£11,100 per annum- 20 hour week Flexible working. We are looking for a Service Co-ordinator with experience working with & supervising volunteers. You should have knowledge of volunteering related best practice and be a car owner with a full driving licence. Contact 01306 881816 for application pack or email@example.com. No CV’s Closing Date: Monday 31st […]
£12,140 p.a. for 24 hours per week We are looking for a self-starter to oversee and administer a busy charity. The Brigitte Trust provides emotional and practical support to people facing life threatening illness. The Trust is based in Dorking. Please contact Sharon Sillitoe for more information and application pack on: 01306 881816 or […]
A number of Brigitte Trust volunteers recently enjoyed a 6 mile walk in the Surrey Hills together with Lee Bennett (our new CEO) and his wife Davina. The weather was perfect and the walk was through beautiful local countryside. This was followed by lunch at Denbies Wine Estate, together with other Brigitte Trust volunteers. Thanks […]
At a reception on November 18th at Denbies Wine Estate, the Brigitte Trust received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from Sir Adrian White CBE DL. The crystal award and certificate signed by HM Queen Elizabeth II was received by two Brigitte Trust volunteers who are founder members of our charity. The reception was attended […]
The Brigitte Trust, based in Dorking, is recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for 2015 A voluntary group from Dorking which works in the community to support people in their homes at the end of life has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can […]
HRH Princess Alexandra made a visit to St. John’s School Old Chapel in Leatherhead on Friday April 24th to mark the 30th Anniversary of The Brigitte Trust. The Princess met frontline members the charity, including two volunteers, Wendy Lane and Deirdre Lay, who have been with the Trust for 30 years and spent an hour […]
Celebrating our 100th active volunteer this week as the Guildford trainees visited us for their final meeting yesterday – welcome all nine of you!
We are delighted that Sir Paul Beresford, MP for Mole Valley has agreed to become our Patron.
Many congratulations to two of our wonderful volunteers – Chris Axton and Alison Thorp – for their successful nominations at the recent Mole Valley Volunteer Awards.