What is Help at Home volunteering?

Help at Home volunteers provide vital practical support in the homes of families caring for children with life-threatening conditions.

This practical support ranges from things like gardening, decorating or any other tasks the family needs doing like, dog-walking; cooking; cleaning; shopping; sibling support and DIY.

This kind of support offers EACH families a needed reprieve and allows for more time to spend together.

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Why become a Help at Home volunteer?

Being a Help at Home volunteer means you can...

Build connections


Find purpose in everyday tasks


Spend time on your hobbies


Promote good mental health in yourself and others

Mental Health

Meet some of our Help at Home volunteers

“It’s so satisfying and worthwhile and I consider it such an important part of my life” – Janet says it is a privilege being part of EACH’s Help at Home service

Volunteer Janet Cracknell says it is a “real privilege” helping families and being part of a charity’s crucial Help at Home service. ...

“I know my grieving isn’t over – perhaps it will never end – but, to be frank, volunteering has been my lifesaver” – wife Val’s support inspired Alan to join EACH’s Help at Home team

A hard-working handyman has spoken of the tragic personal circumstances that inspired him to start volunteering. Former Scout leader Alan Campany offered ...

“It’s going to be hands-on and I have the opportunity to build a relationship with a family, which is very exciting” – nurse Marcia is excited to be part of EACH’s Help at Home service

Nurse Marcia Foy is itching to get started after signing up for a charity’s “invaluable” Help at Home service. The 57-year-old already ...

“It’s the start of a new year and no better time to make a resolution and help our amazing charity” – how you can support families by volunteering for EACH’s Help at Home service

Volunteers are being encouraged to make a new year’s resolution and play their part in supporting a leading children’s charity. East Anglia’s ...

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