We couldn’t provide our vital services without you. Donate now to make a real difference to the lives of our patients and their families that we care for.
The majority of our running costs are funded by the public.
Did you know that you can also raise money for the Hospice every time you go on the internet?
Simply make EveryClick your homepage and raise money for the Hospice whenever you go online.
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If you continue you will navigate away from our main website to our online portal. You will be taken directly to our secure community page.
Once in the portal you can either login or register for an account which will enable you to link directly to our database to see any transactions, donations or communication you have made with the Hospice.
Volunteers are the backbone of the hospice and we would not function without you. Join our family of more than 450 people, who work across every area.
Your commitment can take up as little or as much time as you wish. Volunteers must be aged 16 or over and for posts based onsite, a DBS check is required.
There are many more roles, in all departments. Please phone the HR team on 01472 350908 or email email@example.com to find out more about the opportunities we offer.
Do you have previous experience of working in care or supporting people? If so, we are looking for you!
We are looking for volunteers who have excellent communication skills and who would like to support people in a variety of activities promoting independence and enabling them to achieve their desired outcomes through our Wellbeing programme which runs Monday through to Friday. The role will involve meeting and greeting patients arriving for their sessions, preparation of drinks trolley, assisting patients with drinks and getting their lunch whilst enabling them to remain independent, support patients in a variety of activities when required, support patients by listening. We are also looking for volunteers to set up and run a social coffee morning and a games afternoon for patients and carers . If you have some spare time, have an interest in offering support and would like to join our friendly team please complete an application form.
Do you have previous experience of working in a front facing customer services role or who has in interest in supporting people? If so, we are looking for you!
We are looking for volunteers who have excellent communication and interpersonal skills along with IT skills as will be required to access computer programmes. The role will involve meeting and greeting patients arriving for their appointments, ensuring the patient is in the right place at the right time, offering and preparing refreshments when required, assisting the therapy staff in the preparation of therapy rooms/gym/pool and bathroom areas when requested and assist patients as required by the therapy staff. If you have some spare time, have an interest in offering support and would like to join our friendly team please complete an application form.
Could you give four days a year and become an events volunteer?
We hold four major events a year, including an annual Sparkle Walk and a Motorbike Run around Lincolnshire. We need a pool of people who can commit to giving just four days a year to assist with these events. It could be marshalling, helping serve refreshments or even dressing up as a ghost for the spooky annual Scare Hike… all support is welcomed.
Where possible, we would also like people to sign up to provide pre-event support. This could be posting leaflets through the doors on your street, putting up posters, sharing social media posts or flyering in a town centre.
You will be given clear instructions and a defined role, and all dates will be pre-planned with timings and locations.
The events will all take place on weekends; two are daytime events and two take place on evenings. Each event should last no longer than five hours.
Call the fundraising team on 01472 350 908 for more information.
From designer handbags and clothes to rare books and toys, many of your donations to St Andrew’s Hospice make their way to its online shop.
The hospice’s Ebay store lists hundreds of items each week to ensure we achieve the best possible value for the items we receive.
We are looking for volunteers to join our Ebay team, from listers and packers to photographers.
You do not have to be familiar with Ebay, nor do you have to be computer-literate.
To discuss the roles available, please call Mark Cadey-Gell on 01472 571296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org