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Volunteering for York Teaching Hospital Charity

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Volunteering for York Teaching Hospital Charity is a great way to give something back to the community and help us ensure the very best care is provided for the people of North Yorkshire in our hospitals.

There are lots of ways you can volunteer for York Teaching Hospital Charity including helping out at events and becoming a workplace champion.

Please see below for details of our current volunteer roles -

Events and Collections Volunteer

Volunteers help out at various Fundraising events throughout the year such as bucket collections, marshalling at marathons/runs, bric-a-brac stalls and helping out at events such as coffee mornings, quiz nights and charity balls.

Click here for a full role description.

Click here for a YTHC volunteering application form.

Workplace Champion

Are you passionate about helping patients in your local hospital? If so, we would love to hear from you! As workplace champion, you role would be to try to engage others and gain extra support for York Teaching Hospital Charity. It can be a simple as nominating us for Charity of the Year or getting your hand dirty by organising an event and gaining support from colleagues.

Click here for a full role description

Click here for a YTHC volunteering application form

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York Teaching Hospital Charity is a registered charity (number 1054527)

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While contagious viruses are active year-round, winter is a prime time for norovirus, colds, influenza (flu), and other respiratory illnesses.

 

These infections are highly contagious, so we urge people to stay away unless their visit is absolutely essential to help reduce the spread of infection within our hospitals.

Hospitals are full of sick people, many of them frail and elderly, so bringing germs into a hospital is the worst thing you can do.  We have an active programme of infection prevention but we can’t spot visitors who really shouldn’t be here.  Please stay at home if you’re unwell to help aid the wellbeing and recovery of our patients.