Volunteer Week: Thoughts on Why

A few weeks before the COVID-19 crisis hit us, we spent some time with our amazing Poet-in-Residence, Jude Simpson.

Jude, who is a wonder with words, met us for a chat to talk about our volunteers, what they bring to our organisation and how grateful we are to them for all their support.

This week is volunteers week and these words that Jude has put together talk about why people might choose to volunteer their time to someone or something else.

Time is something that has no monetary value and yet is so precious. We are so grateful for the time our volunteers give, to us, to our families and our Home-Start as a whole.

Jude Simpson (poet and entertainer) is HSRBSC’s poet in residence. For more about Jude visit www.judesimpson.co.uk.
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