Fundraise with Awyr las, the NHS charity in North Wales.
Our hospital broadcasting service needs volunteers to help maintain their service to the patients seven days a week.
League of Friends
A charitable organisation who support and improve the care and comfort of the patients, visitors and staff
abergele-friends.co.uk (Abergele Hospital)
bit.ly/2IqdAYU (Glan Clwyd Hospital)
www.whlf.btck.co.uk (Wrexham Maelor Hospital)
Royal Voluntary Service
Volunteering in hospitals also provides a chance to learn new skills or keep up with their old ones...
Supporting the work of the Chaplains are teams of Chaplaincy Volunteers. Find out more here.
Robin Ward Volunteer
Meet new people, make new friends, learn new skills and put existing ones to good use. Become part of a team that makes a real difference to people's lives every day.
Hearing Aid Volunteer Service
If you have experience of hearing aids or hearing loss, either personally or through your friends and family, and are interested in becoming a volunteer, then find out more here: http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sitesplus/861/page/96581
Whether you are looking to volunteer yourself or are looking to involve volunteers in your organisation, visit this volunteer hub.
Community First Responders
First Responders in Wales are volunteers who donate their spare time to attend appropriate 999 calls and provide first hand emergency care to people in their own community.
Information coming soon...
Associate Hospital Managers
The Hospital Manager is a statutory role as defined in the Mental Health Act 1983. It provides a safeguard for those patients who are detained under the Mental Health Act and champions their rights.
Download our documents here to find out more