Volunteers are not paid.
Not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless!
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TO BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER A PERSON MUST:
Be prepared to come in at a suitably arranged time for an interview Be prepared to attend our next scheduled Orientation morning (10h00 to 12h30 +/-) Be prepared to be flexible in order to assist where needed most Be prepared to be reliable and committed
If interested in joining our Care Giving or Bereavement team A PERSON MUST: Be willing to:attend the necessary course at our central office in Kenilworth Be prepared to pay for this course, this R500.00 fee is refundable after a years service Be prepared for good company, joy and laughter while giving something back!
Please complete the Volunteer Application form email / fax prior to, or bring to your interview
Volunteer Application Form: (click to print & complete)
Volunteer Application Form: (click to complete online)
Volunteer_Courses_Available: (Click to view)
Next Volunteer Orientation morning (By invitation) Monday 23rd October 2017 Should you be interested in attending the Orientation morning please contact our office
''The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it''
Assist with reception duties Assist in our charity shops Assist at events if needed
Join our Bereavement team Become a Caregiver Offer your catering services
OTHER WAYS TO ASSIST
Support our charity shops Make a donation Donate your services
Add a bequest to your will Create crafts for our shops Support Hospice functions
SUPPORT OUR CHARITY SHOPS
SHOP ITEMS NEEDED Clothing Adults & Children, Shoes, Accessories, Crockery, Cutlery, Pots & Pans, Bric-a-Brac, Electrical goods & Appliances in working order
Books, Magazines, Puzzles, Stationery, Toys, Linen, Wool & Haberdashery, Furniture, Lights, Garden Tools.
Jewellery, Pictures & Paintings Records, everything and anything
SCHOOL PARTICIPATION In the times in which we live many of your pupils may have encountered or had to deal with the death of a family member or friend.
It is sometimes difficult to talk of death or dying and may be especially so when children or youth are involved.
By pupils being associated with St Luke's Hospice West Coast, be it by collecting donations on our behalf or in school community projects we hope they may become less stressed when faced with death and grow in awareness from their connection to our work.
We would like to encourage schools to help pupils become aware of the beneficial role that St Luke's Hospice plays both to patients during their illness as well as to the extended family so that death can be seen as part of living.
IDEAS FOR PUPILS TO ASSIST Collect goods e.g. clothing, bric-a-brac, books, toys etc for sale in either of our two charity shops.
Sell hand made crafts or hold a cake sale at school or at their local shopping centre (where permission obtained).
A school “Civvies” day to collect funds for St Luke’s Hospice West Coast.
Work a shift during school holidays in one of our charity shops as part of their community service (with parents permission).
Organize a Christmas Table at their local shopping centre to raise funds on our behalf (with permission).
Christmas time is a busy time for all, a gift wrapped by a smiling young face on behalf of St Luke’s Hospice would no doubt be welcomed.
Should your school pupils wish to become involved in raising funds on behalf of St Luke's Hospice West Coast or should your school staff require further information about our organisation or if you would like us to hold a talk at your school we would welcome your inquiry. Please contact St Luke's Hospice West Coast.
Volunteers have hearts of gold Helping people young and old Always giving, always sharing Volunteers....Are always caring