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Sunflowers was created in memory of Pete Morris who died by suicide in 2016. His family developed the Charity to walk alongside others bereaved by suicide and to be a small ray of light in the ...

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Organisation role · Flexible hours
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
GardeningOutdoorsEvents & festivalCreative
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Sunflowers Suicide Support Charity. Charity Number: 1177266
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Summary

Looking for a handful of volunteers to help attend to one of our lovely Sunflower Memory Gardens.

Detailed description

We are looking for a few volunteers who are passionate about gardening and love to get their hands dirty. We need volunteers who can help maintain our lovely memory garden throughout the year and especially in the lead up to events.


If you love the outdoors and gardening this could be the volunteer role for you!

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About Sunflowers Suicide Support Charity. Charity Number: 1177266

Sunflowers was created in memory of Pete Morris who died by suicide in 2016. His family developed the Charity to walk alongside others bereaved by suicide and to be a small ray of light in the darkness; offering others comfort and support that is so desperately needed at such a difficult time. Sunflowers endeavour to provide other families with practical and professional support so they do not feel overwhelmed and alone. This we hope will give a glimmer of hope for the future.

Sunflowers also raise awareness around mental health and suicide both on social media and by networking locally and nationally. We deliver accredited training to the wider community and presentations sharing our story. We highlight that it is Okay to not be ‘Okay’ and the importance of talking and of course listening. We feel that everyone can play a small part in connecting with and helping others to feel less alone.