Current volunteering opportunities

Memory Clinic Volunteer- Saffron House, High Wycombe

We have a new opportunity for a Volunteer to support the Memory Assessment Service. The team require a volunteer to remind patients attend appointments and create memory clinic packs.


Keystone Hub Volunteer- multiple locations, Abingdon (Bury Street), Banbury (Castle Key)

We have a great opportunity for volunteers to support to the new Keystone Hubs across Oxfordshire.

The main role of the volunteer will be to meet and greet new and existing service users and carers as they visit the hubs. The volunteer will predominantly be based front of house, and will talk service users and carers through the functions of the hub, explain the support on offer in the hub and locally, as well as making sure they are comfortable.


This is a new opportunity and would suit volunteers aged 18+ who enjoy talking to others and helping those in need.


This is a new opportunity and would suit volunteers who enjoy talking to others and helping those in need.

Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit- Abingdon Hospital

Administration role- We are looking for a volunteer to support co-ordination and writing of an alternate month newsletter for the stroke rehabilitation unit.  This role could be conducted remotely but occasional visits to site may be beneficial to understand its role and purpose.


Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) Volunteer – Cotswold House, Marlborough, Wiltshire and Marlborough House, Swindon

We are looking for a volunteer to support a member of the PALS Team when visiting an Inpatient Ward or Community Hospital Ward with the idea of being independent in the future.

The main purpose of the role is to talk and listen to service users/patients and their families/carers about their experiences. This is a role for people aged 18+.


Conversation Club Facilitator – various locations

Our Conversation Clubs provide a unique space for staff members from overseas to enhance their language skills and connect on a personal level. As a Volunteer Leader, you’ll have the chance to guide engaging discussions, facilitate language practice, and create an environment where everyone feels comfortable sharing their experiences.

We are looking for Enthusiastic volunteers who are open to multicultural conversations and a willingness to facilitate discussions in a group setting.


Walking With You Parent Support Group- CAMHS

We are looking for a volunteer to support administrative tasks, including managing the inbox, sending invites, liaise with parents and/or professionals as per role guidance, support creating a regular newsletter and update the website.


Ward Support –  Didcot Community Hospital: Volunteers getting involved with the wards mainly assist by engaging patients in conversation, activities or supporting day to day functions. Support the ward clerk with administration duties, completing surveys and facilitating visitors if need be.

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Page last reviewed: 21 September, 2023