Your volunteer stories

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Volunteering at St Clare Hospice can be an enriching and rewarding experience, however the majority of our volunteers do it simply because they enjoy it.

Lesley – eBay Volunteer

“If you were thinking of being an eBay Volunteer my advice is – do it! It’s lovely to help make...

Lesley – eBay Volunteer

Marilyn – Fundraising Volunteer

“Volunteering has given me back far more than I could ever have imagined. You feel fulfilled, it’s given me purpose.”...

Marilyn – Fundraising Volunteer

Peter – Fundraising Volunteer & Ambassador

“It is so worthwhile for people to put in their time in to help St Clare because the Hospice services...

Peter – Fundraising Volunteer & Ambassador

Jess – Work Experience

“My name is Jessica Payne, and I’m 15 years old. I go to school at Leventhorpe, in Sawbridgeworth, where I...

Jess – Work Experience

Gill – Finance/Bereavement Volunteer

“I’ve been volunteering in finance at St Clare for 4 years now, helping out wherever I’m needed. I do things...

Gill – Finance/Bereavement Volunteer

Kevin – IPU Volunteer

“I volunteer here at St Clare every Saturday morning. In particular, I am a volunteer in the Inpatient Unit. My...

Kevin – IPU Volunteer

Gill – Volunteer Driver

“I first became involved with St Clare when someone from my Church started the Ongar Friends group and was looking...

Gill – Volunteer Driver

Val – Day Therapy Team Volunteer

“I love volunteering at St Clare, I find it so rewarding. The most rewarding part is seeing people come in...

Val – Day Therapy Team Volunteer

Carol – Volunteer Gardener

“On a chance visit to the Harlow garden centre I spotted a poster appealing for volunteer gardeners at St Clare....

Carol – Volunteer Gardener