We are always looking for volunteers. If you’d like to give back, and support people going through some tough challenges then volunteer with us. You can learn new skills and enhance existing ones. We will aim to give you a rewarding volunteering experience with ongoing training with help from a supportive team. 

(CaSP)Staffordshire Cancer Support Programme .Social, emotional and practical support to improve the health and well-being of adults affected by cancer

Some of the volunteering roles available:-

Promotions, Publicity & Marketing - To promote, publicise and market the projects through a variety of methods, helping to raise the profile of the charity. To attend events acting as a representative, aiming to increase referrals in or new volunteers.

Client Stories – To revisit clients that the project has helped and gain an understanding of how the experience helped to assist and enable them resolve their issues. To write this up in the form of a client story which can be used to promote the projects.‚Äč

Lifestyle Buddies - Supporting clients in Staffordshire area who are living with or after cancer on a 1-1 basis to help them to set goals around making small changes to their lifestyle, this could be to become more active, to make healthy food choices, to improve confidence or to manage the side effects of treatment

Digital and Social Media - Helping to promote the projects on social media, to help with increasing traffic to the Facebook and Twitter accounts and to digitally promote events that are taking place to support the projects.   

Micro Volunteering - This is a home based role, doing adhoc research for advocates. The advocate will visit a client and may come away with a number of issues to help resolve, this may be looking for a gardener in the local area, or finding the best electricity tariff for a client and the aim of the role is for the volunteer to undertake this research. 
If you are interested in volunteering or want further information about the roles available in volunteering we would love to hear from you.
To contact us directly regarding volunteering please either e-mail the Volunteer Co-ordinator
ruth.copley-jones@bjf.org.uk or call 01782 844036

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