No matter what role you take on, volunteering for the hospice will mean you’ll be helping to support local people affected by life-limiting illnesses.
Although many of our volunteers are in our shops or our warehouse, helping us to raise much-needed funds to provide our care and support, we also have a number of diverse voluntary roles within the hospice.
At our headquarters in Jackson-Barstow House, we take pride in providing a warm, welcoming environment. Helpful volunteers greet visitors and patients at reception, answer queries over the phone, arrange flowers, help keep common areas tidy and more. We also have a team of companions and other bereavement or chaplaincy volunteers, who undergo special training to provide emotional support to patients and their loved ones.
We take extra precautions to make sure our patients are receiving the highest quality end-of-life care, so if you’re interested in a voluntary role that involves patient care and support, we’ll ask you to undergo extra checks.
Whatever your skills, there’s a volunteering role for you at the hospice – check out the latest openings here.
Alternatively, you might like to look into volunteering in our shops or our warehouse.
Alternatively, you may be keen to support our fundraising team by offering just a few hours to help at our events. This does not require a regular commitment; just a willingness to muck in on occasions. If this sounds like the right role for you, please fill out and return this form.
If you’d like to enquire about volunteering for Weston Hospicecare, please get in touch with our volunteering team on 01934 423975. You can also visit us at Jackson-Barstow House – and if you want to get a head-start, you can download and complete this volunteering application form before you visit.