We are highly reliant on the help of volunteers to increase awareness and raise funds for Worcestershire Breast Unit charity.  Whether you can spare a few hours a month or on a more occasional basis, we really appreciate your support.

Our volunteers allow us to help spread the word about what our charity offers and the support available, take part in events and organise small ones of our own, and of course raise those all-important funds to ensure we can continue to provide free support to the women and men of Worcestershire for their breast care needs.

Volunteering opportunities can include:

  • Event volunteer
  • Event organiser
  • Gift Gatherer
  • Bucket collector
  • Charity Stand volunteer
  • Pink October Ambassador

If you would be interested in supporting us as a Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven volunteer, please get in touch either by calling the office number (01905 733 786) or emailing clare.stokes3@nhs.net 

Below you’ll find some thoughts from a few of our current volunteers on working with Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven:

Chris & Alan Neal

“As we have gone through the trauma of being a survivor of cancer and having very good friends who have been diagnosed with breast cancer we really wanted to donate some of our time to helping others. When we saw a request for volunteers we realised we were in a position to help.  Not only do you have the opportunity to meet new people, but we are also helping to raise funds for such a caring charity.”

Helen Gagen

“Volunteering for Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven is rewarding in many ways.  Not only do you help to raise funds for a really worthy cause but you also get to meet some amazing people. I have volunteered at several events now and also held my own online raffle.  If you are looking for a charity to help raise funds for, WBUH are a great choice!”

Corinna Parsons

“The Breast Unit opened half way through my own treatment, and the difference it made to my whole experience was immeasurable. I count myself very lucky to have access to this facility, and so it’s important to me to be able to offer a helping hand to keep it up and running, which is the main reason I love to volunteer.
I’ve loved helping out on the WBUH stalls at local events; I’ve met some wonderful people at the stalls and even sold some of my own homemade buns!  Volunteering for the Unit is one way I feel I can make a difference and give back to those who have given me so much over the past two years.  It also reminds me how lucky I am.  I feel like I’m helping to make a difference and that means a great deal.  With two young children I can’t always give the time I’d like to, so I do make sure I follow the charity on twitter, facebook etc, and share news of events and updates via different social media channels.  That’s just one small way I feel like I’m doing my bit!”