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Why Volunteer

You will be a much-needed support to help staff to raise funds for people living with and beyond cancer. Even the smallest of commitments can make a real difference to patients and families.

How can I help?

“My time as a volunteer is a two-way thing – I get so much pleasure from my time here. It’s been a huge learning curve and very humbling.”

Joining our volunteer team is deeply rewarding. Whether you can offer regular support, the occasional few hours, or even just a one-off contribution of your time, we would love you to join the team.

You’ll develop skills, friendships and a real sense of achievement.

Volunteering roles can include a range of activities:

  • Selling raffle tickets and merchandise
  • Bucket collections
  • Cheering runners at 10K and marathon events
  • Stewarding attendees at our flagship events such as BB With Love and our annual Golf Day
Charity Hub volunteers
  • Visitor meeting and greeting
  • Supporting staff members with various tasks
Volunteer drivers

Providing transport for patients from Barnsley, Chesterfield, and Rotherham.

As a Weston Park Cancer Charity volunteer, you will:

  • Help us to raise vital funds for those affected by cancer in the region
  • Help us to support the one in two people living with cancer, and their families
  • Meet new, like-minded people
  • Develop and advance your personal skills
  • Volunteer alongside our team at our popular fundraising events
  • You’ll gain unique experiences and new skills
  • Enjoying some time with patients, family members, staff and other volunteers – we’re all one big team
  • Be fully supported

What difference can I make?

By donating your time and helping us to raise vital funds at events, we can continue to support cutting edge research that helps people like Amanda…

Read Amanda's Story

Our transport service relies on the time donated by our volunteer drivers. Without them, we couldn’t offer a service that is the “difference between having treatment or potentially hanging on without it.” See more about the difference you can make by reading Ray’s story...

Read Ray's Story