We are so grateful to the many people who give their time in support of the work of Beaumond House.
Our volunteers are a vital part of our team and contribute to almost every area of our work.
We recognise that without the 200+ volunteers who give us the precious gift of their time, we simply couldn’t deliver our services to our patients and their families in the way that we do. Our volunteers donate 100’s of hours each month, bringing with them a wealth of skills, experience and enthusiasm.
How you can Help ...
We have a great variety of volunteering roles available, from helping in our kitchen, driving, helping out at events or on in our offices to being out and about in the community collecting our collection bottles and helping out in our shops.
Beaumond House Hospice makes a big difference in the lives of patients and their loved ones and as a volunteer we offer you the opportunity to play a part in this, we simply could not do it without the passion and commitment of our all volunteers, they make a real difference.
Throughout the organisation we recognise that we are a team, working together to provide excellent services, so wherever you choose to volunteer your contribution will make a difference to someone’s life.
Many of our volunteers make friends because of volunteering, and many find that they grow in confidence.
You will receive full training and learn about the work of the hospice, as well as gaining valuable skills and experience. Volunteering is a great way to improve your CV.
Here are some reasons why people choose to volunteer:
• There is a sense of ‘giving back’ or to ‘make a difference’
• To have a rewarding experience
• To make good use of spare time
• To make new friends
• To learn new skills and gain new experiences or to put existing skills to a good use
• To get involved in the community and make an invaluable contribution.
• For enjoyment
For further details, please contact Fundraising on 01636 610556 or email here
Above all you will be part of a wonderful, dedicated team, helping to make a difference
Frequently Asked Questions
How to Volunteer
It’s quick and easy. Have a look below at the list of current volunteer vacancies, find one that you like, then get in touch!
If nothing on the list appeals to you, or if you’ve got something else in mind, please phone the Volunteer Co-ordinator on 01636 610556 and we can discuss it with you.
Is there an Application Form?
Yes. Anyone applying for a volunteer position will need to fill in an application form and be asked to provide details of 2 people who will complete a reference for them. Some roles will also require a DBS check. You can find the application form here.
What skills or qualifications do I need?
None! Some volunteer roles have additional requirements such as a driving licence, but apart from that, all we ask is that you are friendly, enthusiastic and have a positive approach. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old but we have no upper age limit.
Will I get training?
Yes. You will be required to attend an induction and then annual training after that. Depending on your role, you may also be asked to attend other training. This will be arranged in-house and at a time and date convenient to you.
How much time do I need to give?
Whatever you like. You can give a couple of hours occasionally, do a few hours a week, or be on the bank. It all depends on when you are available and what you want to do.
We look forward to hearing from you.