The aim of our 2018 Lottery-funded Regional Volunteer Project is:
‘To ensure that no patient (or their supporter) should ever have to walk the journey from diagnosis and through treatment alone and without the support of other similarly diagnosed and locally-based patients and their supporters.’
This will be achieved through providing training to volunteers to develop:
- volunteer-led regional peer support group meetings (now)
- in-clinic volunteer representation (future)
Meet our Current Regional Volunteers!
Emily Fazal (Yorkshire)
Charmaine Chantler (The North East)
Geoff Toon (Leicestershire)
Gill Underhill (Leicestershire)
Julie Fayers (Suffolk)
Shirley Mander (Warwickshire)
Tara Watkin (Essex)
Melinda Hicks (The South West)
Amanda Shaw (Scotland)
What Meetings Are Happening?
Interested in Becoming a Regional Volunteer?
AMEND provides regular training and a full kit to help Regional Volunteers with their roles.
If you are interested in becoming a Regional Volunteer, then please contact AMEND CEO, Jo Grey.
This project has been funded thanks to an award from the Big Lottery Fund.