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May 13 to May 19 marks National Volunteering Week and the ISPCC Mayo would like to take this opportunity to celebrate their volunteers during this week and acknowledge the time and commitment given by them.
ISPCC Mayo is looking to recruit volunteers in its Childline, advocacy, and mentoring areas. To inform people about different opportunities which are available, there will be a group information session on Thursday April 25 at 6.30pm, in the Castlebar office in the N5 Business Park on the Moneen Road.
This is the 10th year of the student volunteering programme in NUIG and to celebrate that decade of civic engagement in the institution, a special anniversary certificate ceremony has been scheduled for Wednesday March 27 in the college. Clare hurling All-Star Tony Griffin, author and co-founder of Soar Foundation, is the selected guest speaker and Galway City Mayor Councillor Terry O’Flaherty will also be in attendance.
Mayo Volunteer Centre has announced that more than 430 volunteers signed up with the Volunteer Centre in 2012, an increase of 13 per cent on 2011 levels and a record high for the organisation.
Last Christmas people in Mayo generously spent more than €12,000 on gifts with Concern which had a real and lasting impact on the lives of some of the world’s poorest people
Are you an outstanding youth volunteer? Do you care for an elderly neighbour or raise money for charity? Have you travelled to the developing world on a charitable mission? Do you volunteer in your local community? If so, apply now for the 2013 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.
NUI Galway’s 11th annual volunteering fair will take place on Wednesday September 26 in the Bailey Allen Hall, from 1pm to 5pm, with more than 2,000 students, staff, and members of the general public expected to attend.
As the month of May moves merrily along with summer 2012 showing few signs of life, at least it can be noted at this time of year that the members of the older generation among us are more vital and visible than ever. Bealtaine (Irish for May) — the name given to the month-long celebration of creativity in older people through the staging of arts, entertainment, and activity events in the community — is currently running full steam ahead with everything from dawn chorus get-togethers rousing our seniors from their beds to late-night concerts keeping them dancing into the wee small hours.
Mayo Volunteer Centre is calling for volunteers to get involved in Ireland’s first National Volunteering Week from May 14 to May 20.