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St Nic’s celebrates Volunteers’ Week 2022

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St Nic’s celebrates Volunteers’ Week 2022

Volunteers’ Week is a time for us to say thank you to everyone who volunteers for St Nic’s to make a difference.

The week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering, we have hundreds of people who give their time to the Hospice in a number of different ways.

This year will mark the 38th annual Volunteers’ Week, and at St Nic’s we couldn’t do what we do without our volunteers.

Over the week, which runs from June 1-7, we’ll be sharing messages and volunteer stories and experiences on our social media pages, so please keep an eye out.

Please click on the links below to read some of our volunteer case studies.

Ceril: As the Hospice’s Bereavement Café gets set to restart on Wednesday, 8 June, volunteer Ceril shares some of her experiences as a volunteer and her excitement at the café’s return.

Jane: When she lived in Suffolk Jane used to volunteer for the Hospice in various roles, ranging from fundraising to reception to lending her time in our shops. A move to Wales hasn’t stopped her and she now supports us through Micro-Volunteering.

Steve: Steve gives his time to us as a Hospice Neighbour and Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy volunteer. Both of his roles see him support people across the community and provide a listening ear, conversation and the opportunity to talk.

Janet: As a volunteer for our Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Team, Janet provides a listening ear and support for many. In particular, her role sees her support the community of Haverhill through her weekly presence at the Haverhill Hub.