Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, make friends and have fun!
Volunteer roles vary to suit all sorts of interests and skill sets. You may want to be part of a patient facing role, or one where patients are not involved. You may want to volunteer regularly or on an ad hoc basis. Whatever your choice of role or reason for volunteering, we look forward to receiving your application.
Support and training will be given wherever necessary, and you’ll soon be making a difference to the lives of others in whichever role you do for St Luke’s.
Volunteering gives me a great sense of satisfaction Each day, hundreds of people visit St... Read more
We have lots of vacancies at St Luke's, here are just a few of the ways you can help. Read more
Please complete this short form and take your first step to becoming a St Luke's volunteer. Read more
Volunteering is just as important to St Luke's as donations, but there are benefits for those... Read more
Lucy Allen decided to volunteer at her local St Luke's Hospice shop in Northwich whilst studying... Read more
Geraldine Pickup decided to follow in the footsteps of some of her friends by becoming a... Read more
Shortly before Christmas 2014, Dan Martin’s wife received end of life care at St Luke’s and... Read more
When Joan Perry took early retirement from the NHS where she worked as a Community Nurse, she... Read more
When Chris Banfi's friend asked her if she would be interested in joining her for a few hours... Read more
Happy-go- lucky Sandra Millward, from Moulton, has been volunteering at St Luke’s Furnishings,... Read more
Karen has been volunteering on the In Care ward for 17 years, also being on the rota for the... Read more
In 2013 Gareth Underhill and his wife Catherine Holligan moved to Shavington in Crewe. Quite... Read more