Cornwall Hospice Care

Cornwall Hospice Care
Porthpean Road
St Austell
Cornwall
PL26 6AB
United Kingdom

Tel: 01726 65711

About Cornwall Hospice Care

Cornwall Hospice Care is a leading independent Cornish charity providing specialised care, free of charge, to patients with life limiting illnesses aged 18 and over at two Cornwall based hospices - Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell and St Julia's Hospice in Hayle.

The nursing teams care for people with a range of illnesses from cancer to heart and lung disease and Motor Neurone disease.

Volunteers are at the very heart of Cornwall Hospice Care, and without them, we simply would not be able to run our hospices. Our volunteers come from all sorts of backgrounds, and give incredibly valuable support across a wide range of different activities, from welcoming visitors in the hospice to helping with house clearances. All volunteers help us provide the highest possible level of care for our patients and their families and carers.

Volunteering with us is a great way to meet others, give something back to your community, gain new skills and experience, and do something really worthwhile and enjoyable. All you need is some spare time, energy and enthusiasm!

 

4 jobs with Cornwall Hospice Care

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  • Charity Shop Assistant

    West Cornwall Cornwall Hospice Care

    Our friendly shop volunteers help our stores run efficiently by sorting donated goods, arranging displays, serving customers and helping on the till.

  • Hospice Recepionist

    Hayle, Cornwall Cornwall Hospice Care

    Reception volunteers play an important role in the hospice by offering a warm welcome to visitors, providing hospitality and answering the telephone.

  • Hospice Ward Volunteer

    Hayle, Cornwall Cornwall Hospice Care

    Ward volunteers play an important role in the hospice by serving meals and drinks, chatting to patients and relatives and doing light domestic duties.

  • Hospice Recepionist

    Hayle, Cornwall Cornwall Hospice Care

    Reception volunteers play an important role in the hospice by offering a warm welcome to visitors, providing hospitality and answering the telephone.