30 April 2020
Pictured (left to right): Richard McGee, Joe Modino, Rosie (dog), Roger Cable
Our CNWL Volunteering Service has produced a new leaflet, providing information on how you can make a difference during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The service is looking for people from across the community to help continue care to our services, support our service users, their carers, friends and family and our staff.
They are recruiting to the following roles to provide support anywhere across the Trust:
Community Reserve Volunteer
Volunteers are asked to help in the local community. Duties in this role include running errands, welfare checks or volunteer driving.
Emergency Response Volunteer
Volunteers support within our inpatient units. Duties in this role include supporting activities, sitting and chatting with people or helping during meal times.
Emergency Support volunteer
Volunteers can support in non-patient facing roles. Duties include answering the phone, photocopying documents or organising paperwork.
This list is not comprehensive, it indicates some of the roles undertaken by volunteers within the NHS. Volunteers often operate across various roles and can support most areas of work. We are always thinking about new, innovative and creative roles.
Get involved – Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can
If you would like to discuss how volunteers can support your team or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer you can email our
Trust Volunteer Services Manager and team at email@example.com or by filling out this simple form on Survey Monkey and someone in our service will be in contact with you www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/V6FVFD2
You can also visit our CNWL Volunteering page