Dublin City Volunteer Centre

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Online, Friday 21st August

Dublin City Volunteer Centre – Online Drop-in: Find out more about the work of the Centre and how to volunteer in Dublin.

The doors to the Dublin City Volunteer Centre would normally be open to anyone who's interested in volunteering, but due to current restrictions we are all working from home. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about volunteering, and how to use the services the Centre offers, is now invited to join in online for a Zoom Drop-in session.

Placement Officers Kristin and Julie will start with a short presentation on what the Volunteer Centre does and how you can use the service to find volunteer opportunities. They will also explain how the current restrictions have affected the way the centre works, and volunteer opportunities. The session will end with Q&A. Grab a ticket below and a link to join will be sent to you on the day.


Date:
Friday 21st August
Time:
12.30pm - 1.30pm
Price:
Free - Registration required

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