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Peter Murphy donates his professional skills to the development of the Helper Service: “I have worked on several projects here but Helper has been the constant. I’ve always been in awe of the work those volunteers carry out with terminally ill people, which I’m sure I couldn’t do myself. So what do I bring to Marie Curie?  I’ve gained a few transferable skills during my career and what I can offer to projects in terms of budget-setting, forecasting and monitoring has been in particular…

Peter Murphy donates his professional skills to the development of the Helper Service: “I have worked on several projects here but Helper has been the constant. I’ve always been in awe of the work those volunteers carry out with terminally ill people, which I’m sure I couldn’t do myself. So what do I bring to Marie Curie? I’ve gained a few transferable skills during my career and what I can offer to projects in terms of budget-setting, forecasting and monitoring has been in particular…

Marie Curie Helper volunteers offer one-to-one support and companionship to terminally ill people. Christine O’Sullivan and Jan Hughes from the Helper Service in Liverpool would like to thank all 60 of their wonderful volunteers: “Hearing about what our Helper volunteers do really inspires and motivates us. Jan and I feel truly privileged to work with such committed volunteers, many of whom lead very busy lives but who make the time to support local terminally ill people and their families.”

Marie Curie Helper volunteers offer one-to-one support and companionship to terminally ill people. Christine O’Sullivan and Jan Hughes from the Helper Service in Liverpool would like to thank all 60 of their wonderful volunteers: “Hearing about what our Helper volunteers do really inspires and motivates us. Jan and I feel truly privileged to work with such committed volunteers, many of whom lead very busy lives but who make the time to support local terminally ill people and their families.”

Helper volunteers are specially trained to offer one-to-one support and companionship to people with a terminal illness in their own homes. Marie Curie Helper Service Manager, Clare Hodder, is delighted to be able to recognise the hard work of the Helper Volunteers in East London this Volunteers’ Week: “Thank you for your dedication and commitment to the people you help and support. The help you provide is outstanding.”

Helper volunteers are specially trained to offer one-to-one support and companionship to people with a terminal illness in their own homes. Marie Curie Helper Service Manager, Clare Hodder, is delighted to be able to recognise the hard work of the Helper Volunteers in East London this Volunteers’ Week: “Thank you for your dedication and commitment to the people you help and support. The help you provide is outstanding.”

Sue Clayton, Receptionist, Bradford. ‘Before joining Marie Curie I had wanted to volunteer for a long time and took the plunge in 2013 when I had a change in my career. Since joining I have loved my time volunteering & get a lot of enjoyment out of it. I cannot say how great it makes me feel. One of my favourite aspects of my role is the people I meet. I talk to a variety of people so it’s important that I can adapt to how they might be feeling. Whoever I talk to, I like to show them I…

Sue Clayton, Receptionist, Bradford. ‘Before joining Marie Curie I had wanted to volunteer for a long time and took the plunge in 2013 when I had a change in my career. Since joining I have loved my time volunteering & get a lot of enjoyment out of it. I cannot say how great it makes me feel. One of my favourite aspects of my role is the people I meet. I talk to a variety of people so it’s important that I can adapt to how they might be feeling. Whoever I talk to, I like to show them I…

Clare O’Brien, Refreshment and Catering Assistant, Belfast Hospice. ‘Volunteering at the hospice is a nice break from doing work for my A Levels and it’s good to help other people instead of only thinking about my responsibilities. Giving out tea isn’t a huge deal but the patients are always extremely grateful to me and any other volunteer helping out. Volunteering has made me realise that my problems aren’t anywhere near as big as I make them out to be. It has helped me appreciate what I…

Clare O’Brien, Refreshment and Catering Assistant, Belfast Hospice. ‘Volunteering at the hospice is a nice break from doing work for my A Levels and it’s good to help other people instead of only thinking about my responsibilities. Giving out tea isn’t a huge deal but the patients are always extremely grateful to me and any other volunteer helping out. Volunteering has made me realise that my problems aren’t anywhere near as big as I make them out to be. It has helped me appreciate what I…

Around 9000 people volunteer with us on a regular basis, donating their time and skills to help Marie Curie give those with terminal illnesses the best possible quality of life. To celebrate Volunteers’ Week we spoke to staff at Marie Curie and asked them to share with us what makes the volunteers they work with so special.

Around 9000 people volunteer with us on a regular basis, donating their time and skills to help Marie Curie give those with terminal illnesses the best possible quality of life. To celebrate Volunteers’ Week we spoke to staff at Marie Curie and asked them to share with us what makes the volunteers they work with so special.

This is Kathy, one of our wonderful volunteers based in the Cornwall office. Kathy is a Project Coordinator involved in the Great Daffodil Appeal and other local collections. It is the support of volunteers like Kathy who enable us to continue supporting people living with a terminal illness and their families. We cannot thank our volunteers enough for your hard work and dedication.   www.facebook.com/MarieCurieSouthWest

This is Kathy, one of our wonderful volunteers based in the Cornwall office. Kathy is a Project Coordinator involved in the Great Daffodil Appeal and other local collections. It is the support of volunteers like Kathy who enable us to continue supporting people living with a terminal illness and their families. We cannot thank our volunteers enough for your hard work and dedication. www.facebook.com/MarieCurieSouthWest

Alyson began volunteering with us in 2006 and is the chair of the Hampstead Fundraising Group. The group recently held a collection at the Brent Cross Shopping Centre and raised a fantastic £2564. Grace Allingham, Community Fundraiser, is pleased to say a special thank you for Volunteers’ Week: “Alyson works tirelessly, always thinking of the next thing and coming up with fantastic ideas to raise more money and reach more people. Alyson is a pleasure to work with and always makes me smile!”

Alyson began volunteering with us in 2006 and is the chair of the Hampstead Fundraising Group. The group recently held a collection at the Brent Cross Shopping Centre and raised a fantastic £2564. Grace Allingham, Community Fundraiser, is pleased to say a special thank you for Volunteers’ Week: “Alyson works tirelessly, always thinking of the next thing and coming up with fantastic ideas to raise more money and reach more people. Alyson is a pleasure to work with and always makes me smile!”

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