Volunteering at your local Hospice charity brings a world of benefits for both you and Strathcarron.

Your skills, passion and all the things that make you, YOU will be welcomed and valued. We have such fabulous volunteers and we are incredibly grateful to all of them!
Have you thought about becoming a volunteer? Maybe you're not quite sure how to go about it, or would like a bit more info...well here are just a few reasons why becoming a Strathcarron volunteer is a truly rewarding experience:
  • Personal Fulfillment: Make a real difference in the lives of others and experience a profound sense of purpose and fulfillment. ⠀
  • Skill Development: Enhance your communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills while gaining valuable experience in a supportive environment. ⠀
  • Meaningful Connections: Connect with like-minded individuals, build lifelong friendships, and expand your social circle. ⠀
  • Emotional Wellbeing: Boost your mental health and wellbeing by spreading kindness and compassion to those who need it most. ⠀
  • Learning and Growth: Gain insights into end of life care, healthcare practices, and the resilience of the human spirit. ⠀
  • Be a Hospice Ambassador: Advocate for compassionate care and help raise awareness about the vital services provided by our Hospice charity. ⠀
If you have skills and a bit of spare time, get in touch for a chat! Join us in making a difference and becoming part of our incredible volunteer team.

Please complete an Application Form or contact our Volunteer Service Co-ordinator Eileen Ashford on Tel. No. 01324 826222 Ext 271 or e-mail [email protected]

Eileen will arrange for you to come up for a chat so that we can understand how best to use your skills and expertise and what roles would be best suited for you.

By volunteering with us you can make a real difference.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Hospice, please click here

If you are interested in volunteering in one of our shops, or at the distribution centre, please click here

* Certain roles within the Hospice are subject to a Disclosure Scotland Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check.  Prior to the meeting with the Volunteer Service Co-Ordinator, volunteers will be notified of the documents required where a role is subject to a PVG check.