Volunteer with Fundraising

Support us at events

Our fabulous fundraising volunteers are absolutely essential to the success of our events.

There's a great range of events to get involved in, from our famous Tour de Bristol bike ride to The Rugby March and beyond. You can choose from lots of different roles including marshalling, merchandise sales, bucket collections, stewarding and even face painting.

Helping us at fundraising events is a really flexible way to volunteer with us – ideal if your time is limited and you can't make a regular commitment. It's a really fun, sociable way to make a difference while helping us raise vital funds for our work.  

If you'd like to join our team of fundraising volunteers, please complete the form below and we'll be in touch.

Support us in our fundraising office 

We have a wide range of rewarding volunteer roles at our fundraising office in Long Ashton. You could be involved in database inputting, administration, marketing and banking. To find out more, please email volunteer@stpetershospice.org

We are currently recruiting for volunteers to help our new Supporter Care Team with telephone calls. If you are an outgoing and confident communicator who would like to be part of a friendly team and develop new skills, please fill out the form below to register your interest.

Fundraising buckets

Register your interest to volunteer

We would love to keep you updated with news about our work and fundraising activities and may contact you by mail or phone with updates or information we think you'd be interested in. See our privacy policy for more information on how we use and protect personal information. You can change the way we communicate with you at any time by calling us on 01275 391400, emailing communications@stpetershospice.org or writing to us St Peter's Hospice Fundraising Office, Unit 18 Orchard View, Estune Business Park, Pear Tree Avenue, Long Ashton, Bristol BS41 9FR.


great reasons to volunteer:


By raising vital funds you'll make a massive difference to our patients and their families.


Volunteering is good for you. Evidence shows it's great for you mental and physical health!


You'll make new friends and meet lots of new people from around Bristol


You can gain useful experience and transferable skills in retail and customer service.


It looks great on CVs and UCAS forms


You don't need particular skills or experience - we provide full training and support is always available.


Flexible commitment - you can fit volunteering around your existing commitments


Contribute to the 'circular economy', cutting down on landfill and encouraging Bristol to recycle.


Be part of your local community


Gain confidence and self-esteem