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Volunteering

Make a difference

Our challenge is to make sure that cancer treatment is accessible to all, which is why we need people like you to volunteer, in whatever way you can.

There are many ways to get involved – speaking at a local event, admin support at our head office (or remotely), taking photos for us or collecting donations and meeting fundraisers as a Hope for Tomorrow representative. Hours, days or months – any time you give really makes a difference.

Make a difference

Our challenge is to make sure that cancer treatment is accessible to all, which is why we need people like you to volunteer, in whatever way you can.

There are many ways to get involved – speaking at a local event, admin support at our head office (or remotely), taking photos for us or collecting donations and meeting fundraisers as a Hope for Tomorrow representative. Hours, days or months – any time you give really makes a difference.

Why volunteer?

All our volunteers have their own reasons for being part of the Hope for Tomorrow team but here are just some of the benefits of helping:

  • you’ll make a meaningful difference to people affected by cancer.
  • volunteering can help you develop your confidence and interpersonal skills.
  • you’ll be working with a friendly team, have the chance to make new friends and meet a diverse group of people
  • it looks good on your CV! New skills and outside interests will be attractive to employers.
  • your contribution will be valued and respected.
  • and you’ll become part of the Hope for Tomorrow community.

To find out more about our volunteering opportunities call 01666 505055 or email volunteer@hopefortomorrow.org.uk

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