A SELLER to flog goodies for a good cause is needed.
A people person with a knack for getting shoppers to dig deep is required by the Iain Rennie Hospice at Home.
The right volunteer, who must have their own car, will sell items, such as Christmas cards and branded goodies, at various events throughout the year including fetes, golf days, concerts and fun days.
The Tring-based hospice provides around the clock specialist and supportive palliative care to patients within their own homes.
>FUN helpers who are not scared to get stuck in are wanted to help out at messy play sessions.
The Orchard Children’s Centre in Silk Mill Way, Tring, requires volunteers to help out at weekly sessions on Thursdays from 10am to 11am.
Helpers are also wanted for a dad’s group held fortnightly on Saturdays from 10am to midday.
The children’s centre provides services and support for families with children aged up to five-years-old.
>SOMEONE with persuasive charms is needed to help promote a village children’s centre.
Duties would include visiting businesses to ask them to put up advertising notices, posting adverts on public notice boards and being responsible for putting up posters in agreed places.
The work would be for the Three Villages Children’s Centre, which covers Kings Langley, Nash Mills and Bedmond.
> Find out how our very own reporter Adam Hull is getting on in his bid to rack up 40 hours of volunteering. He has signed up to the Volunteer Centre’s Big40 campaign which is urging people to help out good causes. Read about Adam’s latest volunteering adventure in this week’s Gazette.