You'll benefit just as much as we will from becoming a Compton Care volunteer!

You'll meet new people of all ages and backgrounds and may even build new friendships. Volunteering has even been known to help to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.As well as being good for your emotional wellbeing and physical health, volunteering also offers the opportunity to take on a challenge and try something new, or to build on your existing skills. 

As well as being good for your emotional wellbeing and physical health, volunteering also offers the opportunity to take on a challenge and try something new, or to build on your existing skills. 

Gain confidence, improve your job prospects and see the real difference that you're making to patients and their families living with the effects of complex and incurable illnesses, in your local community.

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Whatever your skills, experience or interests, we’ve got a volunteer role just for you!

For more information on how you can become a volunteer, use our contact form, or call 0300 323 0250.

Speak to Compton in person, call us on 0300 323 0250