Volunteering A guide to Volunteering at Liverpool Womens NHS Foundation Trust 

Volunteers play an important role within the Trust and together with the staff team contribute to the care and well being of patients. The support that volunteers provide enables the Trust to enrich and extend the range of services that it offers to patients and visitors.  This guide aims to provide information about the increasing range of opportunities available to prospective volunteers, who are seeking a worthwhile and rewarding role helping to support and develop local care services and enhance the quality of the patients stay in hospital.  

What can volunteers do?

These are just a few examples of the types of ways volunteers can help in the Hospital. We are constantly looking at new and different ways of involving volunteers in helping to improve the patients visit to the Hospital.

What we ask of you

Who can be a volunteer?

The Hospital is keen to attract a wide selection of people from the community to become volunteers. Men as well as women can volunteer. However you must be aged 18 or over.

How will you benefit from being a volunteer?

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How to apply If you would like to find out more about being a volunteer why not attend one of the monthly recruitment sessions held at both the Liverpool Women’s and Aintree sites.


For details of the next recruitment session contact:- Mark Pilling Voluntary Services Manager Liverpool Womens Hospital Crown St Liverpool L8 7SS Tel:- 0151 702 4368 E-mail mark.pilling@lwh.nhs.uk


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