Hello everyone and welcome to our January newsletter. We hope you are all keeping safe and well and enjoy reading our latest news.
Meals on Wheels in South Monaghan would like a volunteer to help with their Saturday deliveries. More here: http://bit.ly/3eCjiGc
Garda Vetting Training for organisations will take place at 2:30pm on Tuesday 26th January via zoom. Contact Sinead to register.
Age & Opportunity’s FitLine require volunteers to provide older people with information, advice and gentle encouragement to be more physically active. More here: http://bit.ly/3hHJ3If
2021 is the first year registered charities will be asked to report to the Charity Regulator on compliance with the Governance Code. If you are part of a charity and would like advice on compliance get in touch.
Befriending Monaghan, who support telephone friendships for older people would like to hear from some new male volunteers. More here: http://bit.ly/3nWQyMR
Irish Diaspora Volunteer and Researcher – Volunteers will be asked to do some genealogy research for individuals who have Monaghan ancestry. More Here
Coder Dojo Online Champion / Volunteer – As many Dojo’s are not able to meet in person at the minute they have moved temporarily to online sessions. More Here
Magician Simon Ryan has offered to do some online performaces free of charge for charities, schools or other non-profit organisations. Contact Simon Here
Find lots more roles at I-VOL
Tip of the Month
Using this time to get your house in order
Now is a great time for groups who may not be operating at their normal level to do some behind the scenes work. Without the workload of normal operations time may be available to look at things like strategic planning, reviewing policies and procedures, Garda Vetting, Governance Code Compliance, things which at times can be put on the long finger.
For more information on any of the above contact Volunteer Centre staff
Phone 047 – 72191
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