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Volunteer Opportunities

There are so many ways to get involved!

You can see our current opportunities listed below.

Due to Covid-19 we are currently recruiting for a reduced number of roles. We are working on the safe re-introduction of volunteering roles in line with government guidelines and will provide all relevant guidance and materials required to undertake the roles safely. This means that volunteering roles may operate in a different way to ensure the safety of volunteers, staff and the families we support. We will continue to update our website with more volunteering roles as they become available.

If you haven't spotted a role below but are still interested in volunteering or have any questions about volunteering for CHAS please email volunteering@chas.org.uk.

If you have spotted a role that suits you below please complete our online application form:

Apply now to volunteer

  1. Capital Sci Fi Con Event Volunteer

    We need over 100 volunteers over the three days to help us make 2022 the best convention yet!

    Find out more...

  2. Rachel House or Robin House Hospice Garden Volunteer

    Volunteer gardeners are an integral part of the hospice garden team, planting, clearing leaves, cutting grass and making the garden a welcoming and relaxing environment for children and families.

    Find out more...

  3. Hospice Driver - Robin and Rachel House

    Drivers provide an essential CHAS service. They transport families who are using CHAS services, collect and deliver goods and at times provide transport for professional visitors to CHAS. If you love driving and want to use your skills for a great cause, this is the role for you!

    Find out more...

  4. Perth Action Team Member

    Join CHAS as an Action Team member in Perth and help fund our vital services. You can choose which volunteering opportunities to get involved in, from cheering at sporting events, collecting in your local supermarket or volunteering at black tie events.

    Find out more...

  5. Complementary Therapist - Robin and Rachel House

    Complementary therapists offer specialist therapy to parents as a method of relaxation during their stay in the hospice. On occasions therapists may be asked to work with affected children or siblings if they have the appropriate qualifications.

    Find out more...

If you want to talk to someone about your own situation or find out more about our services, please get in touch: