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Sign up to volunteer
Are you ready to get involved? Great! To get started, Saint Michael's needs to know a little more about you. By downloading the appropriate volunteer sign-up form from this website, completing it and then posting it back to Saint Michael's, we can get this process underway. Following our receipt of your form we will then contact you to discuss the opportunities available that best match your interests and meet the needs of our mission. Thank you!
Download the bereavement support volunteer form - Fill in this form and we'll register your interest for the next training course.
For more information about volunteering opportunities, please ring (01423) 876 085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please take the time to read our volunteer information notice which gives you full details on how we use information you give us.
Who can volunteer?
People of all ages, interests and backgrounds generously give their time to help us deliver care to more than 2,000 people each year.
All prospective volunteers are required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check, provide references and attend a volunteer induction session prior to commencing any role.
- Please note that due to the nature of our work, we are not able to take volunteers under the age of 18 in patient-facing roles, however we may have opportunties in other areas.
Could you be a bereavement support volunteer?
Our specialist support service, Just ‘B’, is looking for people to train as volunteers to work with adults who are living with bereavement.
Just ‘B’ gives local people a safe and confidential space to understand, express and cope with their grief.
A comprehensive 12-week evening training course starts in the Autumn to prepare and equip volunteers with the skills needed to carry out this satisfying role.
Formal qualifications are not needed, but good listening skills are vital.
Previous experience in offering emotional or bereavement support is welcome, although not essential. The training will cover grief theory, listening skills and ways of working creatively with clients, and is delivered by Just ‘B’s specialist bereavement team. Following training, successful volunteers spend around three hours a week supporting adults living with bereavement.
As part of the team, volunteers are offered plenty of support and supervision to ensure the experience is a beneficial one for all concerned. If this sounds like something for you, e:
T: (01423) 876 085.