Volunteers contribute enormously to the range of services we offer patients and their families. Without this contribution, we could not do what we do. There is a wide range of roles on offer, which provide volunteers with opportunities to share their existing skills and also gain new ones.
As a volunteer you will be given the opportunity to:
- make a meaningful difference to people’s lives
- be part of a team
- learn new skills
- receive training for your role
- meet like-minded volunteers and make new friends
To volunteer with us is very flexible – you can base it around your life and we will work closely with you to make sure that we both have the right fit. You just have to have a genuine interest in helping people - that’s all it takes.
There are so many ways to get involved, from cheering on a marathon runner to volunteering in our offices. Whether it is minutes or months, hours or days, the time you give really does matter.
For further information contact the Voluntary Service coordinators, Rosie Teggarty or Andrea McCann, via telephone on (028) 3026 7711 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
References will be requested and Access NI vetting for patient facing roles is compulsory.
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