Willen Hospice desperately needs volunteers to help run its shops and raise money to support the valuable service and care it provides.
To raise awareness the Hospice is using national Volunteer Week from June 6-12, to highlight the huge contribution volunteers make to the charity and to encourage others to consider taking on a volunteering role n a Willen Hospice shop.
The shops in Newport Pagnell, Stony Stratford, Olney, Leighton Buzzard, Bletchley, Towcester, Kiln Farm and Buckingham, all help to raise vital funds to support the
specialist end-of-life care provided at the hospice.
Kerry Harris, manager of the Willen Hospice shops in Newport Pagnell and Olney, said: “We’ve got an amazing team of volunteers here at Willen Hospice and we’re so incredibly grateful for their
support. However, all our shops are in desperate need of more volunteers to help keep those shops open and raising money to support our care. Volunteering is not only a great way to do
something to support the incredible work at Willen Hospice, it can also help improve work skills, help people get experience and be an opportunity to meet new friends.“
To find out more about volunteering at Willen Hospice visit
www.willen-hospice.org.uk/volunteer, call into one of the shops or phone 01908 306998.