Each year, dedicated volunteers of all ages and backgrounds selflessly devote their time to the Trust. They find themselves carrying out a variety of tasks which help to support staff in their clinical duties and offer additional help and activities for service users.
Our volunteers can be found in all parts of the Trust carrying out many different roles, which reflect their own particular skills and interests. These include helping out in art groups, driving patients to and from the hospital sites, providing trolley services to the wards and helping out in the cafés and gardens. Wherever they are and in whichever role they choose to offer their help, both the Trust and those who use our services are extremely grateful for the time that they give.
If you would like more information on volunteering opportunities with Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust, please contact Carol Bowyer on (01302) 796415 or complete the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have volunteers at:
- Aspire, the drugs and alcohol service in Doncaster. For more details click here: http://www.aspire.community/aspire-model/reorientation/volunteering/ or contact Lydia Rice on (01302) 730956.
- St John’s Hospice. For more information: http://www.stjohnshospicedoncaster.co.uk/volunteer/ Contact Lindsey Richards on (01302) 796662.
Want to know more?
To read the latest news and stories about our volunteers please click here…
Or you can watch videos from some of our current volunteers below
Barry Cowling – https://youtu.be/zLJyWwMenU0
Lourda & Veronica – https://youtu.be/PEW-fRVoeL0
Charlie Martin – https://youtu.be/eSvGJrHAfsA
June Gresham – https://youtu.be/W5PI4LJg9OY
Heather Baker – https://youtu.be/Bp7qAA7kvlc
Frank Harding – https://youtu.be/CRCMT7guhSo
Jane Large – https://youtu.be/z25WEIjxVbE
Lisa Grandcourt – https://youtu.be/5SK2r1TH77U
Deaf or hard of hearing? Find out about our volunteering policy in British Sign Language here: