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Event Support

Event Support
Saint Michael's Hospice
Description of the role:

Volunteers support events, both those organised by Saint Michael's, and by our supporters in the community. This role is flexible and dates when support is required will be made available to volunteers in advance, allowing them to identify convenient dates.

Key Tasks:
Serving and supporting the sale of refreshments
Manning raffle stands, selling tickets or operating a stall
To support the events team and supporters with all reasonable requests made
Being a 'face' for the hospice on information stands and on the door/gate of an event taking tickets and money where required
To endorse and champion the work of Saint Michael's Hospice, emphasising the need to adhere to Health and Safety guidance and providing effective communication and promotion of fundraising activity Line Manager: Fundraising Event Manager

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

Volunteers need to have the following attributes: Able to volunteer unsupervised and on own initiative Good organisational skills Reliable andy Able to communicate in a courteous manner with supporters Able to handle and count money To adhere to all policies and procedures laid down by the Hospice Knowledge of hospice purpose and activity

Practical information:

Weekend availability would be essential for most events, happy to stand for several hours


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Additional Information
DBS check needed: Yes
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Ages 18+
Is this role wheelchair accessible?: No
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Last updated: 18.11.2019
Organisation Information

Saint Michael's Hospice offers a range of specialist services to help local people living with terminal illness achieve the best possible quality of life. Services offered from the Hospice include: lymphoedema support, day therapy, inpatient care, support for families and carers, bereavement support. Patient services are delivered by a team of specialists, including consultants, dieticians, doctors, nurses, social workers, complementary therapists, chaplains, physiotherapist, psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers and support workers. This team works in partnership with other health and social care professionals involved with patients to ensure all care is personalised to meet a persons particular needs.

Charity number: 518905