"I will keep volunteering for as long as I can. I live on my own so it gives me something to get up for in the morning."
Sue Ryder St John's Hospice has celebrated the incredible contributions of the hospice volunteers with an awards ceremony. Five, ten and 15-year-long service award certificates and badges were presented to 30 loyal supporters aged between 20 and 86 at the hospice following a celebratory lunch provided by the on-site catering team.
Being a Sue Ryder volunteer is a great way to gain skills, meet new people and get involved in your local community. It can also be a very meaningful way of giving something back and helping others receive much-needed care. If you want to find out more about volunteering for Sue Ryder, visit www.sueryder.org/get-involved/volunteering