Volunteer opportunities

Give your time to support our work - we have opportunities available across the UK in our shops, centres and supporting our online community.

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Volunteer Driver, Wheatfields Hospice, Leeds

This role involves driving patients to and from the Day Therapy Unit at our hospice in Leeds. Reliable transport can reassure service users during what is often a difficult time.

Volunteer Complementary Therapist, Wheatfields Hospice

Are you qualified in complementary therapies such as aromatherapy, massage, reflexology or shiatsu? Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds wants to hear from you.

Volunteer Maintenance Assistant, Wheatfields Hospice, Leeds

Put your maintenance skills to good use by assisting with the general upkeep and development of Sue Ryder’s Wheatfields Hospice.

Volunteer Receptionist - Weekends, Wheatfields Hospice

Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds is looking for an approachable and enthusiastic volunteer who can act as a friendly front-of-house presence to our patients' visitors when they arrive and leave the hospice.

Social Media Volunteer, Clay Cross, Chesterfield

Do you know your way around Facebook? Could you be supporting our Clay Cross charity shop by posting adverts on Gumtree, taking photos of our new stock and identifying items to be sold on eBay? If so, we need you.

Volunteer Complementary Therapist, Leckhampton Court Hospice, Cheltenham

Use your complementary therapy skills to support people at a difficult time, whilst developing your experience within a palliative healthcare environment. We're particularly keen to hear from qualified Reflexologists.

Volunteer Driver, Leckhampton Court Hospice, Cheltenham

You will be driving patients to and from hospice appointments. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in the charity healthcare sector and make a real difference to individuals living with life-limiting conditions.

Creative Volunteer, Cuerden Hall Neurological Centre, Preston

Are you keen on craft work, drawing, painting or knitting? Share your creative skills with our neurological care centre residents and service users.

Bookworm Volunteer, Cuerden Hall Neurological Centre, Preston

Enhance the life of residents at Cuerden Hall by offering your time and interest in reading to develop and run a book club and poetry group.

Evening/Weekend Volunteer Receptionists, Leckhampton Court Hospice

When you are on Reception you may be the first person that a visitor meets at Leckhampton Court and of course we want every visitor to have a warm and friendly greeting. It is important that everyone feels welcome when they visit us, whether that is for the first time or any time, and having someone to greet you in person makes all the difference.