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There are lots of ways young people can help by volunteering at St Barnabas House during which time you can gain highly beneficial life skills and experience.
Due to COVID 19 the majority of our hospice-based volunteering roles are currently suspended. However we are now pleased to be able to reopen our doors for those wishing to apply to volunteer in one of our charity shops. Please read our latest updates here.
The Personal Statement on your UCAS form is your chance to shine and sell yourself, so why not use volunteering as a way to make yourself stand out?
We have opportunities available for over 16’s to get involved in volunteering – why not take a look at our Current Opportunities page. Some roles do require you to be over 18 so do get in touch if there is a particular role you are interested in and we can chat you through it. Alternatively, take a look at our volunteering FAQs.
If so, part of the Duke of Edinburgh programme will require you take part in some form of volunteering. St Barnabas House can help by providing you with the skills you need to volunteer and the opportunities you need to achieve your bronze, silver or even gold award! Find out more about volunteering as part of your as part of your DofE.
Perhaps you are just in your final years at school and want to make a real difference to St Barnabas House. We have many supporters that are under 16 that still want to get involved.
You can read about School Fundraising here.
If you are under 16, there are still lots of ways you can support St Barnabas House and fundraise for us in the process.
St Barnabas House can help you with the following:
Here are some ideas to get you started: