John Taylor Hospice is holding an open evening for people interested in becoming volunteers

Volunteers are an essential part of the team at John Taylor Hospice (JTH), helping in the hospice itself, in its shops, in fundraising and with services like driving and wellbeing.

JTH is looking to boost its current numbers of volunteers and is hosting a Volunteers Open Evening so that those with an interest in supporting JTH’s work can meet staff, volunteers and families who use the hospice’s services. If you’d like to find out more about what is entailed in hospice volunteering, pop along. All are welcome and you don’t need to book.

The Open Evening takes places as follows:

Volunteer Open Evening
Thursday 19th September — drop-in between 6-8pm
John Taylor Hospice, 76 Grange Road, Erdington B24 0DF

Founded in 1910, JTH is one of the oldest non-denominational hospices in the UK. It was also the first ‘new mutual’ or social enterprise hospice leaving the NHS in in 2011 under the Department of Health’s Right to Request process.

More about the event on the JTH website
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Staff at John Taylor Hospice

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