Why do we need volunteers?
Volunteers provide an invaluable contribution to helping us continue to run our 30+ community services. We recognise and greatly appreciate the skills, experience and enthusiasm they bring. Every single one of our volunteers helps to make a big difference to the people we work with. In return, we offer a supportive, flexible yet structured and professional environment where volunteers can build on their skills, gain experience and achieve their personal goals.
What do volunteers do?
Volunteers support almost all of our services and teams, undertaking tasks such as:
It's a great way to:
Find out more about our range of volunteer roles currently available.
Every year Guild Care organises and has a presence at huge number of fundraising and community events in Worthing and the local area. We simply couldn’t do this without the help of our wonderful fundraising volunteers.Read more
This is a completely free service to any older person who lives alone and is due to be discharged from hospital. Our wonderful Home from Hospital volunteers provide social and practical support.Read more
In order to run our services, we rely on drivers to drive our minibuses in and around Worthing. Could you spare a few hours a day picking up customers and bringing them to our day centres and taking them on days out?Read more
We are looking for some volunteers who can help us to create a warm and friendly shopping environment to help in one of our Guild Care or Worthing Scope charity shops.Read more
Haviland House, Guild Care’s dementia care home in Goring, would love to have a knowledgeable volunteer who can lead on the care of the raised beds and the greenhouse.Read more