Community Champion  with Hope for Tomorrow (VG) (Ref: 1000)
 
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Community Champions assist the local team from Hope for Tomorrow in promoting their aims by representing them at a range of occasions and community events, as well as speaking on their behalf.

They may also ask you to distribute information locally and seek out new marketing and fundraising opportunities.
What are they looking for?

They are looking for individuals who want to contribute something extra and believe in the aims of Hope for Tomorrow. They will ensure that you are fully prepared and supported. However they are looking for energetic and proactive individuals who enjoy taking the initiative and working independently.

The Community Champion role involves public speaking so if you have a good foundation from which you would like to develop your skills or simply would like to use the public speaking skills you already have, they would be delighted to welcome you to their team of volunteers.

Volunteers are invaluable to them and we do their best to make sure they feel valued as they simply couldn't achieve everything they do without their help. They would like to increase the number of committed volunteers locally to share the workload and to create a Hope for Tomorrow volunteer community in your area.

Practical

Age restrictions: Suitable for those aged 18+

Training & Support: Yes, and a named contact in your area and at Hope for Tomorrow Head Office.

Full Driving Licence and access to a car are not necessary but may increase the scope of work you can undertake for them.

Working times are flexible depending on your availability.

When: Variable times
Age requirements: Over 18
Where?

Gloucestershire

About Hope for Tomorrow (VG)
 
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Founded in 2003, Hope for Tomorrow aims to alleviate some of the stresses and strains associated with receiving treatment for cancer via the provision of Mobile Chemotherapy Units (MCUs) to NHS Trusts.

The MCUs, which are owned and maintained by the Charity and operated by highly trained NHS staff, can travel five days a week throughout their counties to up to five community locations, and they have the capacity to treat around 18 to 20 patients a day.

There are currently ten Mobile Chemotherapy Units operating in Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Hampshire, East Kent, Lincolnshire, Cornwall, West Suffolk & East Essex.

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