We have a large and dedicated team of volunteers. In fact, 500 people regularly give up their time to volunteer at the hospitals.
They make a huge contribution to all aspects of hospital life, from patient care to administration, running the hospitals' shops and radio stations, and fundraising for extra equipment.
And it's not just the organisation that benefits. Volunteering is a rewarding experience that can transform your life by providing a new focus, new skills, new friends and the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping other people.
Many of our volunteers say that they have made many friends since joining the Trust, and one of the main reasons they enjoy volunteering is the social opportunities.
We welcome volunteers of any age: our youngest volunteer is just 17, our oldest is 92.
So, whether you're looking for a confidence boost before returning to work, or looking to add new skills to your CV, volunteering at the Trust could be a positive move.
Whatever your walk of life, skills or current situation, volunteering could change your life, and there's certainly something for everyone.
The groups that support the Trust are: