Join our hospice team
From administration support to helping in our gardens and kitchen– whatever you choose, your time will make a difference to local people, and their loved ones, living with a terminal illness.
We’ll provide you with a thorough induction and ongoing training to ensure you have the confidence to thrive.
View our available roles below.
What does it involve? Ideal for anyone who loves the great outdoors – you’ll be helping to keep our gardens and grounds beautiful. This role can be quite physically demanding (the site is quite large and is covered by foot) and involves sweeping and clearing, as well as the usual gardening tasks.
Volunteering hours: Flexible hours on either, Monday Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday.
Reception and Administration Volunteers (Whittington)
What does it involve? We’re looking for reception and administration volunteers within various departments at our Whittington receptions and offices.
Volunteering hours: Monday 5pm – 7:30pm, Wednesday 10am – 2pm, Wednesday 5pm – 7:30pm and Friday 5pm – 7:30pm.
Reception and Administration Volunteers (Sutton)
What does it involve? We’re looking for reception and administration volunteers within various departments at our Sutton receptions and offices.
Volunteering hours: Monday 1pm – 4pm, Thursday 9am – 2pm and Friday 1pm – 4pm.
Washing Up Volunteers
What does it involve? Helping out the housekeeping team wash up, sterilize and tidy up around the lunchtime service. This is a weekly role of around 2 hours a week, at times you may be working alone.
Volunteering hours: Fridays 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Location: At home
What does it involve? We’re looking for an experience Calligrapher to complete our memory books for the Hospice. The role involves collecting the memory cards from the hospice team and then making entries in the memorial book in calligraphy hand, in line with the previous formatting then returning the book to the Hospice.
Volunteering hours: This task is generally done every 3 months and usually takes around 4 hours to complete.
Bereavement Help Point Volunteers
Location: Burntwood and Cannock
What does it involve? We’re looking for a number of volunteers to help out at our weekly Bereavement Help Points, which support people who are grieving. Training will be provided.
Volunteering hours: Mondays, 10.30am – 12.30pm (Cannock) and 2.30pm – 4.30pm (Burntwood), Wednesdays, 1.30pm – 4.30pm (Lichfield)