Showcasing Volunteering at NNUH ​

As part of National Volunteers’ Week, the Voluntary Services team at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be running an event for anyone interested in volunteering at Norfolk’s biggest hospital.

More than 400 volunteers give up their time to support departments and teams across NNUH and there are a wide range of roles, including meet and greet, supporting wards and out-patient clinics and services to support patients when they are discharged from hospital.

A Showcasing Volunteers event will be hosted on Level 1 of the East Atrium on Wednesday 5 June between 10am and 4pm.

It will provide a chance for people to meet the hospital’s volunteer co-ordinators and the Pets as Therapy dogs.

Sally Dyson, Voluntary Services Manager, said: “We are looking forward to this event as we talk all things volunteering and celebrate 40 years of National Volunteers’ Week. The event is open to the general public, anyone wishing to become a volunteer, current volunteers and any staff that would like to discuss having volunteers in their areas or show their appreciation to volunteers.”

Councillor Stuart Dark, Chairman of Norfolk County Council, has announced that his theme for the year is going to be supporting and celebrating volunteers and promoting volunteering in Norfolk and will be attending the event.

To find out more about volunteering roles at NNUH, visit

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