Volunteer at the Hospice

There are lots of ways to get involved and no mater the role, you're making a difference to our patients and their families.

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The list is endless and there is a place for everyone

We work hard to match individual’s skills and interests with a suitable voluntary role that they will enjoy.

All volunteers based in our facilities at Mont Cochon are required to attend a Volunteer Induction course and submit a DBS (Disclosure and Baring Service) check, formerly known as Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check.

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Image of volunteer serving food on the in patient unit
Image of bereavement counselling room, two chairs and box of tissues on table
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We regularly need help with administrative tasks both at Mont Cochon and at the St Ouen store. This might include answering the telephone, data inputting or helping to count money from donations.
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If you are an ordained minister and would like to donate your time to visit and give counsel to our patients and families, we would love to hear from you.
Image taken in Hospice gardens with flowers
The beautiful gardens for our patients at Mont Cochon are cared for all year round by our dedicated volunteers. If you are green-fingered and would like to join the team and help out in the gardens, do please get in touch.

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