See for yourself the different ways that our brilliant volunteers keep the joy alive.
Kirsty offers support to a family in Aberdeen as a CHAS Home Support volunteer.
Kirsty explains how supporting with housework makes an impact on the family that she supports and on her.
31 year old, Ellie, lives in Renton and has been volunteering at Robin House in Balloch for just over a year.
We caught up with her to find out what being a volunteer means to her and hear about her experiences with CHAS.
George has been volunteering in the CHAS shop in Kinross since 2018.
George has gained confidence and key experiences to add to his CV through volunteering with CHAS.
Beth is a complementary therapist volunteer at Rachel House.
Beth runs her own therapy business and donates her unique skills and talents to make a real impact on families.
Niamh started volunteering for CHAS in 2019 as a kitchen volunteer at Rachel House.
During the pandemic, Niamh has volunteered as a letter writer and sends regular letters to two young people who are supported by CHAS.
George first got involved with CHAS in 2018 as a fundraising group member.
In 2021 George started volunteering as a Virtual Challenges Ambassador. This involves encouraging and cheering on those taking part in a challenge event on Facebook.
Tracy has been volunteering with CHAS for almost 20 years.
Hear about Tracy's experiences with CHAS and how volunteering has changed over the past two decades.
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Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (known as CHAS) is a Scottish charity, SC019724, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).
CHAS is a company limited by guarantee and is registered in Scotland, SC136410. VAT Registration number 214 8303 34.
Registered Office: Head Office, Canal Court, 42 Craiglockhart Avenue, Edinburgh EH14 1LT.