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Fri 17 Mar 2017

Communities 1st are looking for volunteers to register and become a Community Champion in their local area. This role will enable us to reach further into local communities and raise awareness of the work of

our charity.

 

What will I be doing?

  • Attending the lunches, talking to people and making a note of what their issues are and how we could help.
  • Phoning up other voluntary organisations to see if they can help the person if we can’t.
  • Keeping records of what the project has achieved on a spreadsheet
  • Publicising the project - putting up posters/ leaflets in the library and supermarkets.
  • In general, helping out. It’s likely that each day you volunteer will vary.
  • Act as the local representative for Community Hertsmere in the local community.
  • Act as a point of contact for other local volunteers in the area.
  • Distribute marketing materials to sites to help with the promotion of fundraising and work of Communities 1st.
  • Build key relationships within the local community including supermarkets, businesses, schools, colleges, churches etc
  • Identify and collate details of local schools, memberships & associations, clubs and community groups.

 

About the Organisation

Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Communities 1st has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Communities 1st aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community.  We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community. 

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are they looking for?

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience

  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate.
  • Good written skills able to speak confidently with variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to monitor and maintain own standards and pay attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Flexible approach and willingness to work as part of a team
  • Proficiency in Microsoft word
  • Ability to work independently and ask for clarification when needed
  • Commit at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

This opportunity is suitable for those people who would like to get office based experience.

No formal qualifications or prior guiding experience are required to volunteer with us.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

A full charity induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on which event you are working on.

Home based and in your local area.

References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

A minimum of six months commitment is required.

 

Benefits:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Hertsmere team
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service

 

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Fri 17 Mar 2017

Like to Drink Coffee, Tea and Chat - we are looking for volunteers with exceptional skills in drinking coffee and being friendly. With these skills you can help us ensure a bright, positive future for

older people.
 

What will I be doing?

  • Chat with coffee morning participants, in a group setting and on a one-to-one basis
  • Making tea/coffee and other refreshments, washing up & put away.
  • Research local news, information, events and organisations that participants will find useful.
  • Assist staff to set-up room, plus pack-down and clean-up afterwards
  • Helping set-up and helping wash-up afterwards

 

About the Organisation
Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Communities 1st has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Communities 1st aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community.  We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community. 

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are they looking for?

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience

  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Flexible approach and willingness to work as part of a team
  • Commit at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

No formal qualifications or prior guiding experience are required to volunteer with us.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

A full charity,  induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on which event you are working on.

References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

 

Benefits:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Hertsmere team
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service

 

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Thu 16 Mar 2017

Bid Writer/Coordinator

This role offers a great opportunity for the right person who is looking to; gain experience in the Third Sector; develop their office based and management experience; or just simply – “give something back to their community”. The role is for you if you are looking for flexibility and autonomy.

Activity and Events Volunteer

Assist with planning, organising and running events. May involve some evening or weekend work.  Anyone who can commit time no matter how limited, will be appreciated.

Assistant Caretaker

To work alongside staff undertaking various housekeeping duties including:  room preparation/moving furniture, maintaining the cleanliness of the building, general maintenance/decorating and any other relevant duties that may arise.

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will play a critical role in helping to further develop and establish the charitable organisation by supporting one of the two Managers and/or the Chief Executive.

ICT/Admin Support Volunteer

Your main roles will be to complete everyday ICT/Admin created within the office as well as maintaining the Community Hertsmere website. Your post will also include transferring current data onto new software packages and helping us to update our current systems. You will also be on hand to aid the rest of the team with any IT problems they might have.

Coffee Morning Helper

Like to Drink Coffee, Tea and Chat - we are looking for volunteers with exceptional skills in drinking coffee and being friendly. With these skills you can help us ensure a bright, positive future for older people.

PAT Tester

Are you a bit Techy?   We're looking for someone who can sort, collate and PAT test electrical goods on our and other charity organisations premises.   After the appropriate training you will be carrying out a Portable Appliance Test on electrical items to ensure that they are safe.

Leaflet and Poster Distributor

Community Hertsmere is looking for Volunteer leaflet and Poster distributors to supply locally identified shops, businesses and not-for-profit organisations with leaflets and posters that promote activities and events available for local residents.

Corporate Business Sponsorship Volunteer

We are looking for a Corporate Business Sponsorship Volunteer to make a significant contribution to the team and the work of the charity through developing new initiatives and growing our sponsor and business partner relationships.

Social Media and Communications Volunteer

Community Hertsmere is looking for a Social Media and Communications Volunteer, who loves to face work challenges; to join their growing team to gain practical experience working in a Social Media related role, show real life experiences of

Social Media and Communications Volunteer

Community Hertsmere is looking for a Social Media and Communications Volunteer, who loves to face work challenges; to join their growing team to gain practical experience working in a Social Media related role, show real life experiences of

creating and managing communications campaigns.    

Community Champion

Community Hertsmere is looking for volunteers to register and become a Community Champion in their local area. This role will enable us to reach further into local communities and raise awareness of the work of our charity.

Digital Champion

A 'Digital Champion' is someone who supports family, friends, colleagues, customers or people in their community to enjoy all the benefits that Basic Online Skills can bring.   You don't need to be an IT whizz or guru to become a Digital Champion within your community, you just need a bit of spare time and enthusiasm to support others to experience the benefits of the internet and digital technology.

Ebay Account Co-ordinator

The Ebay Account Co-ordinator will play a critical role in helping to further develop and establish the charitable organisation by selling items to gain profit for the organisation.

Volunteer Centre Team Member

We’re looking to grow our team at the Volunteer Centre and increase the number of people volunteering in the district.  Our Volunteers are the first point of contact for people accessing the centre and need to be reliable, friendly and enjoy helping people.  The roles are varied and provide volunteers with a wide range of skills and experience in a busy office of a thriving local charity.

Volunteer Speaker

As a Volunteer Speaker you will represent the Community Hertsmere at events and meetings. You will be confident in speaking about the cause and the work of the charity and you will develop relationships with key supporters and individuals as part of the process.

Telephone Befriender

Our telephone Befrienders phone older people with long-term health conditions and their carers. They call on a regular basis to offer a friendly chat and a listening ear.

Volunteer Interviewer

The role of Volunteer Interviewer would suit someone who is confident and outgoing with excellent communication skills.  You will interview members of the public on a one to one basis and discuss various volunteering opportunities with them that are available. You will also need to be able to assist in the completion of some application forms on some occasions.

Note Taker

Community Hertsmere is looking for a Volunteer Note Taker to attend about 10 meetings a year to take notes throughout the meeting.  This role offers a great opportunity for the right person who is looking to; gain experience in the Third Sector; develop their office based and management experience; or just simply 'give something back to their community'.

 

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Thu 16 Mar 2017

Communities 1st are looking for Bid Writer/ Coordinator, who loves to face work challenges; to join their growing team.   The Bid Writer/ Coordinator will play a critical role by assisting the

Chief Executive to prepare proposals that helps the organisation to further develop and establish.


This role offers a great opportunity for the right person who is looking to; gain experience in the Third Sector; develop their office based and management experience; or just simply 'give something back to their community'. The role is for you if you are looking for flexibility and autonomy.

 

What will I be doing?

  • Apart from writing proposal, you will also be reviewing and editing previously written content wherever necessary.
  • Working with other team members to produce bid responses and writings
  • Help in writing funding applications for the varied projects that we run in order to meet our organisational objectives.
  • Also help in presentations and all supporting documentation.
  • Contribute to staff meetings and other internal meetings with views and suggestions etc.
     

About the Organisation
Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Communities 1st has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Communities 1st aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community.  We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community. 

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are they looking for?

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience

  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate.
  • Good written skills able to speak confidently with variety of stakeholders
  • Able to write effective, concise and compelling content
  • You will be self-starting and willing to research and look for new funding opportunities that match our aims and objectives;
  • Well organized, pro-active and able to deliver tasks efficiently
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to monitor and maintain own standards and pay attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Flexible approach and willingness to work as part of a team
  • Proficiency in Microsoft word
  • Ability to work independently and ask for clarification when needed
  • Commit at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

This opportunity is suitable for those people who would like to get office based experience.

No formal qualifications or prior guiding experience are required to volunteer with us.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

A full charity induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on which event you are working on.

Home based and in your local area.

References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

A minimum of six months commitment is required.

 

Benefits:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Hertsmere team
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service

 

View Volunteering Opportunities

Thu 16 Mar 2017

About the opportunity

To work alongside staff undertaking various housekeeping duties including; room preparation/moving furniture, maintaining the cleanliness of the building, general maintenance/decorating and

any other relevant duties that may arise.

 

About the Organisation
Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Communities 1st has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Communities 1st aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community.  We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community. 

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are they looking for?

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience

  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate.
  • Able to speak confidently with variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to monitor and maintain own standards and pay attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Flexible approach and willingness to work as part of a team
  • Ability to work independently and ask for clarification when needed
  • Commit at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

No formal qualifications or prior guiding experience are required to volunteer with us.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

A full charity induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on which event you are working on.

References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

 

Benefits:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Hertsmere team
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service

 

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Thu 16 Mar 2017

About the opportunity

We are a small friendly team of staff and volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds.The Administrative Assistant will play a critical role in helping to further develop and establish the charitable organisation

by supporting one of the two Managers and/or the Chief Executive.


This role offers a great opportunity for the right person who is looking to; gain experience in the Third Sector; develop their office based and management experience; or just simply 'give something back to their community'. If you are looking for flexibility and autonomy, this role is for you.

 

What will I be doing?

  • Helping to raise the profile of our charitable organization and generate funds
  • Assisting with managing projects.
  • Creating reports for the projects when required.
  • Maintaining records and files.
  • Updating and ensuring the accuracy of organisations database.
  • General administrative support like looking at office equipment, answering incoming emails, redirect emails to the right person etc.
  • Contributing to staff meetings and other internal meetings with views and suggestions etc.

 

About the Organisation

Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Community Action Hertsmere has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Community Action Hertsmere aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community. We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community.

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are we looking for?

We are looking for someone with the following skills and experience

  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate
  • Good written skills and ability to speak confidently with variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Well organized, pro-active and able to deliver tasks efficiently
  • Good time-management skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • To show professionalism at all levels and in all environments
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to work independently and ask for clarification when needed
  • Commit to at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

This opportunity is suitable for those people who would like to get office based experience.

No formal qualifications or prior experience are required to volunteer with us.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

A full charity induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on what you are working on.

Home based and in your local area.

References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

 

Benefits for the Volunteer:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people.
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Action Hertsmere team.
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service.

 

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Thu 16 Mar 2017

About the opportunity

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are

you'll have fun too!

 

Communities 1st are dedicated to building upon the strengths of the community and we aim to promote independence, health & well-being and address issues surrounding social isolation. To achieve this, we work with other voluntary, health and care organisations to create an innovative combination of activities for all ages, backgrounds, cultures and abilities.

 

We require volunteers to assist with planning, organising and running events. May involve some evening or weekend work.  Anyone who can commit time no matter how limited will be appreciated.

Volunteering will provide you with valuable work experience and offer the opportunity of a reference for your CV.  In addition to this, it can be the ideal platform to showcase your skills.

 

About the Organisation

Since being created in 2009 from a merger of two community organisations within Hertsmere, Communities 1st has grown into a successful charitable organisation with strong links to the communities in which we work.

 

Communities 1st aims to develop and promote a healthier and more thriving community by supporting and enabling people to become more actively involved in the community.  We encourage individual volunteering and support groups working to achieve benefits for our community.  

 

Our specific projects have been supported by reputable funders such as the National Lottery, European Social Fund, Hertfordshire County Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and Affinity Sutton Housing as well as many local businesses.

 

We involve volunteers in a variety of roles and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you'll have fun too!

 

What are they looking for?

  • Fun, outgoing, love a challenge - then volunteering with our events team is for you.
  • Committed to working with the community with a passion for helping others less fortunate.
  • Well organized, pro-active and able to deliver tasks efficiently.
  • Good time-management skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel
  • To show professionalism at all levels and in all environments
  • Strong team player
  • Ability to work independently and ask for clarification when needed
  • Driving license and own transport desirable, but not essential.
  • We are always on the look-out for talented photographers and videographers to capture the fun too
  • To assist with the set-up of events such as room decoration, temporary signage and other associated tasks
  • Meet and greet customers and direct to facilities and fire exits as appropriate
  • Assist in promoting activities and events
  • Commit at least 1 day per month

 

Practical Considerations

  • No formal qualifications or prior guiding experience are required to volunteer with us.
  • We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and abilities.

  • A full charity induction will be given before the volunteer starts with us and ongoing training is offered depending on which event you are working on.

  • Home based and in your local area.

  • References will be required from applications and will be taken up.

  • Please apply asap as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

  • Volunteers MUST be over 16 (or be accompanied by an adult if under 16).

  • A minimum of six months commitment is required.

 

Benefits:

  • Once a number of sessions have been completed we will be happy to provide a reference.
  • Gain basic office skills, with an opportunity to progress into more varied roles.
  • Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.
  • Satisfaction of helping people
  • Positive work environment, part of the friendly Community Hertsmere team
  • Training in Equality and Diversity, Customer Service

 

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Mon 6 Mar 2017

Opening in Bushey New Community Hertsmere Outreach Site  

 

Community Hertsmere is delighted to announce the opening of a new outreach site  in Bushey on Wednesday 15 March 2017.

To enable residents to have easy access to the team and to meet staff face to face the new outreach, will be open every Wednesday from 1pm – 4pm at Citizen’s Advice Hertsmere, 8 Rudolph Road, Bushey, WD23 3DU. 

 Community Hertsmere are grateful to the Hertsmere Citizen’s Advice for offering to host our new outreach on their premises.

At Community Hertsmere we work hard to help voluntary community organisations grow and thrive through a number of activities including providing advice and information, consultation and engagement, funding advice, help with monitoring and evaluation, provide opportunities for networking and partnership working, training and development, arrange a variety of activities and events such as trips and family outward-bound days and much more.  We also offer a Membership Service for groups, organisations, charities and local businesses in Hertsmere.

Community Hertsmere Chief Executive, Stephen Craker said, "We are looking forward to working with local organisations and residents to help raise community spirit.  By working together we can build vibrant local communities making the local area a great place in which to live, work and enjoy for all residents.”

Hertsmere Citizen’s Advice Chief Executive, Caroyln Buller said, “Our Bushey office is well positioned in the heart of the village and we are very pleased to be able to share space to help local residents. By working together we can make best use of our resources at a time when this really matters. This is a win win situation for our residents and community as a whole.”

If you can help the Hub in any way, call Nazra on 020 3457 7536.

 

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Mon 6 Mar 2017

Opening in Radlett New Community Hertsmere Outreach Hub

Community Hertsmere is delighted to announce the opening of a new outreach hub in Radlett on Tuesday 4 April 2017.

To enable residents to have easy access to the team and to meet staff face to face the new outreach, will be open every Tuesday from 1.30pm – 4.30pm at the Radlett Centre, Aldenham Avenue, Radlett WD7 8HL.  

Community Hertsmere are grateful to the Aldenham Parish Council for sponsoring the space of our new outreach hub.

At Community Hertsmere we work hard to help voluntary community organisations grow and thrive through a number of activities including providing advice and information, consultation and engagement, funding advice, help with monitoring and evaluation, provide opportunities for networking and partnership working, training and development, arrange a variety of activities and events such as trips and family outward-bound days and much more.  We also offer a Membership Service for groups, organisations, charities and local businesses in Hertsmere.

Community Hertsmere Chair, Stuart Nagler said “These kinds of outreach hubs are very important to promote community activity and engage with local residents and organisations. I’m delighted that Community Hertsmere has a presence in Radlett which I know will make a real difference. I am pleased about the support from the Parish Council and look forward to further developing our partnership approach.  By working together we can build vibrant local communities making the local area a great place in which to live, work and enjoy for all residents.”

Cllr. Estelle Samuelson from Aldenham Parish Council said, “We are delighted that Community Hertsmere will have an Outreach Hub in Radlett. The Parish Council is sure that residents and local organisations alike will take advantage of all that Community Hertsmere has to offer.  The Outreach Hub will enhance the ability of community bodies to best serve and support the local area.  To be able to work together is an encouraging sign for the future and we are sure this new venture will be a great success.

If you can help or would like to volunteer at the Hub, call Nazra on 020 3457 7536.

 

 

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Wed 25 Jan 2017

If you have a volunteering opportunity you would like us to promote please complete the following form. Your opportunity will then be posted on Do-it.org.uk website. If you have more than one opportunity you will need to complete this form for each. If you have not registered as a member with Community Hertsmere, please do so now by following the link to ‘Join Us’ above.

Community Hertsmere’s Volunteer Centre will contact your organisation every six months to obtain monitoring information regarding the volunteers who have been referred for this opportunity.

 

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