These are organisations who work together with us, supporting our work across the Trust. These groups often need volunteers too. Get in touch with them to find out more.
Age UK aims to improve later life for everyone through information and advice, services, campaigns, products, training and research. For enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
A support group for people affected by lung conditions including their friends, family and carers.
For further details contact Sue Churchman on 01438 357319
Headway Hertfordshire offers support, guidance, activities and rehabilitation to those affected by brain injury throughout Hertfordshire.
An independent local registered charity providing services and information to blind and partially sighted people throughout Hertfordshire, as well as to their families, carers and any organisations with an interest or involvement in people with a visual impairment. Local Co-ordinator: lindsey.wheeler @hertsblind.com or call 07825 005951
Provide practical, medical and financial advice for patients and families affected by cancer.
Remap is a national charity working through local groups of skilled volunteers to help people with disabilities achieve independence and a better quality of life. They make or modify equipment when nothing suitable is available through mainstream sources. Contact Bruce Carr at email@example.comRoyal Voluntary Services (RVS)
Formerly the WRVS, the RVS support older people by giving time and practical help to help them get the best from life.
Seeking volunteer drivers/motorcyclists to help them with the operation of a blood running service .The Friends of Lister Hospital
Their mission statement is “To raise money and provide services additional to those provided by the Trust to aid the comfort of staff and patients at the Lister Hospital, with special regard to the care of the elderly.”