The power of volunteering this Volunteers’ Week

There is no better time than now to say a HUGE thank you!

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#VolunteersWeek is a national campaign that is taking place from 1-7 June. It celebrates the wonderful contribution of volunteers.

There is a renewed focus on the power of volunteering across the UK at this time. It’s inspiring to see that volunteering has soared  and is bringing communities together during the current pandemic. Importantly, volunteers will play a role in helping the UK move out of lockdown. However, there are many volunteering roles that have been put on hold and activities that cannot take place, but we continue to say a big thank you to volunteers across the nation for their support over the past year and during this time.

We are always truly grateful for the valuable time our volunteers give to support our work in making sure no one faces lymphoma alone. But now more than ever, we want to say thank you to our volunteers for their continued support and commitment during this time where we're adapting our volunteering activities, especially with many volunteers being affected by lymphoma. 

Lymphoma Action has always recognised the power and enormous value of their incredible volunteers. Their time, skills, expertise and care makes such a difference to the work we do. Without their support we simply wouldn't be able to deliver many of our important services, raise awareness and reach people in need who are affected by lymphoma.

Volunteering is never more needed! So if you’d like to find out more about how together we can inform, support and connect people affected by lymphoma now, and as we prepare for the future, take a look at our flexible current opportunities

No matter where you live in the UK and whether you have a few hours to spare or would like to regularly get involved, we have opportunities to suit your time, interests and skills. Don't just take our word for it:

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How you can get involved this Volunteers’ Week 2020