The volunteer will work in an area of Surrey local to them.

The role
1. To create a list of local venues where a collection tin could be placed
2. Ensure suitable places have a tin
3. Regularly collect the full tin when required and deliver contents to the office
4. Replace the tin as appropriate

Reports to
Promotions Manager/Fundraiser

Length of appointment
The role will run for a period of 12 months after which it may be extended with the agreement of both the volunteer and the Promotions Manager/Fundraiser.

Time commitment
Flexible, as required

What will you get in return?

• Full training on the work of the Brigitte Trust and on how to carry out the role
• Extensive support and supervision
• Making a difference to those diagnosed with a terminal illness and their families
• Meeting people and working as part of an enthusiastic team
• Building confidence
• Social interaction
• Reimbursement of out of pocket expenses as outlined in our volunteer policy

What skills do I need?

Who are we looking for?

• A friendly approach
• Good local knowledge
• Good communication skills
• Good organisational skills

  • Health and Hospices
  • Administration and Office
  • Fundraising


When can I volunteer?

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Morning Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Afternoon Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Evening No No No No No No No

Availability Details

Flexible, as required

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