Site Support

Site Support: Volunteer support for sites to improve patient experience or staff wellbeing. 

As a Site Support Volunteer, you can support the following activities: 

These activities would suit volunteers who:

  • Want to support their community or the NHS.
  • Like interacting with others.
  • Enjoys listening and talking to others.
  • Like volunteering in busy sites.
  • Don't mind volunteering outdoors.

Skills you may have, or gain include:

  • Effective communication.
  • Marshalling.
  • Service delivery.

This guide will give you everything you need to get started with Site Support. If you haven’t already, please see our Volunteer Checklist to ensure you read everything necessary to give you the best possible start to your volunteering.  

Inclusion 

We are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds, communities, identities, and abilities. We value the diversity of our volunteers, the people we support and the unique experiences everyone brings.  

As a volunteer, you will support a range of people in diverse communities and we ask that you make sure everyone feels welcomed, supported and valued for who they are.

Please watch our short introductory video on EDI principles for access to the video and for more information on how you can support people with accessibility needs and learn about different backgrounds and communities visit the Inclusion Hub

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Page last reviewed: 16 May 2024