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Administration & General Support

Supporting the administrative tasks of the Trust, including data input, counting donations, welcoming service users and much more. This could be at our offices in St. Michael's Hospice, St. Leonards or at our Therapy Centre in Sidley, Bexhill. 

Current Volunteering Opportunities

Currently there are no volunteering opportunities.

Admin Volunteer, Sheila shares her story:
“My sister had breast cancer and received support from an organisation in her local area. I felt I wanted to support Sara Lee Trust in their work, so once retired with time to spare I wanted to use it to give back to others. I volunteer 4 hours a week assisting with welcoming clients and assist with the Trust admin.”

Gardening Volunteer, Chris shares his story:
"When I was given the opportunity to design a garden for the therapy centre, my aim was to create a haven of relaxation based on all-year colour, scent, and texture.  Thanks to the generosity of many organisations, the garden is now abundant with plants. Please take a few minutes when you’re here to sit and relax in the natural environment the garden provides. Service users may request to take flowers and produce home."

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The Sara Lee Trust provides an invaluable service to our breast patients. ItÂ’s amazing that I am able to refer patients for a variety of complementary therapies. We know what a difference this can make when struggling to cope with the side effects of treatment and beyond. The counselling service is also a lifeline for some patients and the feedback we receive is always positive. We would genuinely struggle to access counselling with the volume of patients who are in need through the NHS in a timely manner. 

Juliette Twyman - ESHT Macmillan Breast Clinical Nurse Specialist

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