St Cuthberts Hospice

Over three decades ago, a group of Durham residents came together for a common cause. They saw the absence of care and support available for those coming to the end of their lives and decided to take action. Thanks to their many years of fundraising and dedication, St Cuthbert’s Hospice first opened its doors in 1988 to provide services, free of charge, for those with advanced illness and those approaching the end of their lives.

At the heart of St Cuthbert’s Hospice is the individual who is seen as a unique person deserving of respect and dignity. Our aim is to support each person, and their family and friends, helping them to make informed choices and decisions affecting their lives.

Active opportunities

Volunteer Retail Assistant

Spennymoor   Crook/Willington   Chester le Street   Durham City  
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Everything in Place Support Volunteer

Volunteering from Home   Durham City  
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Retail Driver

Durham City  
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Laundry Assistant

Durham City  
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Day Services Minibus Driver

Durham City  
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Online Shop Volunteer

Meadowfield  
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Namaste Care Volunteer

Spennymoor   Langley Park   Crook/Willington   Chester le Street   Meadowfield   Durham City  
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Community Outreach Volunteer

Chester le Street  
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Painter and Decorator

Spennymoor   Langley Park   Crook/Willington   Chester le Street   Meadowfield   Durham City  
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Patient Driver

Spennymoor   Langley Park   Crook/Willington   Chester le Street   Meadowfield   Durham City  
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                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  'Various  shift  times  available',
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                      'We  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.\n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed.',
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                      'From  this  role  you  could  gain  experience  of  customer  services,  money  handling,  merchandising  and  processing  and  pricing  stock.  You  can  also  gain  an  awareness  of  Hospice  care  and  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  health  and  safety  and  gift  aid.  \n\nYou  will  have  the  opportunity  to  meet  new  people  and  become  part  of  a  friendly,  caring  team.  \n',
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                    name:  'Everything  in  Place  Support  Volunteer',
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                      'The  Everything  in  Place  (EiP)  project  aims  to  encourage  conversations  for  individuals  (and  within  families),  regarding  informed  decision  making  in  respect  of  planning  ‘a  good  death’.      Given  the  diverse  audience  requirements,  EiP  sessions  will  always  be  supported  by  at  least  1  volunteer,  virtual  sessions  may  have  more.\n\nVolunteers  report  to  the  Community  Liaison  Officer/EiP  Project  Manager.    EiP  volunteers  assist  with  the  delivery  of  the  programme  either  during  face  to  face  meetings  or  virtual  sessions.    An  important  part  of  the  volunteer  role  is  to  welcome  people  into  the  sessions,  look  after  delegates  by  making  sure  the  room  is  setup  properly  and  refreshments  are  available.  Priority  is  given  to  the  care  and  support  of  anyone  who  might  find  parts  of  the  course  challenging  or  upsetting.    This  would  be  the  same  during  virtual  sessions,  however  the  procedure  would  be  different,  in  that  they  might  have  to  go  into  a  ‘breakout’  area  with  the  delegate  and  have  similar  supportive  conversations.  \n',
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                    contactTelephone:  '01913746169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF.',
                    hours:
                      'Hours  vary  depending  on  the  amount  of  sessions  you  support.',
                    startDate:  2023-01-04T00:00:00.000Z,
                    endDate:  2025-01-31T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
                      'The  role  of  the  volunteer  is  to  support  the  delegates  in  their  learning  experience  including  the  following:\n•\tRoom  preparation/layout/clearance\n•\tSupport  delegates  and  Session  lead\n•\tReport  any  concerns  to  Session  lead\n•\tWork  with  Session  lead  to  keep  conversations  flowing\n•\tEncourage  conversations,  anecdotes  and  shared  learning\n•\tKnow  which  documents  should  be  given  out  and  when  \n•\tMake  sure  registration  and  evaluation  forms  are  fully  completed\n•\tServe  refreshments\n\nIt  is  essential  that  the  session  lead  always  has  support,  due  to  the  nature  of  the  discussions  it  is  not  unusual  for  people  to  become  tearful  or  upset,  sometimes  expected,  sometimes  unexpected  –  triggers  can  come  from  anywhere.    We  need  volunteers  to  ‘look  out’  for  delegates  that  might  be  struggling;  it  might  be  an  emotional  issue  or  maybe  understanding  the  concept  of  the  message,  delivery  is  very  much  a  team  effort.\n\nIn  time  there  is  an  expectation  that  volunteers  understand  and  become  familiar  with  course  information,  and  that  volunteers  can  comfortably  support  delegates  with  difficult  conversations.  Volunteers  may  also  get  the  opportunity  to  deliver  parts  of  a  session,  read  a  poem,  ask  a  specific  question  etc.    If  volunteers  feel  suitably  confident  there  is  no  reason  that  they  could  not  deliver  full  sessions  in  the  future.    This  would  help  with  sustainability  and  in  times  of  staff  emergency.\n',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'This  role  will  suit  people  who  are…\n•\tFriendly,  calm,  supportive  of  delegates/colleagues\n•\tGood  at  observing  and  listening\n•\tPatient  and  non-judgemental,  everyone’s  opinion  is  valid,  no  right  or  wrong  answers\n•\tChatty  and  able  to  keep  the  conversations  going\n•\tInterested  in  other  people’s  stories,  life  journeys  and  peer  learning.    Sharing  examples  of  good  and  bad  practice  supports  our  key  messages\n•\tReliable  in  attendance\n\nIt  is  also  essential  that  you  can  demonstrate  our  Hospice  values  of  Compassion,  Respect,  Integrity,  Professionalism,  Choice  and  Reputation.  They  define  who  we  are  and  what  we  do  as  a  high  quality  care  provider  and  high  quality  place  to  volunteer.\n',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'Face  to  face  sessions  are  delivered  in  various  locations  in  County  Durham.\n\nOnline  sessions  can  be  supported  from  the  comfort  of  your  own  home  in  a  quiet  space  free  of  interruptions.\n\nProgramme  timetables  and  locations  are  set  up  by  the  EiP  Project  Manager  and  discussed  with  the  volunteer.',
                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'Every  volunteer  must  partake  in  a  full  EiP  Course  before  making  a  decision  to  formally  commit  to  the  role.  The  sessions  are  diverse  and  volunteers  should  already  be  in  a  mind-set  where  they  can  cope  with  unforeseen  situations,  make  decisions,  pre-empt,  and  react  to  group  dynamics.\n\nVolunteers  will  have  the  full  support  of  the  Session  lead,  and  will  also  support  each  other.    \n\nIn  addition,  we  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.\n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed  (mileage  can  be  claimed  to  attend  face  to  face  sessions).',
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                      'Access  to  a  laptop  or  similar  with  a  good  internet  connection  and  a  quiet  space  free  of  interruptions  –  N.B.  for  online  EiP  sessions  only.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'It  is  important  to  understand  that  you  will  be  helping  families  and  individuals  to  make  informed  decisions  about  their  future  care  needs,  sharing  their  wishes,  developing  plans  and  preparing  legal  documents.  This  opportunity  will  give  you  the  knowledge  that  you  are  supporting  people  to  have  a  good  death.',
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                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '01913746169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  '8.45am  -  3.30pm',
                    startDate:  2021-03-12T11:56:47.693Z,
                    endDate:  2025-03-12T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
                      '•\tCollecting  and  delivering  saleable  furniture  and  goods  to  our  8  retail  shops\n•\tAssisting  with  the  safe  disposal  of  stock  and  waste\n•\tEnsuring  the  accurate  completion  of  daily  travel  logs\n•\tDelivering  excellent  customer  services  to  customers,  donors  and  supporters\n•\tEnsuring  all  donations/stock  are  handled  correctly\n•\tPromoting  Gift  Aid  to  our  donors\n•\tAttending  Retail  Driver  meetings  to  receive  updates  on  Hospice  news,  procedure  and  practice\n•\tRaising  the  profile  of  the  Hospice  by  being  an  ambassador  in  the  local  community\n•\tComplying  with  Retail  and  Transport  procedures  and  guidelines,  current  legislation  and  Health  &  Safety  regulations  at  all  times\n•\tUndertaking  any  other  reasonable  duties  that  may  be  requested  by  the  Retail  Team  Manager/  Retail  Co-ordinator\n',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'You  should  have:\n•\tA  full  clean  driving  licence\n•\tMinimum  of  1  years  driving  experience\n•\tAbility  to  lift  heavy  items\n\nThere  are  no  other  specific  skills  or  training  required  to  undertake  this  role,  as  full  induction  and  training  will  be  provided.  \n\nThis  role  will  suit  people  who  are…\n•\taged  25+\n•\tfriendly  and  helpful\n•\thonest  and  reliable\n•\tphysically  fit\n•\table  to  work  alone  or  as  part  of  a  team\n\nIt  is  also  essential  that  you  can  demonstrate  our  values  of  Compassion,  Respect,  Integrity,  Professionalism,  Choice  and  Reputation.  They  define  who  we  are  and  what  we  do  as  a  high  quality  care  provider  and  high  quality  place  to  volunteer.\n',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'There  are  shifts  available  Monday  -  Friday,  8.45am  -  3.30pm.\n\nYou  will  start  and  finish  your  day  at  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF,  with  travel  to  customers  and  donors  in  the  Durham  area  and  to  our  8  shops  based  in  Chester-Le-Street,  Crook,  Durham,  Houghton-Le-Spring,  Langley  Moor,  Langley  Park,  Meadowfield  and  Spennymoor.\n',
                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'We  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.\n\nSupport  will  be  available  from  the  Retail  Coordinator  and  the  retail  team.\n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'From  this  role  you  could  gain  experience  of  customer  services  and  retail  logistics.  You  can  also  gain  an  awareness  of  Hospice  care  and  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  health  and  safety  and  gift  aid.  \n\nYou  will  have  the  opportunity  to  meet  new  people  and  become  part  of  a  friendly,  caring  team.  \n',
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                {  _id:  '1249',
                    name:  'Laundry  Assistant',
                    shortDescription:
                      'As  a  Laundry  Volunteer  you  will  help  to  ensure  that  the  Hospice  laundry  is  clean,  pressed  and  ready  for  use.  Your  support  helps  our  staff  to  be  ready  to  care  for  our  patients  and  ensures  that  our  patients  have  a  comfortable  visit  or  stay.',
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                    locations:
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                              name:  'Durham  City'  },
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                    active:  true,
                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '0191  374  6169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF.',
                    hours:  'Ideally  2  -  3  per  week',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
                    startDate:  2023-05-03T15:18:42.981Z,
                    endDate:  2025-05-03T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
                      '•\tEnsuring  all  linen  is  pressed  using  the  rotary  iron,  following  instructions  given,\n•\tPutting  linen  in  the  correct  places  in  the  laundry  room\n•\tEnsuring  that  the  laundry  room  is  kept  clean,  tidy,  and  well-organised  at  all  times',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'There  are  no  specific  skills  or  training  required  to  undertake  this  role,  as  full  induction  and  training  will  be  provided.  ',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'To  be  discussed  with  Guest  Services  Manager  but  ideally  once  per  week.\n\n2-  3  hour  shifts  available  Monday  –  Saturday  10.00am  –  4.00pm\n\nIn  our  laundry  room  at  St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice.\n',
                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'Support  will  be  available  from  the  Guest  Services  Manager  and  other  members  of  the  Guest  Services  team.\n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'From  this  role  you  could  gain  experience  of  carrying  out  general  laundry  tasks.  You  can  also  gain  an  awareness  of  Hospice  care  and  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice.  \n\nYou  will  have  the  opportunity  to  meet  new  people  and  become  part  of  a  friendly,  caring  team.  \n',
                    otherInfo:
                      'As  a  volunteer  you  will  be  expected  to  comply  with  Hospice  Policies  and  Procedures  relevant  to  your  role  and  to  maintain  confidentiality.  ',
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                {  _id:  '1307',
                    name:  'Day  Services  Minibus  Driver',
                    shortDescription:
                      'We  are  looking  for  volunteers  to  support  our  Living  Well  Centre  and  its  guests  in  providing  safe  transportation  to  and  from  the  Hospice  and  running  errands  for  the  clinical  team.  The  support  you  provide  will  allow  us  to  effectively  support  people  to  live  well  with  life-limiting  conditions.',
                    created:  2022-07-01T15:30:19.151Z,
                    orgId:  '10095',
                    locations:
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                    active:  true,
                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '0191  374  6169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  'To  be  discussed  with  the  Day  Services  Manager',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
                    startDate:  2022-07-01T15:30:19.151Z,
                    endDate:  2024-07-01T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
                      '•\tTransporting  guests  to  and  from  the  Hospice  in  a  safe  and  timely  manner\n•\tUndertaking  Minibus  Driver  Awareness  Scheme  (MiDAS)  training\n•\tAssisting  guests  on  and  off  the  minibus\n•\tEnsuring  that  guests  are  fastened  into  the  minibus  correctly  and  securely  in  accordance  with  MiDAS  training\n•\tMaintaining  the  comfort  and  safety  of  guests  being  transported\n•\tTaking  into  account  a  patient’s  individual  needs  and  offer  assistance  as  required.  This  may  include  the  transportation  of  oxygen  and  mobility  equipment\n•\tCompleting  the  vehicle  checklist  prior  to  each  use  to  ensure  the  vehicle  conforms  to  all  legal  and  safety  requirements\n•\tReporting  any  faults  with  the  vehicle  to  the  Day  Services  Manager\n•\tProviding  proof  of  current  and  up  to  date  driving  licence\n•\tAdhering  to  all  health  and  safety  and  infection  control  policies;  including  the  use  of  personal  protective  equipment  (PPE)  as  appropriate  and  as  instructed\n•\tKeeping  accurate  records  of  journeys  and  mileage  undertaken',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'This  role  will  suit  people  who  are…\n\n•\tFriendly  and  helpful\n•\tHonest  and  reliable\n•\tAble  to  work  alone  or  as  part  of  a  team\n\nIt  is  also  essential  that  you  can  demonstrate  our  values  of  Compassion,  Respect,  Integrity,  Professionalism,  Choice  and  Reputation.  They  define  who  we  are  and  what  we  do  as  a  high  quality  care  provider  and  high  quality  place  to  volunteer.\n\nYou  must  be  aged  25  or  over  \n\nYou  should  have:\n•\tA  full  clean  driving  licence\n•\tMinimum  of  1  years  driving  experience\n•\tA  sound  understanding  of  the  importance  of  maintain  confidentiality',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'Monday  –  Friday  at  varying  times.  To  be  discussed  with  the  Day  Services  Manager\n\nYou  will  start  and  finish  your  day  at  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF  with  travel  to  and  from  our  guests  homes  in  the  Durham  area.',
                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'The  Hospice  will  provide  you  with  any  necessary  information  regarding  the  guests  who  use  our  Living  Well  Centre.  Full  guidance  and  support  will  be  given  to  give  you  an  understanding  of  how  to  manage  an  emergency  situation.  MiDAS  training  will  be  provided  by  the  Hospice.\n\nWe  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'From  this  role  you  can  gain  experience  of  minibus  driving  and  basic  patient  care.  You  can  also  gain  an  awareness  of  Hospice  care  and  the  care  that  we  provide  at  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice.  \n\nYou  will  have  the  opportunity  to  meet  new  people  and  become  part  of  a  friendly,  caring  team.  ',
                    otherInfo:
                      'A  Disclosure  and  Barring  Service  (DBS)  check  is  required  for  this  volunteer  role  ',
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                {  _id:  '1320',
                    name:  'Online  Shop  Volunteer',
                    shortDescription:
                      'We  are  looking  for  volunteers  to  support  us  with  selling  our  donated  and  new  goods  stock  online  to  raise  vital  income  for  the  Hospice.  The  income  raised  will  help  the  Hospice  to  improve  the  availability  of,  and  access  to,  end  of  life  care.',
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                    active:  true,
                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '01913746169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  '',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
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                    endDate:  2025-01-31T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
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                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'We  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.\n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'From  this  role  you  could  gain  experience  of  customer  services,  researching  price  points  and  selling  items  online.  You  can  also  gain  an  awareness  of  Hospice  care  and  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  health  and  safety  and  gift  aid.  \n\nYou  will  have  the  opportunity  to  meet  new  people  and  become  part  of  a  friendly,  caring  team.  ',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'This  role  will  suit  people  who  are…\n•\tfriendly  and  helpful\n•\thonest  and  reliable\n•\tenthusiastic  with  a  willingness  to  learn\n•\table  to  work  as  part  of  a  team\n\nIt  is  also  essential  that  you  can  demonstrate  our  values  of  Compassion,  Respect,  Integrity,  Professionalism,  Choice  and  Reputation.  They  define  who  we  are  and  what  we  do  as  a  high  quality  care  provider  and  high  quality  place  to  volunteer.\n\nThere  are  no  specific  skills  or  training  required  to  undertake  this  role,  as  full  induction  and  training  will  be  provided  but  we  would  suggest  that  you  have  basic  IT  skills.  Support  will  be  available  from  the  Retail  Manager/Supervisor/Assistant  and  other  members  of  the  shop  and  retail  team.',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'Times  are  to  be  discussed  with  the  Retail  Manager  but  ideally  once  per  week  during  shop  opening  hours.  Monday  –  Friday  9.30am  –  4.30pm,  Saturday  9.30am  –  1.30pm\n\nLocation  is  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice  Meadowfield  Furniture  &  Homeware  Store,  12A  Oakway  Court,  Meadowfield  Industrial  Estate,  DH7  8XD\n',
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                {  _id:  '1365',
                    name:  'Namaste  Care  Volunteer',
                    shortDescription:
                      'Namaste  Care  is  an  internationally  recognised  programme  using  sensory  based  techniques  which  provide  comfort  and  support  to  people  with  dementia.  It  is  not  a  medical  treatment,  the  word  Namaste  expresses  a  wish  to  ‘honour  the  spirit  within’  and  describes  a  way  of  engaging  positively  and  meaningfully  in  later  stages  of  dementia.\n\nThe  role  of  the  Namaste  Care  Volunteer  is  to  be  ‘matched’  with  a  person  with  dementia  living  at  home  with  their  carer,  to  provide  sensory  based  techniques  which  provide  comfort  and  support.',
                    created:  2022-11-09T10:19:14.537Z,
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                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '0191  374  6169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  'Two  hours  per  week',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
                    startDate:  2022-11-09T10:19:14.537Z,
                    endDate:  2024-11-09T00:00:00.000Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
                      '•\tLooking  through  a  memory  box  of  familiar  objects  and  pictures\n•\tCompleting  Life  Story  Work  with  the  person  and  their  carer\n•\tReading  a  favourite  book/poem\n•\tListening  to  favourite  songs  and  pleasantly  stimulating  sounds\n•\tUsing  favourite  and  seasonal  fragrances\n•\tRelaxing  hand  massage  and  hair  brushing\n•\tDemonstrating  the  techniques  so  that  the  carer  can  learn  new  ways  of  engaging  and  communicating  with  the  person  they  care  for.',
                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      '•\tTo  treat  people  as  unique  and  promote  their  individuality\n•\tClear  and  sensitive  communication  skills\n•\tPatience  and  empathy\n•\tReliable,  dependable  and  enthusiastic\n•\tCaring,  sympathetic,  sensitive  and  non-  judgemental  approach\n•\tRespectful  of  confidential  information\n•\tAbility  to  recognise  and  volunteer  within  your  own  limitations  and  that  of  the  role,  asking  for  advice  and  help  as  needed.\n•\tAn  interest  in  dementia  and  finding  ways  of  communicating  when  verbal  skills  are  diminished',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      '•\tVolunteers  should  be  available  for  a  minimum  of  6  months\n•\tTwo  hours  per  week  with  one  person  with  dementia  and  their  carer,  in  their  own  home.',
                    supportOfferedExpenses:
                      'Full  training  will  be  provided,  and  volunteers  will  receive  regular  feedback  sessions  with  the  Namaste  Coordinator.\n\nWe  value  our  volunteers  and  want  your  experience  to  be  both  positive  and  fulfilling.    We  offer  a  comprehensive  induction  programme  and  any  appropriate  instruction,  guidance  or  training  to  assist  you  in  your  volunteer  role.    We  ask  that  any  essential  training  is  completed  either  prior  to  you  starting  with  us  or  within  three  months  of  starting.  \n\nAny  agreed  out  of  pocket  expenses  that  are  incurred  when  carrying  out  your  volunteer  role  will  be  reimbursed.',
                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'As  a  Namaste  Care  Volunteer,  you  could  gain:\n•\tHealth  care  experience\n•\tExperience  in  a  palliative  care  environment\n•\tThe  knowledge  that  you  will  be  helping  to  make  every  day  count  for  people  affected  by  life-limiting  illness\n',
                    otherInfo:
                      'As  a  volunteer  you  will  be  expected  to  comply  with  Hospice  Policies  and  Procedures  relevant  to  your  role  and  to  maintain  confidentiality.  ',
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                {  _id:  '1389',
                    name:  'Community  Outreach  Volunteer',
                    shortDescription:
                      'Responsible  to  the  Community  Outreach  Manager,  the  Community  Outreach  Volunteer  assists  with  the  running  of  sessions  designed  to  support  those  affected  by  life-limiting  illnesses  to  live  well  in  their  community.  Session  topics  could  include  dementia  support,  educational  activities,  meditation,  help  with  finances/benefits  and  many  more.',
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                    contactPerson:  'Claire  Sewell',
                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '0191  374  6169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF.',
                    hours:  '3-4  hours',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
                    startDate:  2023-01-18T19:38:31.270Z,
                    endDate:  2025-01-31T19:38:31.270Z,
                    whatYouWillBeDoing:
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                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
                      'This  role  will  suit  people  who…\n•\tAre  friendly,  calm  and  supportive\n•\tHave  good  observational  and  listening  skills  \n•\tAre  patient  and  non-judgemental\n•\tAre  good  communicators\n•\tInterested  in  other  people’s  stories,  life  journeys  and  peer  learning  and  support\n•\tReliable  in  attendance\n\nIt  is  also  essential  that  you  can  demonstrate  our  values  of  Compassion,  Respect,  Integrity,  Professionalism,  Choice  and  Reputation.  They  define  who  we  are  and  what  we  do  as  a  high  quality  care  provider  and  high  quality  place  to  volunteer.\n\nExperience  of  caring  for  someone  with  an  advanced  illness  and  a  knowledge  of  end  of  life  care  would  be  beneficial  but  not  essential  as  full  training  and  support  will  be  given.',
                    whenAndWhere:
                      'Availability  to  be  discussed  and  agreed  with  the  Community  Outreach  Manager  or  Community  Outreach  Coordinator  but  ideally  one  session  per  week.\n\nVarious  locations  across  Chester-Le-Street.',
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                    volunteerBenefits:
                      'From  this  role  you  will  gain  the  knowledge  that  you  will  be  helping  to  make  every  day  count  for  people  affected  by  life-limiting  illness  and  promoting  the  concept  of  compassionate  communities.  You  will  have  an  opportunity  to  learn  new  skills,  build  social  networks,  share  experiences  and  skills  and  be  recognised  for  the  contribution  you  make.',
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                    name:  'Painter  and  Decorator',
                    shortDescription:
                      'Responsible  to  the  Central  Support  Team,  the  Volunteer  Painter  &  Decorator  will  work  within  the  Central  Support  Services  Team  to  undertake  painting  &  decorating  duties  in  a  timely  and  efficient  manner.    ',
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                    contactEmail:  'volunteers@stcuthbertshospice.com',
                    contactTelephone:  '0191  374  6169',
                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF.',
                    hours:
                      'There  are  opportunities  available  Mon  -  Fri  9.30am  -  5.00pm',
                    websiteLink:
                      'https://www.stcuthbertshospice.com/how-you-can-help/become-a-volunteer/',
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                      'Times  to  be  discussed  with  the  Central  Support  team.  but  ideally  once  per  week.\n\nLocation  is  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF  with  occasional  travel  and  work  in  one  of  our  8  shops  in  County  Durham.',
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                    address:  'St  Cuthbert\'s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF',
                    hours:  'To  be  arranged  with  Day  Services  Manager',
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                    skillsExperienceAndQualitiesNeeded:
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                    whenAndWhere:
                      'Monday  –  Friday  at  varying  times.  To  be  discussed  with  the  Day  Services  Manager\n\nYou  will  start  and  finish  your  day  at  St  Cuthbert’s  Hospice,  Park  House  Road,  Durham,  DH1  3QF  with  travel  to  and  from  our  guests  homes  in  the  Durham  area.\n',
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