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North Highland Cancer & Information Support Centre

Charity registered in Scotland SC039687

Vulnerable adults have the right to live and receive services in an environment which is free from prejuce and safe from abuse.


Current opportunities

Male volunteer to help support men living with Cancer in Caithness. The mens group is held monthly on Thursday evenings in the Thurso centre and offers physical, financial and emotional support. If you have survived cancer or have experience of Cancer e.g. through a family member you could offer invaluable help to this charity.

North Highland Cancer information & support Group offers support to people with cancer. Volunteers with therapy skills, beauty, massage, manicure Etc. can offer to volunteer to help people feel better about themselves

This valued charity based in Thurso offers free support to people and family members experiencing Cancer. Volunteers offer a listening ear and practical, social and emotional support at the Centre on Mondays & Thursdays. Can you offer a couple of hours to help the service continue, training offered.

The Cancer Support Centre in Thurso is a voluntary organisation offering practical, financial and emotional support to people experiencing Cancer [and their families]. the group are looking for new volunteers to help with teas/coffees and to meet and greet people coming to the centre.