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Can you help support vulnerable adults?
3:34pm Wednesday 18th June 2014 in News
A WORCESTER-based charity is in need of more volunteers to help continue its work with vulnerable adults.
Onside provide an advocacy, mentoring and befriending service to adults living with mental and physical ill health, learning disabilities, depression, autism, dementia and learning difficulties.
The charity, which supports around 2,000 adults around the county, is looking for more volunteers to join the team, with flexible hours available.
Volunteering can include supporting someone attending appointments or to gain access to services and full training will be given.
Volunteer co-ordinator, Claire Watkins, said: “Our volunteers give their time, passion and enthusiasm, and we need continued help from willing volunteers who would enjoy supporting vulnerable people in their local community.”
Call 01905 27525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
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