Support Sheffield's only hospice and volunteer your time for a fantastic cause. You could sort through donations, looking out for valuable items to be sold in vintage shops or on the ebay store, help at the newly reopening charity shops, or share your digital skills. All training and supervision is provided and the experience will be very rewarding! Apply here, check your university email inbox and follow the steps.
Donations Centre Volunteer
We have been able to create a number of exciting new volunteer roles to support the opening of our new Donation Centre, which will be the hub for donations and processing donated stock. Based in S4, we offer training and support to our volunteers, helping them to gain experience and references for job interviews. (Age 18+)
Volunteering in our shops is a great way to gain work experience, make friends and contribute the community. Our retail volunteers provide us with vital support across our 14 charity shops in Sheffield, ensuring our shops are welcoming, tidy, and always freshly stocked with our fabulous donations.
There's plenty to do both on the shop floor and behind the scenes, so we've developed different roles to suit all kinds of personalities. Take a look at the opportunities on offer to find one to suit your interests!
What skills do I need?
No specific skills required, just a willingness to get involved!
What will I gain?
A very rewarding experience - 89% of St Luke's Hospice volunteers rated their volunteering experience 8 out of 10 or above
Join a friendly team, make new friends and build a social network
Make a difference for a local hospice
Connect with your city
Multiple skills and experience for your CV and job applications
References can be provided
St Luke's are Winners of the Sheffield Volunteering Award 2018 and Winners of the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
Training and support
All training and supervision is provided
DBS (criminal records) check
Donations Centre: Unit 14, Fieldhouse Way Industrial Estate, S4 7SF
Retail stores: Various
Most locations accessible by public transport - please follow government guidance about using public transport