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Volunteering helps boost staff morale and gives employees a welcome break from their offices whilst enjoying a day with their colleagues, all whilst making a meaningful contribution to the local community.
Corporate supporters have the chance to offer their teams a day’s volunteering for Chestnut Tree House, at the hospice, at our Retail Distribution Centre or out and about at events across East and West Sussex and South East Hampshire.
This not only helps them to feel a personal connection to the people they are helping but gives them a chance to see and learn how all their support helps local children and families who know they don’t have long together.
Volunteering days at the hospice are always popular so, to make sure as many people as possible get the chance to experience them, you may work alongside another team from another company.
Alternatively, your team might like to spend the day at Chestnut Tree House’s Retail Distribution Centre in Worthing, sorting the wonderful donations that come into our shops.
There are also many events that you can come along to lend a hand at, whether it’s joining a cheer squad for our marathon runners or manning a hole at a golf day, we have something to suit everyone.
To find out more about corporate volunteering opportunities or to book in a date please contact us.
“A very emotional but wonderful experience, and a great opportunity to give something back to those who really do need the support.” Dean Maughan
“We went on a tour. That moment when you are told that the star hanging on the door means a child has passed away. That child is lying in bed in that room and you are on the other side. Heart wrenching. Today I volunteered for Chestnut Tree House for children, the only one of its kind (for children) in Sussex. They do amazing work and it is an amazing place. Please support them. Give your kids a hug.” Sanjay Gohil
“A truly humbling experience, and the day was so much more rewarding than moving figures around a spreadsheet.” Jason Smith