Welcome to our October Newsletter, here are a few new roles and upcoming events.
Meals on Wheels in Carrickmacross are seeking volunteers to help deliver meals. This is a fantastic initiative that helps older people maintain their independence. https://bit.ly/3eCjiGc
Irish Cancer Society are seeking volunteer drivers who can offer practical supports to cancer patients receiving treatment. https://bit.ly/2WFsXZo
Red Cross Community Support Calls – Volunteers will make regular calls, offering support and advice to clients. https://bit.ly/3sU0WaM
Vincents Charity Shop – Helpers needed for Vincents in Carrickmacross, particularly Tuesdays and Saturdays. May suit a student. https://bit.ly/2ADWvvG
Garda Vetting Training will take place via zoom on Tuesday 19th October at 2:30pm. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monaghan Volunteer Centre have commenced their autumn schedule of school visits. If you would like to have a development worker meet with a group regarding volunteering get in touch.
Bulbs for Bees is a national campaign to mark Gaisce The President’s Award 35th anniversary. If your community group would like to plant bulbs get in touch to arrange a delivery.
MID Programme of the month – Self Employment Supports
If you have ever thought about starting your own business there has never been a better time to pursue this option. Monaghan Integrated Development provides free training and support for your journey to self employment. For more info contact Margaret on 042 – 9749500.
Tip of the Month – Transparency
Transparency for voluntary groups has never been more important. Everything from money to membership can become a hot topic leading to stress for club members and volunteers. If money is raised do people know how it is being spent? If there is a membership policy is this publicly available? Consider transparency at every juncture to avoid conflict in the long run!
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