Welcome to the Voluntary Services page for Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust.
We are very lucky to have a fantastic team of volunteers at Humber. Our volunteers work hard to improve the services we offer and enrich the lives of Humber patients and service users. We encourage people to join us from all groups and communities. If you are interested in volunteering and are contacting us for the first time, we will be on hand if you have any questions. We can discuss any concerns which might make it difficult for you to volunteer. If you decide you would like to get involved we will lead you through the application process to become a Humber volunteer.
We ask all potential volunteers to complete a DBS check and Occupational Health assessment. For these processes ID documents and personal information will need to be disclosed. We also ask volunteers to complete NHS online volunteer training (which could help lead you to gaining the “National Volunteering Certificate”). For more information on the checks and training please see the attachment below. If you are interested in getting involved, please have a look at the current volunteering opportunities available on the link below. You can click to start an application
Volunteering Opportunities | Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Volunteering (goassemble.com)
Existing volunteers can use the Assemble page to find out more about current vacancies, log your volunteering hours, keep a volunteering diary, keep track of your training progress, update us on all your current information and so much more. Existing volunteers can log in here:
Assemble | Login | Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust (goassemble.com)
If you work within the Trust and would like to discuss the possibility of recruiting a volunteer to your team or have a one-off request for volunteers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you will find all the information you need on this page. If you have any questions please do drop us an email at email@example.com
Voluntary Services Team
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
Mary Seacole Building (Entrance 2)
East Riding of Yorkshire
Twitter: @HumberVoluntary Facebook: @humbernhsft