At the Hospice

Volunteering during the Pandemic

Our Hospice in Brentry is a very special place – and that's all down to the volunteers and staff who work there. Due to Coronavirus we've had to temporarily withdraw some of our patient facing roles, this will be clearly indicated as you explore the different options.

If you are interested in volunteering in the Hospice, fill out the form below and we'll be in touch. Alternatively, you can find out more by calling 0117 915 9448 or emailing volunteer@stpetershospice.org.

Explore the options

Main Reception Volunteer

Main Reception Volunteers play an important role in welcoming visitors and patients’ families. They deal with incoming telephone and have daily contact with staff.

Inpatient Unit Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

Play a key supporting role on the Inpatient Unit, serving drinks and meals, running errands and chatting to patients and visitors. This allows our clinical staff to focus on patient care.

Ward Reception Volunteer

Assist in the Inpatient Unit by answering telephone calls and welcoming visitors. This is an evening and weekend role, so it would suit someone working normal business hours.

Flower Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

Flower Volunteers arrange and refresh lovely flower displays in public areas and patient rooms. Coverage: Monday to Sunday.

Volunteer Gardener

You will tend St Peter's Hospice's beautiful gardens by cutting the grass, weeding, watering and planting.

Coffee Shop Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

you will serve a variety of hot and cold food to our patients, visitors and staff. Coverage: Monday to Sunday Shifts: Morning or Afternoon, 2 hours approx. Rota: Fortnightly, Monthly, Relief

Complementary Therapy Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

You will be professionally qualified and experienced in massage, aromatherapy or reflexology. In this role you’ll provide relaxing, restorative treatments to our patients.

Volunteer Driver (Temporarily withdrawn)

Volunteer Drivers use their own cars to transport patients to and from their home so they can attend Day Service or other appointments. Drivers usually drive the same day each week or offer ad-hoc relief cover. We also have a Wheelchair Mobility Car.

Spiritual Care Volunteer

The Hospice is an inclusive organisation aiming to meet the needs and beliefs of both those with and without a faith. Our Multi Faith Team provides one to one support and guidance to patients and families on our Inpatient and Day Service units.

Emotional and Psychological Support Volunteer

Volunteers provide pre and post bereavement one to one and group support for relatives and significant others. There is a substantial amount of training and commitment required in order to be considered for this role.

Arts and Craft Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

Art and Craft volunteers provide a range of creative and craft activities for our day service patients.

Hairdressing Volunteer (Temporarily withdrawn)

Hairdressing Volunteers are qualified hairdressers who offer our patients a cut or wash and blow dry from our own salon in Day Service.

Register your interest to volunteer









We would like to respond to your interest in volunteering by email. Please tick the box below if you are happy for us to do so. You can change how we contact you at any time by calling 0117 915 9448 or emailing volunteer@stpeterhospice.org

We would love to keep you updated with news about our work and fundraising activities and may contact you by mail or phone with updates or information we think you'd be interested in. See our privacy policy for more information on how we use and protect personal information. You can change the way we communicate with you at any time by calling us on 01275 391400, emailing communications@stpetershospice.org or writing to us St Peter's Hospice Fundraising Office, Block C, 2nd Floor, Estune Business Park, Wild Country Lane, Long Ashton, BS41 9FH.

 

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great reasons to volunteer:

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By raising vital funds you’ll make a massive difference to our patients and their families.

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Volunteering is good for you. Evidence shows it’s great for you mental and physical health!

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You'll make new friends and meet lots of new people from around Bristol

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You can gain useful experience and transferable skills in retail and customer service.

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It looks great on CVs and UCAS forms

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You don’t need particular skills or experience - we provide full training and support is always available.

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Flexible commitment - you can fit volunteering around your existing commitments

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Contribute to the “circular economy”, cutting down on landfill and encouraging Bristol to recycle.

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Be part of your local community

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Gain confidence and self-esteem