Complementary therapists offer specialist therapy to parents as a method of relaxation during their stay in the hospice. On occasions therapists may be asked to work with affected children or siblings if they have the appropriate qualifications.
CHAS collecting can representatives are responsible for placing and collecting fundraising cans from a range of sites including pubs, shops and cafes. People donate to CHAS every day through our network of collecting cans across Scotland. It’s vital that we collect this money, count and bank it so we can then spend the funds on developing our services for children and families.
Fundraising groups are the face of CHAS in the community, raising money and the profile of the charity. Groups deliver fundraising events to raise vital funds to support children with a life-shortening condition across Scotland.
The Rachel House Family Support Team provide direct support to children and families using the hospice. The team are looking for a volunteer to support with administration to enable the team to deliver an outstanding service to children and young people as well as their families.