We currently have a number of roles where we are looking for additional volunteer support. Could you give a few hours, a few days or even sign up for a regular volunteering opportunity? We would love to hear from you.Apply here →
Our volunteers support patients and their families in so many wonderful ways. Our volunteers help around the hospital, in our Wellbeing Centre, at our Welcome Desk, in the Wards, in our Beatson Café as well as looking after all of the gardens at The Beatson.
We also have volunteers who help out at Beatson Cancer Charity annual events such as our Burns Supper, Ladies Lunch, Sporting Dinner and Off The Beatson Track, when we turn Glasgow yellow with our wonderful family and dog friendly sponsored walk.
People volunteer for different reasons, but through volunteering everyone can:
We will support you by providing all the training required to carry out your role with confidence. This varies from role to role but we will support you along the way. You will have regular contact with our Volunteer team who will keep in touch with you to keep you up to date with news from across Beatson Cancer Charity. We want to make sure you have an enjoyable and rewarding volunteering experience with us and we really value the contribution you make and the time that you give.
We'll also make sure you've got any materials that you need for your role and can reimburse any reasonable travel expenses too.
Once you've completed six months volunteering with us, we will also be happy to provide a reference for you to any future employers. In return, we just ask that you are committed to your role and are a great ambassador for the charity.
We currently have a number of roles where we are looking for additional volunteer support. Could you give a few hours, a few days or even sign up for a regular volunteering opportunity? We would love to hear from you.
During lockdown, we launched a new Telephone Befriending service; a friendship service for people impacted by cancer. Volunteers make weekly calls to help reduce social isolation and loneliness which has been made worse by lockdown and shielding.
After a very successful few months of befriending, we are now looking to grow the service and are looking for more volunteers to get involved.
This role requires PVG Membership. Full training and ongoing support are provided to all volunteer befrienders and all call costs are covered by the charity.
Find out more details about the types of volunteering below