Volunteering at Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust can be a rewarding experience for anyone looking to gain hands-on experience in their future profession, make a difference to the lives of those in their community and expand their knowledge while providing support to our staff.

Key Benefits of Volunteering

  • Experience the huge variety of roles, clinical and non-clinical, within the Trust and the NHS
  • Increase awareness of what's involved in delivering health and social care
  • Supporting you in your career journey
  • Service users' care plans may involve volunteering as part of their journey to recovery


Staffordshire Library Volunteers

MPFT works with local communities to provide library services. These community libraries are run by volunteers, managed by the Trust and supported by Staffordshire County Council's library service.

We believe we should provide excellent clinical services for those that need them, but also support people to improve and maintain their mental wellbeing. Communities are very important for our wellbeing and we recognise that libraries provide a focus for local people to come together, as well as offering opportunities for learning, socialising and volunteering.

In order to continue to provide services, each library needs volunteers to take on a variety of roles. If you are interested, please contact libraryvolunteers@mpft.nhs.uk for more information. 

The eight libraries we manage are

Barton Under Needwood, Baswich, Brewood, Glascote, Holmcroft, Heath Hayes, Hednesford and Norton Canes.

Get in Contact

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR

E-mail: enquiries@mpft.nhs.uk 

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0300 790 7000
(staffed 24 hours a day, every day)

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