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Nominate a volunteer for national awards, says local centre

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Galway Volunteer Centre is calling on the public to help recognise kindness in their communities by nominating a volunteer for the national Volunteer Ireland Awards. The awards were launched by Ireland’s Got Mór Talent Presenter James Kavanagh.

Mayo Volunteer Centre launches National Volunteering Week

In a new survey carried out by Mayo Volunteer Centre, 61 per cent of respondents said their interpersonal skills had improved following their volunteering experience while 60 per cent reported an increase in their self-esteem.

Mayo Volunteer Centre launches National Volunteering Week

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In a new survey carried out by Mayo Volunteer Centre, 61 per cent of respondents said their interpersonal skills had improved following their volunteering experience while 60 per cent reported an increase in their self-esteem.

Recognition for years of campaigning as Brendan Smith named as Volunteer of the Year at Mayor’s Awards

Long-time activist and campaigner Brendan Smith was announced on Tuesday night as the Galway City Council Volunteer of the Year, at the fourteenth Annual Mayor’s Awards for Galway City.

Make the difference in your community by volunteering with Athlone Credit Union

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Athlone Credit Union would like to invite you to an open evening in the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Monday, July 25, at 8pm to learn a little more about what a volunteer does within a credit union and how you can help map its future plans in the community.

One in five people want to volunteer in their communities

One in five people would become volunteers if they knew how to find opportunities to do so.

Community leaders invited to Insolvency Service meeting

A town hall-type briefing will be held by Insolvency Service of Ireland’s (ISI) in the Hodson Bay Hotel tonight, Thursday November 13 from 7pm.

Voluntary work – worth the effort?

Q: Some time ago, I was invited to do some work that relates to my hobby. It involved short pieces work on an on-going basis, and one particularly intense bout that required me to take annual leave. So I’ve made a big commitment to this new role – and, to my surprise, I haven’t been paid. I understood there was a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ that I would get paid, but nothing has been forthcoming. As it happens, I am not overly concerned about the money, but I think it would represent some measure of appreciation for what I do. My friends think I’m mad, but I’m wondering if I should continue to do it because the work relates to my hobby and helps me build up good contacts. Any thoughts? (NP, email).

Overseas volunteering information meeting

A special information meeting will be held in the Galway City Partnership offices for people interested in overseas volunteering.

ISPCC volunteer information evening in Castlebar next week

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.

 

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