Volunteer Drivers

What You'll Do: 
  • Collect brief from the Hospice and then travel to that days key area(s). This will be within our core boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Newham
  • Collect and replace collection tins from pubs and local businesses
  • Collect donated jumble items from homes or local businesses
  • Able to carry heavier items
  • Act as an ambassador for the Hospice, thanking donors for their support
  • 1- 2 days a week between Monday and Friday 10am – 4:30pm. We can be flexible and offer half day shifts to accommodate time available.
Why You'll Love It: 
  • Reference
  • Meeting new people and being part of a team
  • Add value to your local community
  • Learn new transferable skills & improve your CV
  • Meal allowance after 3 hours volunteering.
  • Mileage paid for fuel used.
What We're Looking For: 
  • Full clean driving licence
  • Access to own vehicle with insurance
  • Great people skills, approachable and friendly
  • Organised
  • Reliable, punctual and committed
  • Honest and responsible
  • Ability to commit to regular days and times
  • An understanding of, and commitment to our core values
Social Care
United Kingdom
0 Weeks Minimum
0 Hours / Week
Skills you will develop: 
Customer Service
Skills you should possess: 
Valid Driving License

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