Community Champion

Represent EACH in the local community

In the future the role would involve the opportunity:
• To represent EACH at local events and speak publicly about the work of the hospice
• Collection of cheques on behalf of the charity and to attend cheque presentations
• Delivering talks to local community groups, schools, rotary clubs etc about the work of the charity and the ways in which they can help us
• Sharing your experience of EACH through networking with groups and individuals

Key Activities:
• To represent EACH with a focus initially on promoting the benefit to local businesses & EACH of them holding a purple collection pot to raise vital funds for EACH. (main focus during COVID-19 pandemic)
• Be the local point of contact for the businesses in your area, who hold EACH purple collection pots. This will involve collecting full pots and providing new ones to the business and dropping off the full pots to your local fundraising office.
• Sharing your experience of EACH through networking with groups and individuals to promote the work of EACH in the local community (following COVID-19 Volunteer Guidelines produced by EACH)

Personal Qualities / Attributes/ Knowledge:
• Able to work well as part of a team as well as independently
• Flexible
• Committed and reliable
• Confident to publicly speak/present
• The ability to work and interact with a variety of people

What will you get out of it?
• Travel expenses reimbursed (Access to using an EACH car maybe available)
• Opportunity to gain experience within the charity sector
• Being part of a fun and welcoming team
• Knowing that your support and knowledge will help to raise vital funds for a great cause

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Hear from our volunteers

Babs Wilding

Babs Wilding, retail volunteer

Spending time here is very rewarding. EACH provides such a brilliant and much-needed service and it’s an organisation I feel very passionately about. 

Tony and Jane Reynolds

Jayne Reynolds, events volunteer

It’s so uplifting and can be very varied, which is something I’d say to anyone interested in getting involved. [...] It’s a great charity to support and the hospice is such a happy, positive place, contrary to what people probably think and expect. It gives families relief and respite at an impossibly sad and complex time in their lives.

John Skoyles 3

John Skoyles, fundraising volunteer

I volunteer because I know the tremendous difference EACH make to families at the most challenging time of their lives. Just one child’s smile or a parent's thank you makes such a difference and is worth more than any salary I could or did earn. We can’t make the children better or even understand what families are going through. However, we can travel part of the journey alongside them and do whatever we can to help

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