Hospice Neighbours

Volunteer training dates and information

St Michael’s Hospice Neighbours

St Michael’s Hospice Neighbours are a group of volunteers who offer support and companionship to people and their families living with a terminal illness.

How can you help?

Becoming a Hospice Neighbour means you can make a difference to a patient or their carers quality of life by helping with little things, like providing company, collecting prescriptions, taking their dog for a walk or a bit of light shopping.

This role of a Hospice Neighbour would suit anyone with a few spare hours each week or fortnight.

Having previous experience of care is not essential, and you are not required to provide personal care. Hospice Neighbours need access to their own transport (mileage paid by St Michael’s Hospice) and undertake an enhanced DBS check.

Training will be provided on the following dates between 6pm and 8.30pm:

12th, 19th, 26th September

3rd, 10th, 17th and 31st October


For more information, please contact the Hospice Coordination Hub

on 01432 852 080

or email hhhub@smhospicehereford.org