Volunteer with CALMS


CALMS : is a community voluntary organization based in Derry/Londonderry a central ongoing focus of organisation is the progressing of its service users on into employment and or their mainstream social and economic activities . CALMS has harnessed the skills and knowledge of valuable volunteers and beneficiaries who assisted in maintaining and developing much needed services and programmes to the community we serve. In turn we have provided meaningful opportunities i.e. mentoring and support for these individuals many of whom were unemployed, retired or semi retired and were only to keen to support their community and CALMS.

If you are reading this add and have any skills in complementary therapies and would like to volunteer with us and your local community - we would like to hear from you. CALMS is a registered charity offering you the opportunity to help us assist individuals suffering from stress and stress related illnesses. We provide arrange of activities from weekly complementary treatments and counselling for individuals aged 17 to 65+ and are looking for volunteers to get involved for a few hours a month, whenever it suits You!.

We know that your time is precious so we will work with you to make sure you to get the most out of your experience with us. From working directly with our clients , to representing CALMS in our local community. If you are a good communicator , looking to make a difference in your community and one who share our values we invite you to get in touch. Induction sessions will be provided by CALMS and supported by our team every step of the way! We anticipate that this role will require 2 volunteers to dedicate 1/2 hrs/week.

Come Join Us !

Contact MS. Arleen Dunn

Position: Complementary Co Ordinator Tel No: 02871 268698

E Mail: calms.stresscentre@btconnect.com

 


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