Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do.
As a Healthwatch Liverpool volunteer, you can play a vital role in empowering people to have their say on local health and social care services.
The time and energy you give as a volunteer enables us to reach and talk to as many patients and carers as we can. Making the most of your strengths and life experience can make a real difference to the work we do and the lives of others.
Plus, volunteering with Healthwatch Liverpool is a great way to develop new skills, grow in confidence and meet new people.
After spending most of my life in and out of hospital, I want to help make a difference and improve services for people.
What can I do as a volunteer?
Our volunteers help us in a number of ways. Whether you have an hour to spare or you're looking for a more regular committment, there are a range of ways you can get involved.
People gave up their time last year to help make a difference to local health and care services.
Through volunteering, I have constantly felt like I'm doing something positive, and making a difference to health and social care
Read our volunteer stories
Read our volunteer stories.
Watch our patient experience film
Meet Angie, Ayo, Bella, Jeanette, Joe and Lisa who volunteered to take part in our patient experience film. See how their stories show the difference that giving feedback about health and care services can make.
Become a Laridae CIC Board Member
Laridae CIC is a social enterprise that is responsible for delivering the Healthwatch Liverpool service in partnership with LCVS. Laridae are currently recruiting directors to join the board so if you believe you have something to offer, click below to find out more.