You will be valued and feel part of the community.
You get the chance to look outside yourself, and to hear about other peoples lives.
You may be taking part in a young people's award scheme, where voluntary work is a requirement.
You may be considering a career in nursing, therapy or medicine and want to get some experience of working life in a hospital.
It may help to give you confidence and the ability to communicate with others.
Whatever your reasons, if you decide to volunteer for the Friends of York Hospitals, we will try to help you enjoy it and get satisfaction from the effort you put in.
We have a Volunteer Policy in place and aim to offer a good level of volunteer support while upholding NHS requirements.Our volunteers are supported on a day-to-day basis by an Administator and Volunteer Coordinator (AVC) Andy White. He in turn is advised and supported by a Volunteer Development Trustee, Ann Taylor.