Marie Curie Clacks

Charity registered in Scotland SC038731

Every day of your life matters, from the first to the last. We believe everyone living with a terminal illness should be able to get the most from the time they have left, however hard that may sometimes feel. We’ll be here for you and your family when you may feel like no-one else is, to help you cope when you don’t know how. Marie Curie Nurses care for you in your home, when you need them most, day or night. Our hospices are at the heart of communities around the UK. And our trained volunteers and advisers are here for you with practical information and support when you don’t know what to do next or just need to talk. We’ll be by your side with care and support every step of the way, bringing light in the darkest hours.


Current opportunities

Marie Curie was a scientist who discovered radium and polonium, contributing to finding treatments for cancer. This work continues to inspire our charity's mission to help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support and research. Marie Curie care for more than 40,000 terminally ill people in the UK a year. The services we offer include providing Nursing care in people’s own home including emotional support. Across the UK we have nine hospices which provide specialist care and support, in Scotland these are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our support teams help anyone affected by terminal illness, online and over the phone. Whether someone needs practical support caring for their loved one, or emotional support once they’ve died, our teams are here to help. Marie Curie often look for volunteers to come onboard to help with a project. This could include local research, promoting a campaign or engaging the local community with activities or events Organised, positive attitude, good communication skills, heart for the community, It Skills, confident engaging with the community. Project assigned will be based on individuals’ skills and requirements.

Marie Curie was a scientist who discovered radium and polonium, contributing to finding treatments for cancer. This work continues to inspire our charity's mission to help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support and research. Marie Curie care for more than 40,000 terminally ill people in the UK a year. The services we offer include providing Nursing care in people’s own home including emotional support. Across the UK we have nine hospices which provide specialist care and support, in Scotland these are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our support teams help anyone affected by terminal illness, online and over the phone. Whether someone needs practical support caring for their loved one, or emotional support once they’ve died, our teams are here to help. Join one of their local groups of volunteers who come together to raise funds for the charity through supporting fundraising campaigns and organising events and activities. Induction training will be provided alongside one to one support by your local Community Fundraiser. Ability to work as a team, positive attitude, good communication skills, heart for the community, passionate about fundraising, committed to attend group meetings. Events or fundraising experience would be desirable howeverr not essential and will be trained and supported in role. Flexible around schedules.

Marie Curie was a scientist who discovered radium and polonium, contributing to finding treatments for cancer. This work continues to inspire our charity's mission to help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support and research. Marie Curie care for more than 40,000 terminally ill people in the UK a year. The services we offer include providing Nursing care in people’s own home including emotional support. Across the UK we have nine hospices which provide specialist care and support, in Scotland these are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our support teams help anyone affected by terminal illness, online and over the phone. Whether someone needs practical support caring for their loved one, or emotional support once they’ve died, our teams are here to help. Support the charity by placing collection tins and daffodil boxes at sites across your local community. This would involve finding new sites to have a tin, regularly checking on if they need replacing, banking the funds raised and thanking the sites for their support. Organised, good communication skills when building relationships with local organisations. No experience needed as full training is given.

Marie Curie was a scientist who discovered radium and polonium, contributing to finding treatments for cancer. This work continues to inspire our charity's mission to help people and their families living with a terminal illness make the most of the time they have together by delivering expert care, emotional support and research. Marie Curie care for more than 40,000 terminally ill people in the UK a year. The services we offer include providing Nursing care in people’s own home including emotional support. Across the UK we have nine hospices which provide specialist care and support, in Scotland these are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our support teams help anyone affected by terminal illness, online and over the phone. Whether someone needs practical support caring for their loved one, or emotional support once they’ve died, our teams are here to help. This role involves coordinating collections in venues in your community e.g. supermarkets, shopping centres. From filling the rotas, to being the point of contact for volunteers, to banking funds raised. Induction training will be provided alongside one to one support by your local Community Fundraiser. Organised, positive attitude, good communication skills, heart for the community, responsible. No experience needed as will be trained and supported throughout the role.