Update on our campaign to recruit volunteers through the Daily Mail
Thank you to all the amazing 33k people who signed up to volunteer in the NHS in 2019. Currently, we are working with NHS trusts across the UK to find out how many volunteers they can take. Once we have all the information we need we will begin the matching process. This will take some time, and we thank you for your patience. We will email all our pledgers with details of what to expect next by the end of February. If you have any questions regarding your pledge, please email us at [email protected].
Your NHS needs you
Our campaign with the Daily Mail is now closed, and an incredible 33,000 people signed up to volunteer. If you’d like to stay in touch and find out about volunteering opportunities in the future please fill the form in below and we’ll keep you informed when we hear of more volunteering opportunities.
Volunteers in healthcare are a powerful force. They save time for staff, help patients at a difficult time in their lives, and go home feeling good about themselves. Volunteering can be fun, rewarding, and often life enhancing. You will learn new skills, meet new people and enjoy the satisfaction of helping brilliant NHS staff.
The best day of the week is the day you volunteer.
Sir Tom Hughes-Hallett, founder of Helpforce
What’s it like to volunteer?
Volunteering roles are varied, and you will be trained by your hospital to carry out different jobs. From helping patients navigate their way around hospital, collecting prescriptions, supporting someone through discharge, to working in different wards like maternity, emergency departments, and the children’s ward. New volunteer roles are developing all the time, and if you prefer other roles, such as admin, there are many other hospital staff that would welcome your help.