" It’s a fantastic voluntary service to be part of and I would recommend becoming a volunteer. "
Volunteers needed - Ashfield, Mansfield, Newark & Sherwood
Do you have skills in IT skills, DIY, Gardening?
At Self Help UK we are always looking for volunteers:
Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Gateway Volunteer opportunity
In partnership with Self Help UK the Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Gateway offers emotional support and practical advice to local people affected by cancer. Our growing team of fantastic volunteers provide confidential one-to-one support to those living with and beyond cancer, family members and carers. Supporting people over the phone, meeting face to face for a coffee and a chat or offering more practical support.
If you would like to volunteer with us, please follow the steps below:
Complete: Online Application Form
Interview: A Beyond Diagnosis Coordinator will contact you to arrange an interview and send you a DBS pro forma
Training: You will be invited to a day training session as part of your application process. Once a volunteer with us, further training will be made available.
Match: Once we have your DBS clearance and you have completed your training session, a Beyond Diagnosis Coordinator will contact you to match you to a client.
Thank you so much for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
Celebrating our volunteers:
Self Help UK volunteers from Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Cancer Support Service, Deaf Cancer Support and our peer support group volunteer every week.
Find out about their amazing volunteer journey and the fantastic support they offer to so many in the community Self Help UK would like to say thanks for the hundreds of hours they commit to every week.
To all our fantastic volunteers THANK YOU
Eddie Dandy, Chair of the Trustee Board at Self Help UK says a Big Thank You! to all Self Help UK's volunteers and the contribution of volunteers everywhere.
Click here to read Eddie's Letter of Thanks
" I get a lot of enjoyment and fulfillment out of being able to help others, understanding from my own experience what they are going through and just being there for them, which they do really appreciate, much more than we often realise. "