volunteer image.pngIf you’re not keen on abseiling, running a marathon or sitting in a bath of beans…but you still want to help - how about volunteering?

Without our on-site volunteers we would be unable to provide the variety of help required to support our wonderful community of donors and fundraisers. Volunteering gives the opportunity to meet like-minded people, learn new skills and become part of our evolving WHH Charity volunteer team, based at either Warrington or Halton hospitals. 

We are currently looking for volunteers in the following areas: 

Forget Me Not Dementia Garden Volunteer – Alison Kinross, Trust Public Governor and Charitable Funds Committee member takes time out in her week to give a little TLC to our Dementia Forget Me Not Garden.

Alison is joined most weeks by other amazing volunteers of whom help maintain other areas across the Trust.

We have gardening opportunities in both Warrington and Halton.

Volunteering to provide general support to our charity at the Warrington Hospital site could see supporting our fundraising team or at our Community Hub where we issue emergency clothing for patients in need, boredom busters to help keep our patients entertained or toiletries and discharge packs supporting our patients as they leave to go home.

You may also be required to sit on our reception area where you will be the front-of-house face of the charity, providing information and guidance including giving out fundraising packs, sharing information on how to make a donation/or sharing information about what it is we do and the positive difference we make to our patients.


This is a wonderful opportunity to work alongside airline crew who have volunteered at the trust for over 12 months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As life starts to return to normal and they return to the skies we would like to continue this service for our staff with the support of WHH Volunteers.

Working in the lounge at Warrington Hospital you would be serving complimentary hot and cold drinks and snacks throughout a 4.5-hour day as well as wiping down tables to continue the high standard that our Project Wingman Volunteers have set.

This staff break out area has given our staff a welcome place to relax during breaks and take time out of their busy day.  

We welcome volunteers who act as ambassadors in our communities to raise awareness of our charity. This can include supporting the charity fundraising team through bucket collections, event support and connecting with community groups to raise awareness of the charity and support them in their fundraising efforts.

To discuss these opportunities and find out the 'right fit' for you within Warrington and Halton Hospitals' Charity click on the button below.