Volunteers have supported the Hospice since its opening in 1989, now offering well-established voluntary services in many different areas on a regular basis. Volunteers enhance the existing services to patients and families and they make a positive contribution to Hospice life.
Volunteers participate in orientation and specific training for the area where they help out. They are expected to be reliable, trustworthy and dedicated in their involvement with the Hospice.
Some of the areas in which volunteers support the Hospice are:
Volunteers also assist with hairdressing, sewing and crafts, administration, garden, indoor plant and flower maintenance. They are also valued within fundraising and Hospice shops.