Drivers Needed For St Margaret's Hospice

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Volunteer Drivers needed for St Margaret's Hospice

Volunteers needed to collect patients from their homes and drive them to the day centre in Yeovil and Taunton on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, then returning to take the patients home. Drivers use their own car or the Hospice minibus. Mileage is payable when using driver's own vehicle.

Volunteers can do this on a regular day(s) or as adhoc to cover sickness or holidays. Any help is appreciated and they try to match drivers to patients who live in their local area.

This position is subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. All drivers must hold a valid driving licence. Drivers also need to notify their insurer if they are using their own vehicle to transport volunteers and the Hospice will need to see this approval together with the current MOT certificate for the vehicle.

If you are interested in finding out more, please call Karen Davey, Reception & Volunteer Coordinator on 01935 709480 or email: volunteering@st-margarets-hospice.org.uk

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