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Volunteering for Dementia Support at Sage House

Why is volunteering important?

Volunteering provides an invaluable contribution to help us continue and develop our services. We recognise and appreciate the skills, experience and enthusiasm volunteers bring. Every single one of our volunteers helps to make a big difference to our customers and community. In return, we offer a sociable and friendly environment where volunteers can build on their skills, gain experience and achieve personal goals.

Why volunteer for Dementia Support?

It’s a great way to:

  • Make a difference to people living with dementia and their carers

  • Meet and interact with new people

  • Gain new experience

  • Learn new skills

  • Build confidence and self esteem

What do we look for in a volunteer?

  • Volunteers need a willingness to learn and understand dementia. Training will be provided.

  • Volunteers may need to be flexible and adaptable.

  • Volunteers will need to use communication skills to interact with our customers.

Goodwood Volunteering

As the Goodwood Estate's Charity of the Year for 2023 and 2024, we have been invited to attend, raise awareness and collect donations at a range of Goodwood events held at Goodwood Racecourse and Goodwood Motor Circuit. We want to maximise this opportunity to have a big presence at all the events, but we need your help!

By volunteering, you will also receive a wristband to attend the whole event in addition to your allocated collection times. On each day we will have a lead member of staff who will help you with everything you need. To sign up to the 2024 events, please click on the button below.

Register as a Dementia Support Volunteer

Please complete the form below to register as a volunteer for Dementia Support.

Once completed, we will be in touch to discuss next steps and arrange a meeting.

Your Details

Current Dementia Support Volunteer Vacancies:

Cafe Volunteer

Dementia Friendly Cafe Volunteers

Volunteers support Daisy’s Café at Sage House which is open to the local community and our customers. The role is based in Daisy’s Café at Sage House which is open Monday to Friday. We currently require volunteer cover between 12noon – 4pm, Monday - Wednesday.

Volunteer Photographer

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We are looking for a volunteer photographer to visit Sage House for a day to capture the magic of our services and customers.

These photographs will be used across marketing material and social media. This is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to volunteer for a local charity and expand their portfolio.

If you're interested, please contact the marketing team below with your portfolio and availability.

Day Breaks Volunteer

Day Breaks customers and volunteers

Day Breaks Volunteers help deliver a variety of dementia friendly group sessions for Sage House customers who attend for the day to participate in activities and have lunch. This role will suit someone that has background experience as a Support Worker/Nurse or people who have friendly and enthusiastic manner and enjoy connecting with people.

Reception Volunteer

Volunteer receptionist

We need Volunteers to support our busy reception desk at Sage House, to greet customers and their family members/carers, volunteers and other visitors. This role will suit people who have a friendly and enthusiastic manner. It can sometimes be a busy environment and will require some multi-tasking. The support is needed between 9am - 4pm Monday to Friday.

Dementia Support Volunteer Stories

Shaun, Hair No. 4

My experience is personal as my father had dementia and sadly my mother-in-law is going through a very similar thing. Cutting hair for people living with dementia and their carers and the happy feeling of looking good is something I can give people.

Hairdressing is an art-form I can give to people and give back to the community. I enjoy doing it and the people here are great, they always make me feel so welcome. I’ve built up a bit of a bond with some of the clients here; they all walk past and wave and say ‘hello Shaun’. So the more I can give back, the better I feel; its great fun. I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t enjoy it.

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