Here are some groups who would welcome new volunteers to assist with their activities. If you have time on your hands and would like to get involved in volunteering, contact the Monaghan Volunteer Centre, details below. More information on the following volunteering opportunities are in the links provided.

Emyvale Tidy Towns: This group’s efforts ensure that Emyvale is a clean and picturesque village. https://sforce.co/2UFFPwH

Volunteer Driver: Truagh Development provide transport to people who attend their weekly social dinner. https://sforce.co/2Pn5LY5

Scouting Groups: There are Scouting groups across the County. The aim of the group is to develop practical skills and character skills in the young people who attend. https://sforce.co/1nAdId7

Simon School Speaker: Visit schools as an ambassador for this group which assists people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. https://sforce.co/2Us6TdS

Cú Chulainn Blood Bikes: Welcomes new bikers & new members. Bikers transport items between hospitals, particularly from Ireland’s only breast milk bank in Co. Fermanagh. https://sforce.co/2GrhLEL and https://sforce.co/2Dkf7ia

Date for your diary: National Volunteer Week runs 13th – 19th May. Keep an eye on our social media for National & Local events

Carrickmacross Library: We will be in Carrickamcross Library on Monday the 13th May. Feel free to drop in to meet with us

 Tip of the month: The most popular volunteer roles are in administration and befriending. The most frequently listed volunteer roles are in stewarding / events and fundraising. There is a gap between what many volunteers want to do and what is available to them which is something for groups to consider when involving new volunteers.

If you would like more information please get in touch.

047 72191 / info@volunteermonaghan.ie

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Twitter @VolunteerMonagh