Volunteer support is at the heart of Cherry Lodge Cancer Care and at the heart of the services we provide.
People support us in many different ways, and becoming a Cherry Lodge volunteer is one of the most important. By giving us your valuable time, you can help us to achieve our mission to support people living with cancer, their family members, carers and friends.
Volunteering also provides an opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people, whether you are thinking of changing career, starting a new one, coming up to retirement or wanting to give something back to the community.
Volunteer Roles at Cherry Lodge
Volunteers at Cherry Lodge Cancer Care have a wide range of backgrounds and skills. The roles they fill are many and varied, from administrative work to fundraising and befriending.
We currently have vacancies for the following volunteers:
- Complementary Therapists (qualified)
- Counsellors (qualified)
- Fundraising Volunteers
- Manicurist (qualified)
- Pilates Instructor (qualified)
- Shop Volunteers for Barnet and Borehamwood
- Van Drivers (aged over 25, with a clean car driving licence)
- Van Helpers to collect and deliver furniture
Becoming a Cherry Lodge Volunteer
if you are interested in any of our volunteering vacancies, please contact Yvonne Shield on 020 8441 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All potential volunteers are invited to the Cherry Lodge Centre for an informal meeting prior to completing an application form.
Upon receipt of your completed application form we will arrange an interview and if this is successful, we will take up references and carry out a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, formerly a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check). This will then be followed by an Induction Programme to orientate you into the organisation and your role with Cherry Lodge.
Reasonable expenses incurred while volunteering for us will be reimbursed, if requested. We ask for a minimum commitment of a year but hope that you will stay with us for longer if possible.
Given the nature of the work we do, there is an informal, friendly relationship between staff and volunteers. This in turn provides a warm and supportive environment for those who use our Centre.