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Volunteer Fair N1 6SH
September 18 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Anyone interested in volunteering? The TRA have been sent this information regarding a volunteer fair…
‘ Volunteering made me more confident and gave me more work experience – and I learnt a lot of different things.’ Ana
Ever thought about volunteering? Not sure where to start? Head over to Hoxton Hall on 18 September, and meet charities from across Hackney to discover what volunteering is all about!
Volunteer Centre Hackney is running an afternoon/early evening Volunteer Fair on Wednesday 18 September, 4- 7pm at Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton Street, N1 6SH. Volunteer Fairs are a great way to meet local charities face to face and find out more about what they do. Volunteer Centre Hackney will be on hand to answer all your questions, along with local charities seeking friendly Hackney residents to help them.
Organisations attending on the day include: Beecholme Community Garden, Brocals (City and Hackney Carers’ Centre), Hackney Herbal, Hoxton Hall, Indigo, The Literacy Pirates, Mildmay Hospital, Outward, Peer UK, Woodberry Down Library, ValueYou and Virgin Sports. There’s a huge range of roles on offer from mentoring and administration, conservation to caring, there’s a role for everyone. Come and find yours!
Free event open to all ages, everyone welcome and there’s no need to book. Just drop in on your way home, on your way out or after work. Children welcome, and free refreshments provided.
Check our Facebook for up to date details, or check Hoxton Hall for more info.
For more information about all current roles, events and activities, please visit www.vchackney.org
With best wishes,
All at Volunteer Centre Hackney
Head of Volunteering (Job share)
Charlotte Handel (Mon – Wed) and Krithika Subramanian (Thur – Fri)
Better Lives, Stronger Communities
t; 020 7241 4443 ext. 2008
a: Unit 12-13, Springfield House, 5 Tyssen Street, E8 2LY
VCH’s vision is: to make Hackney a place of understanding and mutual respect where the culture of volunteering makes a positive impact.