From 1 to 12 June we will be celebrating Bliss' incredible volunteers during National Volunteers' Week. Bliss volunteers play an important role in providing emotional support and information to parents and families of babies born premature or sick. We wanted to use this time to shout their names from the rooftops and give them the recognition they deserve. Find out more about our plans and see how you can get involved:
Have you been supported by a volunteer in the past? Would you like to say thanks? Click here for more information.
To celebrate and recognise the wonderful support of our team of Bliss volunteers, we have an array of activities taking place throughout the course of National Volunteers’ week.
Want to know what drives a volunteer to get involved with Bliss? Check out our special blogs for National Volunteers' Week to get to know volunteers in and out of their roles.
Mum Lisa explains the emotional rollercoaster & isolation she went throughwhen her daughter was born at 30 weeks:… https://t.co/GrvjZrScuR
RT @AmandaDCNN: Congratulations on a great event @Blisscharity! Thrilled to have been part of it x https://t.co/kEQ4dwvvjZ
Thank you to Nicholas Owen, @AmandaDCNN, @SpiritYPC and @GemmaClassical for performing at our carol concert and, of… https://t.co/UMGeBxcXpt