‘I wanted to do something worthwhile in the community’
Lauren Cammock volunteers in her local Marie Curie Shop on Belmont Road in Belfast.
‘Volunteering is really enjoyable and it’s good to see the difference it can make too’
As a Helper Volunteer I offer one-to-one companionship and emotional support to people with a terminal illness.
How we keep our nursing care going through UK flooding
‘Volunteering is something that I find really rewarding’
Charity is something I have had a passion for ever since I was young and working in the third sector is something I would like to do...
How the memory of my dad keeps me going when things get tough
‘The experiences I have gained while volunteering have made a real difference to me’
Laura Telky and Pavlina Antoniou donate their time and skills to the Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow.
My nan's story shows why the Great Daffodil Appeal is so important
Marie Curie’s Great Daffodil Appeal kicks off in earnest on 1 March – but look out for our TV and radio ads from today.
‘Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and feel part of an extended community’
Anastasia Douglas is an Expert Voices Group Member and volunteers from her home in Derby.
New Fife service offers tailored care and support, at the right place and time
High-quality care for terminally ill people should be available in the community & delivered by different organisations working closely together.