Would you like to become a Wellbeing Collaborative Volunteer?

Volunteers are an integral part of our purpose at the Wellbeing Collaborative to help people to live their best possible life at home. 

How can you make an impact being a Wellbeing Collaborative Volunteer?

  • Helping to empower patients to live well at home.
  • Having a chance to demonstrate your skills, utilising empathy and supporting people who need some help.
  • Being a part of a project that will inspire change for people across BCP.
  • Enabling local and diverse networks; helping communities to flourish and thrive.
  • Opportunities to attend personalised and tailored training that empowers you as a volunteer.

Would you like to become a Wellbeing Buddy?

A Wellbeing Buddy is a volunteer telephone befriender who is matched with someone who might have been recently discharged from hospital or given support in the community. They will carry out short weekly wellbeing calls to help combat loneliness and isolation. Download more information by clicking the button below.


Would you like to become a Wellbeing Connector? 

A Wellbeing Connector is a volunteer who will help to run our information stations. These stations will help us to spread the word about voluntary and community organisations that can help individuals to live well at home. Download more information by clicking the button below.


Interested? How to Apply: 

  1. Download the application form and equal opportunities form by clicking the buttons below
  2. Fill out and send to [email protected]
  3. Our Volunteer Co-ordinator will be in touch within one week


If you would like to have a discussion about any volunteering opportunities within the Wellbeing Collaborative, please contact our Volunteer Co-Ordinator, Abi Squires by emailing - [email protected]