Volunteer Recognition Day is celebrated on April 20, 2018. It honors all volunteers who are working on behalf of others without being motivated by financial or material gain. You can celebrate Volunteer Recognition Day by thanking volunteers for their work, involving yourself in a volunteer activity or by donating to a volunteer group.
Volunteering is generally considered an altruistic activity and is intended to promote good or improve human quality of life. In return, this activity produces a feeling of self-worth and respect; however, there is no financial gain. Volunteering is also renowned for skill development, socialization, and fun!
We couldn't agree more...
Our volunteers saved HospiceCare over £100,000 last year in the hours they donated to support us! Huge thanks from the HospiceCare Team to all our fantastic volunteers - we couldn't do it without you! xx
Super-chuffed to announce that we have been chosen for a 4th year to be the sole beneficary of the Red Lion Inn, Alnmouth, annual Beer Festival.
Please put the dates in your diary and watch this space for more details a bit later in the year.
Here we are just before we deliverd a HospiceCare Talk to the lovely ladies of the Berwick Inner Wheel.
Introducing Penny Bailey, who has been appointed our new Assistant Retail Manager.
Penny is part time and will divide her hours between our shops at Wooler and Berwick
A coffee morning held by Sandie and Harry Taylor has generated nearly £2,000 for HospiceCare. This donation will support the delivery of 80 hours of our Hospice at Home services across North Northumberland.
Thanks go to all the local residents who joined them for coffee and cake as well as the local businesses, Hermitage Warkworth and InSynch Amble, who both donated prizes for the raffle and auction.
Special thanks to Fred Calvert and also to Barclays Bank who Match Funded to the value of £750.