At City Hospice, we’re very fortunate to have over 250 volunteers supporting the work we do. Our volunteers help us with everything and anything, from picking up patients to bring them to the hospice, maintaining and improving our beautiful gardens, raising vital funds through fundraising or helping in one of our retail stores.
Volunteering is a great way for anyone to get involved. We have plenty of volunteer roles available throughout the year. If you’re looking to make new friends, develop new skills, or put old ones to good use, volunteering is a great way to achieve all three. You’ll also be supporting Cardiff’s local hospice so we can continue caring for patients with life limiting illnesses across the capital.
“Volunteer support has a massive impact on our charity and we’re so grateful to all those who give up their time for us. You could give your time and be a part of that” – Sam Curtis, Volunteer Officer
Due to the current situation with COVID-19 our volunteering programme has been adapted accordingly. We have limited the number of volunteers currently supporting us at our Hospice and community roles. Our volunteers are a vital part of our team and we can’t wait to welcome everyone back once it’s safe to do so. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
While our existing volunteer programme has been adapted, we are still currently recruiting volunteers at City Hospice for selected roles. We are adhering to government guidelines and have strict safety measures in place. If you are interested to support our charity, please get in touch with our Volunteer Officer Sam today by emailing email@example.com or calling 07968164454.
You can view our current volunteer opportunities and apply below:
Volunteering has many benefits, a contribution towards a cause, the satisfaction of being part of a charity that makes a real difference to your community and the ability to see how your actions can benefit another person when they need it most. You could be decorating a summer house to provide a space where we can provide counselling for the children of our patients, you could help to establish a vegetable garden so that our patients can engage in an enjoyable activity, or perhaps you could help us decorate one of our therapy rooms where we assist families with bereavement support.