Volunteer Fundraising Collection Tin Rotator

  • Out and about in the community with occasional attendance at the hospice
volunteer Vacancy Type
What is the volunteer role?
Lindsey Lodge Hospice Collection tin volunteer
Where will I be based?
  • Out and about in the community with occasional attendance at the hospice
Who will show me what to do? –
  • Community Fundraising team
Who will be responsible for me? –
  • Community Fundraising team
How often could I be asked to attend and for how long?
  • Initially there will be a little more work in establishing your area and making contacts, but around once a month thereafter
Key Responsibilities
  • Asking new shops, pubs, butchers etc in your assigned area if they would be willing to take a collection tin in their store to raise funds
  • Rotating tins that are already in your assigned area and maintaining a good relationship with those businesses
  • Following the LLH procedure of signing out and collecting tins
  • Bringing full tins back to the hospice to be counted in a timely manner, so that a thank you can be sent
  • Keeping a record of where your placed collection tins are. 
What skills/qualifications might help me?
  • No formal qualifications are necessary
  • Driving license
What other things would we like from you ?
  • To attend meetings, supervision and appropriate training (including confidentiality).
  • To represent Lindsey Lodge Hospice in a positive manner by being smart (clean and tidy) polite and by giving a positive message about the work of the charity.
  • To wear a fundraising volunteer ID badge
  • To operate within Lindsey Lodge’s relevant policies and procedures, and those within the fundraising code of practice (https://www.fundraisingregulator.org.uk/code)
  • To take responsibility for your own health and safety (wearing footwear appropriate to your role, e.g no high heels or open shoes in patient areas) and report any areas of risk.
  • To reflect a commitment to equal opportunities, equality and diversity
What happens if things aren’t working out of if I have a problem?
  • Discuss any concerns with the community team.  They will try to address and resolve your concern.
  • If you are still not satisfied you can take your concern to the Workforce Manager who will try to help.
For more information, or to apply please contact Emma Hartley on email e.hartley2@nhs.net, or phone 01724 270835.