As a street or store collector you represent the public image of The Myton Hospices’.
At Myton we are always looking for creative fundraising ideas and new ways to tell people about what we do. We are very excited about getting students involved in our work and are looking for individuals to volunteer and help raise money for us.
So, rather than watching Jeremy Kyle, why don’t you put your spare time to good use and volunteer for us? Not only will you be doing your ‘bit’ but you will also gain experience and skills which are vital to compete in the competitive job market.
By helping The Myton Hospices you will be making a real difference to the patients and families we look after.
1 Volunteering is a great way to gain skills and experience in a wide spectrum of fields, which is a brilliant way to impress future universities and employees with your UCAS applications and CVs.
2 Volunteering can be really fun and it is brilliant way to meet new people and make new friends.
3 You will be helping an amazing charity and can reap the rewards of the FEEL-GOOD-FACTOR- YAY! :)
To find out more contact Lucy Turner on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01926 492 518.
Become a Collection Tin Co-ordinator
This role involves developing relationships with local businesses and placing and changing their collection tins. We raise £60,000 a year in this way.
Read about how volunteering for us helped Ruth gain new skills and find a job