard’s Hospice are looking for people to make a difference to the lives of others every day. The Hospice provides free Living Well courses on Fridays to people with a life-limiting illness to help them learn new skills, strategies and techniques through education, exercise, therapies, creativity, relaxation and group support. We are currently recruiting… Read more »
St. Richard’s Hospice is looking for people to make a difference to the lives of others every day. Patients that attend St. Richard’s, either by attending Day Hospice or being a patient on the In-Patient Unit, have access to many different therapies including Physio, Occupational and Complementary Therapies. We also offer health and beauty treatments… Read more »
St. Richard’s Hospice are looking for people to make a difference to the lives of others every day. The Hospice provides a Creative Therapy service to help individuals express their feelings and emotions through art and activities. The sessions can be varied and dependent upon what the patients would like to do. Recording treasured memories… Read more »
St. Richard’s Hospice are looking for people to make a difference to the lives of others every day. The Hospice’s Complementary Therapy team provides a large range of therapies including Indian Head massage, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, foot and hand massage, relaxation techniques and ‘M’ technique to in-patients, out-patients, day hospice, bereaved and carers and we… Read more »
Are you interested in volunteering? Do you have a driving licence and access to a car? If you have answered yes to both of these questions, then your help could be invaluable to our patients. The Family Support Team offers a wide range of help to patients, their families and carers including counselling, a bereavement… Read more »