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Make a donation
phone
Simply call the PST
offices on 02890 649628
We will post you out the relevant information and donor form.

 
 
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How to Help    

As someone who donates you can make a real difference to your own and other people’s lives.

Volunteering

The PST is always looking for suitable volunteers to join our network.

What is volunteering?

Volunteering is the commitment of time and energy for the benefit of society, the community, the environment, or individuals outside one's immediate family. It is undertaken freely and by choice, without concern for financial gain.

Why befriend?

The emphasis of our befriending scheme is on providing companionship, through regular visits to our client group, you as a volunteer can help alleviate being a friend, being a person who cares and is willing to make time for someone. We have found that this friendship can develop into a very worthwhile and rewarding experience for all.

What will I be asked to do?

Examples of what we could ask you help us with include the following:

Visit clients at their homes
Transport clients to and from hospital
Accompany and assist PST staff on trips for clients within the UK
Helping out with administration duties ie posting out our newsletter or flyers to clients
Transport clients to and from our classes/courses throughout N Ireland

pdf logo Download The PST Volunteer Application Form
(PDF 25.1 Kb)

How do I donate?

Simply call the pst offices on 02890 649628 and we will post you out the relevant information and donor form.

pdf logo If you are a serving officer, download this form
(PDF 1.6 Mb)
pdf logo If you are medically retired, download this form
(PDF 0.5 Mb)


Further details
If you would like further information please contact us:
telephone
02890 649628
 
 
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