Volunteering - good for you, good for us
Volunteering - good for you, good for us
Volunteering or getting involved in activities like those listed on this page brings a whole range of benefits to those who volunteer and to the CCG. As numerous research project have demonstated, for you, being involved as a volunteer can help you to:

  • Meet new people
  • Learn new skills
  • Boost your CV
  • Get back into work
  • Improve your confidence
  • Be heard
  • Influence decision-makers.

For the CCG, being able to work with patients and the public who become involved means that it:

  • Remains grounded and keeps the patient at the centre of what we do
  • Has support to shape services that are relevant, appropriate and timely
  • Understands better the particular needs and preferences of patient groups.

If you would like to be invovled through volunteering take a look at some of the opportunities listed below. Alternatively, click here to contact us so that one of our community relations managers can contact you to discuss how you might be involved.

Volunteering opportunities
See below for volunteering opportunities. The CCG will list its own opportunities here but also those of other organisations where these are appropriate to a health and social care agenda.
Volunteer for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust - Click here to download this file
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Please note; this is not a NHS NEW Devon CCG offer
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