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Sophia Shally, a third-year student at St Louis Community School, Kiltimagh, has been selected from hundreds of youth volunteers across Ireland and recognised as Junior Honouree for the exemplary work she carries out in her local community, at the 2020 Pramerica Spirit of Community Virtual Awards Ceremony, held earlier this week.
Galway Volunteer Centre has announced a number of events to celebrate National Volunteering Week which takes place from September 21 to September 28.
Mayo Volunteer Centre urges voluntary and community groups and charities to avail of volunteer resources
The appetite of Mayo people to offer voluntary assistance within their communities amidst the Covid-19 crisis remains unabated, with over 300 volunteers registering in recent weeks with Mayo Volunteer Centre.
Mayo Volunteer Centre is receiving 20 volunteers per day, with people coming forward to offer their help during the COVID-19 crisis.
Mr Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has launched the COVID-19 Government Action Plan to support the Community response to the ongoing crisis.
Galway Volunteer Centre is continuing to provide supports to the community during the Covid-19 crisis. The service is requesting that anyone interested in volunteering register online at www.volunteergalway.ie.
Mr Michael Ring, TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has emphasised the important role of communities in supporting their vulnerable neighbours over the coming weeks.
The 2019 Volunteer in Sport Awards, officially launched this week, is seeking nominations from individuals, clubs, and sports associations in Westmeath for people who have made a real difference to their club, community, or county.
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.
A ‘gap year’ is the popular term for students who take time off to travel or work between secondary school and starting college or apprenticeships. The aim generally is to promote a more mature outlook with the benefit of some insight before taking the next step. Not everyone wants to go straight from school to college but before that decision is made, one needs to seriously consider what one wants want to achieve or it could end up being a wasted year. So what are the pros and cons of this choice?