03 December 2018

Festive volunteering for Rennie Grove

If you’re looking for something to ease you into the Christmas spirit then Rennie Grove Hospice Care might just be able to help!

We have a number of volunteering opportunities, all guaranteed to bring you festive cheer whilst knowing that you are helping to raise much needed funds for local adults and children who have been diagnosed with a life limiting illness and their families. 

Over in Harpenden, we would appreciate help with serving refreshments and the retiring collection at its Christmas charity concert performed by the Music Makers alongside Aldwickbury School. Taking place in the afternoon of Saturday 8 December in the High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden please get in touch with Gemma on 01727 731028 or email community@renniegrove.org for details.

Choirs – including our own – will be singing at Marylebone Station during the afternoon and early evening of Thursday 13 December and are seeking volunteers to shake collection buckets at passing commuters.  If that sounds like something you might find fun then please contact the community team on 01442 820720 or email community@renniegrove.org to find out more.

It’s a busy time of year for Santa who is hoping to find some volunteer elves to accompany him as he travels around on his brightly-lit float, collecting for Rennie Grove Hospice Care. He is also looking for volunteer drivers too.  This year he will be in the Tring area between 9 and 19 December and on Sunday 16 December in St Albans. No previous “elving” experience is necessary for the role.  Please call 01442 820720/01727 731028 or email community@renniegrove.org for more information on this exciting opportunity.

Claire Redrup, Head of Community Fundraising at Rennie Grove said, “By volunteering at one or more of these events you will find yourself enjoying some fabulous, festive fun as well as helping to raise much needed funds that will enable Rennie Grove to continue to care and support adults and children in Bucks and Herts who have been diagnosed with life-limiting illness.”