January 2022 Newsletter

January 2022 Newsletter

Hello and welcome to our January Newsletter – our first of 2022! Hopefully this year will prove more positive for us all. Restrictions continue to lift and spring is in the not too distant future, maybe this could be your year to volunteer? Included below are current roles available to volunteers and some information on our services, our contact details are listed below so get in touch if you would like to discuss any of these further.

The Irish cancer society driver require a volunteer drivers for the south Monaghan area. Volunteers will offer practical supports to cancer patients by driving them to treatment appointments. For more information click here https://bit.ly/3BXOHhH

Castleblayney Community first responders are involved in attending medical emergencies, they are seeking new members for their group, full training will be provided. For further information, click here https://bit.ly/3F74sVN

Cairde Calling all knitters, even beginners! The Cairde Activation Centre need you to knit cute bunnies & chicks for their Easter fundraiser. You can even just knit squares & let Cairde assemble them into the bunnies  https://bit.ly/34VYuWI

HUGG are a national charity that provide support for anyone who has been bereaved by suicide they are currently looking for volunteers to train as group facilitators. You can read more about this role here https://bit.ly/32ogw6L

NCBI Charity Shop have you a passion for fashion? Then the NCBI charity shop in Monaghan would love to hear from you, they are especially interested to hear from anyone who is available on a Saturday https://bit.ly/3riZrnF

Music Tutor  this is a very interesting and worthwhile role for anyone who can teach music classes, classes will be online and delivered through the Irish Wheelchair Association Mayo https://bit.ly/3tsWfs7

Scouts are currently recruiting for leaders to help them with groups in then Monaghan area, this is a very enjoyable and worthwhile volunteer opportunity for anyone who is interested in working with young people, no previous experience of outdoor pursuits necessary https://bit.ly/31XTXGe


Monaghan Volunteer Centre – Does your organisation need support?

Monaghan Volunteer Centre’s role is to support charities and other non-profit organisations, promote volunteering and connect people thinking about volunteering with suitable roles in non-profit organisations. It was established in 2006 by Monaghan Integrated Development (MID). Currently out Volunteer Development workers (Grace & Liza) are contacting groups to review existing volunteer roles and to offer support to organisations to deliver their services. If your feel your organisation could benefit from some support or advice contact Grace or Liza on the details below to arrange a meeting.

Contact Us – info@volunteermonaghan.ie  www.volunteermonaghan.ie

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