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Volunteer with us

We understand that everyone has their own, personal reason for volunteering and we try to provide a range of opportunities across all our departments so you can get the most out of your time with us.

We value all of our volunteers and know that your contribution helps us provide an excellent service to our patients and improves the time they spend in our care.

Some of the benefits of volunteering include,

  • Learning new skills
  • Trying something new
  • Making new friends
  • Improving our patients experiences and quality of life
  • Finding a rewarding way to spend your free time

Find out more about how to become a volunteer


Available opportunities

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Administrator (Sport In Mind)

We're looking for a volunteer to help collect feedback on our 'Get Healthy, Get Active' project in Reading.

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Appointment Champion

We're looking for a volunteer to work in Wokingham and help encourage patients to attend their diabetic eye screening appointments.

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Group co-facilitator

We're looking for someone to help us facilitate our group for adults with learning disabilities.

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Telephone friend/motivator

We're looking for someone who can help people with serious mental illness who suffer from preventable physical health issues.

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Gardener in our Therapy Garden

We're looking for someone who can help care for our Therapy Garden at Prospect Park Hospital, Reading.

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Success stories

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Sam and our Spiritual Care team

Sam has been volunteering with our Spiritual Care team since 2015, helping patients and their families talk and find comfort.

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Hazel from our Cardiac Rehabilitation Clinic

Hazel and our Stroke Rehabilitation Clinic

Since retiring, Hazel has found a rewarding way to spend her time helping our patients with their recovery.

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