Volunteering with Bevan Healthcare

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Our Volunteers

‘Volunteering is the commitment of time and energy for the benefit of society and the community; the environment; or individuals outside one’s immediate family. It is under taken freely and by choice, without care of financial gain.’ The voluntary unit of the Home Office.

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Why Volunteer with Bevan?

Volunteers are important to Bevan Healthcare. Volunteering gives you an opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives here in Bradford. Through volunteering with us, not only will you have the knowledge that you are providing a much needed service that positively impacts the lives of our vulnerable patients, but volunteering also gives you:

  • A broader overview of the work of Bevan
  • An opportunity to meet other volunteers
  • Fun & fulfilment; allowing you to experience many diverse opportunities not always available elsewhere
  • An enhanced CV
  • An opportunity to increase confidence as you experience new things and grow your skill-set
  • Added skills that help to access employment

Volunteering Opportunities with Bevan Healthcare

Volunteers are important to Bevan Healthcare. Volunteering gives you an opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives here in Bradford.

What we offer:

We aim to offer meaningful volunteer roles and seek to recruit volunteers from all sections of the community. Bevan Healthcare promotes the learning and development of its volunteers. We offer:

  • Comprehensive induction and training
  • Supervision, support and flexibility
  • Experience of working within a primary healthcare setting

What we need from you

Enthusiasm and a commitment to Bevan Healthcare’s values and objectives is essential as well as a non-judgemental approach. Depending on the volunteering role, personal attributes and skills will vary.

We are keen to recruit a diverse group of volunteers, offering volunteering roles to suit your personal skills. For all volunteering positions we require you to complete a Volunteering Agreement and some roles will require Criminal Records check (DBS), however, please note that having a criminal record will not necessarily prevent you from volunteering with us but this will depend on the nature of the opportunity, and the circumstances and background of the offence.