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Volunteering and staff engagement

Thank you for your interest in supporting St Oswald’s Hospice through volunteering.

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Benefits to you

  • Develop skills within your team
  • Generate content for your website or newsletters
  • Free to you!
  • One off opportunities or regular commitment – tick those CSR boxes!
  • Can be used as team building exercises
  • Gives something back

Benefits to us

Your support through volunteering has
so many benefits to St Oswald’s

  • Provides man power
  • Generates extra funds
  • Saves us time and money
  • Teaches us new skills
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Share your skills

Last year intu delivered a fantastic two day training course for our shop managers. The sessions were varied and covered a wide range of areas including; security management and how to respond to security issues such as shoplifting, customer service skills and how to deliver personalised service, and visual merchandising advice from some of intu’s top retailers such as John Lewis and House of Fraser. We were so grateful to intu for organising such brilliant training. The training was hugely informative and our managers left the session enthused with ideas which they’ve since been able to put into practise.