Please be aware that due to COVID-19 most of our carers’ groups and events are taking place online rather than face to face. You can still call us on 01992 58 69 69 (9am - 5.30pm Mon - Thurs & 9am - 4.30pm Fri).
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We are currently looking to fill the volunteer roles listed below.

How to apply

If you are interested in any of these roles, please let us know by filling in our online application form. Alternatively, you can download a  Volunteer Application Interest Form and email it to or post it to the address on the form. To find out more about what it's like to be a Carers in Hertfordshire volunteer please visit our Volunteer page.

Keep in Touch Service Volunteers

Due to coronavirus and the support we have needed to offer, we are being more proactive with our carers and seeing real benefits. We need to recruit new Keep in Touch volunteers to help us with this role. The role is based at home and we would ask you to ring 5-10 carers each week. The carers are not expecting our calls and you will get a list with new names each week.

Keep in Touch (COVID-19) Volunteer Role Description

Virtual Note Taker at Forums and Meetings

We are looking for volunteers who are looking to gain experience in taking notes, for our Forums and Meetings. Our Forums are all taking place on Zoom on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, throughout the year. Our Meetings are also held on Zoom on various days of the week.

Virtual Note Taker Volunteer Role Description

Carer Support Hub Group Leaders and Helpers

We run 16 Carer Support Hub Groups across Hertfordshire which meet once a month at regular times. We are looking for new Leaders to run our groups in Berkhamsted and Potters Bar. We welcome applications for Joint Leaders if people want to share the role. We are looking for confident people who like working in teams and have an understanding of caring. Good communication skills are important. We would also welcome volunteers to help make drinks or greet carers at the Hub meetings.

Role description: Carer Support Hub Group Leader Volunteer Vacancy

Bereavement Volunteers

To work as part of our team of trained volunteers to support bereaved carers to help them to find their own way forward after their loss. Training for new Bereavement Service Volunteers will start in September 2020.

Bereavement Volunteer Role Description (COVID-19 response)

Volunteer Opportunities in the Borehamwood area

We need volunteers to help at our Monday to Friday lunch and activities club for the over 60s that meets in Borehamwood .
We also need volunteers in our office in Borehamwood to support with administration and on the reception.
Friendly, caring people are needed in these roles. Please look at the job descriptions provided for each role.

Role Description: Borehamwood Seniors General Helper

Role Description: Administration Volunteer

If you can’t find anything you are interested in please contact us by email on   or ring us on 01992 58 69 69 and we will do everything we can to find you the perfect opportunity.

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