A big ‘Thank you’ to volunteers at Belfast Trust

02/06/2010

The Belfast Trust has held a special thank you event in recognition of the work carried out throughout the year by its hardworking and dedicated volunteers.

To coincide with Volunteer Week which runs from 1-7 June, the Trust hosted a reception where Trust Chairman, Pat McCartan, acknowledged the important role it's volunteers played in complementing the work of staff throughout the organisation.

In 2009-2010 volunteers have provided an incredible 45,720 hours of service.

The Belfast Trust has held a special thank you event in recognition of the work carried out throughout the year by its hardworking and dedicated volunteers.

To coincide with Volunteer Week which runs from 1-7 June, the Trust hosted a reception where Trust Chairman, Pat McCartan, acknowledged the important role it's volunteers played in complementing the work of staff throughout the organisation.

In 2009-2010 volunteers have provided an incredible 45,720 hours of service.

 

 

Pictured: Merlyn Hatch(centre), a long service volunteer at Musgrave Park hospital receives her certificate for 30 years service, from Trust Chairman Pat McCartan and Wendy Osbourne from Volunteer Now.

 


About Volunteering

Volunteering takes many forms ranging from befriending and storytelling to gardening and wig fitting. Staff and patients alike recognise the valuable contribution the volunteers make.

There are opportunities for volunteering throughout the Trust. No previous experience is required and while volunteers must be at least 16 years of age, there is no upper age limit.

Interested in volunteering? Find out more