Pam Smith shares her experience of volunteering for Hospiscare for over nineteen years
Our volunteers are a vital part of our charity and we have been following government guidance to welcome them back safely
People come to volunteering for all sorts of reasons. For Kelly, Hospiscare holds a special place in her heart due to the care and support we gave her step-dad, Malcolm.
After moving to Exmouth five years ago, Denise Watkins made the spontaneous choice to volunteer in the Exmouth shop.
After working as a Hospiscare sales advisor for 10 years, Lori Seymour decided to put her skills to good use in her retirement by volunteering in her local Hospiscare shop.
Jack was nervous about helping customers when he first began volunteering at the Hospiscare shop in Exeter but he soon found his confidence.
We rely on the support of our wonderful volunteers but did you know there are lots of ways volunteering benefits you too?
Volunteers help our charity in so many different ways and the Hospiscare warehouse in Exeter has a wide range of volunteering opportunities.
After losing both of her parents to cancer, Liz Crosfield moved to Seaton and felt ready to give something back to the community.
Di Davies shares why she has dedicated nearly 27 years of volunteering to Hospiscare.