St Kentigern Hospice offer a variety of volunteering opportunities, ranging from direct patient care to administrative support. Volunteers can work alongside healthcare professionals and provide assistance with tasks. For those who prefer to work behind the scenes, administrative tasks such as filing and data entry can be equally important in supporting our hospice operations.
In addition to direct patient care and administrative support, there are also opportunities to volunteer in various other areas such as fundraising, event planning, and community outreach. St Kentigern Hospice often organise events and activities, such as fundraisers and awareness campaigns, that require volunteers to help plan and organize.
Volunteering at St Kentigern Hospice is a great way to make a difference in the lives of those who are facing life-limiting illnesses. It can be a rewarding experience that offers opportunities for personal growth and learning. If you are interested in volunteering at a hospice, contact our Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Newell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01745 585221
Hours of work: Flexible
Location: St Kentigern Hospice, Upper Denbigh Rd, Saint Asaph LL17 0RS
St Kentigern hospice is a charity providing specialist palliative and end of life care for adults in central North Wales. We are looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to join our hospice team at an exciting time in the hospice’s development.
To apply please contact 01745 585221 or email email@example.com
We rely on our wonderful community to fund our services 365 days a year. This ensures our services at the hospice are completely free of charge to those living with advanced illnesses.
The lottery is an important part of the fundraising operation at the Hospice. Your weekly subscription of £1, provides you with the chance of winning our top weekly prize of £1,000
Every donation to support St Kentigern Hospice helps us to provide our services completely free of charge to patients and their families across central North Wales.
St Kentigern Lottery
Since 1995, our lottery has raised over six million pounds for the hospice.
The lottery is an important part of the fundraising operation at the Hospice. For the year ending 31st March 2023 a surplus of £185,236 was donated to the Hospice from the weekly and annual draws. After accounting for the prizes of £97,950 and all running costs, 59p from each £1 entry went to the Hospice.