“You strengthen your community and your social network when you volunteer. You make connections with the people you are helping, and you cultivate friendships with other volunteers”.

Hannah from HSBC volunteering in our garden
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Thank you for thinking of volunteering with us here at The Butterfly Hospice Trust. We rely on our volunteers, who donate their time to support us in a number of ways.
Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, volunteering roles are somewhat limited, but please contact us if you would like to volunteer for any of the below volunteer positions.
Volunteering is varied and flexible, there is a role for everyone and one which will work for you . 
It is a great way to give back, make new friends, learn new skills, become 'work ready' and make a difference to your local community.
Current Volunteering Roles:
  • Shops - sorting and/or shop floor
  • Gardening  - at our hospice site in Boston
  • Warehouse  - sorting stock at Boston
  • Van Driving & Driver's Mate
  • Can Collection - from shops around the county
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Two of our lovely volunteers
Joan (left) & Susan (above)
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We value the importance of our volunteers, and recognise how valuable they are to the success of the charity

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Senior Man

“Volunteering brings fulfilment to your life”

Urban Gardening

“My volunteering role, helped counteract my stress, anger and anxiety”

Portrait Man

“Volunteering can advance your career”

Old Lady

“Good for your mind and body”

By volunteering with us you will make what we do become possible for others in the future.

If you feel you could support us in any way, please download the printable version of the Volunteer Application Form and send it to us at the address below:

Volunteer Manager
Butterfly Hospice
Rowan Way
Lincolnshire PE21 9DH

We are a very friendly organisation who have kindness and care at the centre of all we do.

Many hands make

light work

We're always on the look out for volunteers,
can you spare some time to help?
It's a great way to feel part of a team and make friends while contributing to a worthy cause.

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'Volunteers are not paid, not because they are worthless
but because they are priceless'
- Unknown