There are many rewards to volunteering from meeting new people through to enjoying the experience of giving your time knowing that you are making a difference. We rely on the goodwill of people like you as without your support we simply couldn’t care for so many patients.
Volunteering can also provide a gateway to employment and can be a really helpful way of developing new skills and confidence.
Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
Rennie Grove Hospice Care’s 1,500-strong team of volunteers were awarded the ultimate honour available for volunteer groups, The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in June 2017. Find out more about this accolade here
What can I do as a volunteer?
We have a variety of opportunities to volunteer across the organisation and in the towns and villages where we nurse. See our latest volunteer vacancies, phone your local office and ask to speak to Volunteer Services or complete our Volunteer Enquiry Form.
Every little helps
From driving a patient to Day Hospice to helping list items on eBay, we offer a variety of ways to get involved. However you would like to help, we try to ensure you will enjoy your time with us and understand how you are contributing to the bigger picture. View our volunteer opportunities.
A number of our volunteers share their stories about what volunteering has meant to them. Our volunteers come to us at all different times of life looking for many different things.
Read more about how being a volunteer can be mutually beneficial.