Emergency contact details
Keeping in touch
St Luke’s would like to contact you about our work, future fundraising events and how your volunteering role helps. Please let us know if you would like to hear from us. I am happy for St Luke’s to stay in touch via:
We may also contact you by post and telephone with information regarding your role, as well as our work and how you can further support us. To opt out, please contact us on 0114 235 7639 / 0114 235 7560 / 0114 235 7548 or email [email protected]
We will never sell or swap your details with other organisations for them to use for their own purposes, and you can opt out of communications by contacting us at any time.
If you want to know more about how we look after your data, please see the privacy notice which is available on our website.
Please select your preferred volunteering day(s). Flexible shifts available.
(including volunteer experience)
Our current opportunities
Please select which volunteer role(s) you would like to apply for
Our shops and Donation Centre
Volunteering to support our Retail chain is a great way to gain work experience, make friends and contribute to the community.
Supporting patients and families (Little Common Lane)
We have a number of volunteer roles which involve supporting our patients, their families and friends at our Little Common Lane Hospice site.
These roles are suitable for qualified professionals who would like to offer their time to St Luke’s.
Supporting clients and families (Ecclesall Road South)
Our Patient and Family Support services at Ecclesall Road South (previously Clifford House) offers fun, relaxation and practical support to anybody in Sheffield affected by an incurable illness.
Events & Community
Our Fundraising team can always use a helping hand for their busy schedule of events, bucket collections, races and charity challenges. Flexible shifts available.
You should have known your referee for at least 6 months. This could be a teacher, friend or neighbour. Please don't use a relative.
Referee two (not required if applying for roles in shops or fundraising)
Your details will be kept in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They will be held securely and confidentially. I have read and understood the information above and agree to the use of my personal data in accordance with GDPR.
Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) checks
St Luke’s meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. This will include details of cautions, reprimands, final warnings and convictions. Dependant on the volunteering role you will be subject to a DBS check. St Luke’s abides by the strict DBS Code of Practice with regard to disclosures whereby any conviction would not necessarily bar you from volunteering.
I confirm that all details supplied on this form are true and complete to the best of my knowledge and I recognise that failure to declare any relevant information or to supply the details required may result in my volunteer role with St Luke's being discontinued.
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
St Luke's is committed to ensuring equal opportunity in its volunteer recruitment practices. As part of our monitoring process we ask for your co-operation in completing the questions on this form. We wish to give you the following assurances:
- The information provided will not be used as part of our selection process. Your responses will be separated from the application and will not be shared with the recruiting manager.
- The information provided will be regarded as confidential and will only be used for monitoring and planning purposes.
- Should you choose not to complete this form it will not affect your application.