Dublin City Volunteer Centre’s Online Drop-in

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Online, Friday 12th February - Friday 26th February

Under ‘normal' circumstances the doors to the Dublin City Volunteer Centre would be open to anyone who was interested in knowing more about volunteering in Dublin, but due to current restrictions we are all working from home so the Centre remains closed until further notice.

We would like to offer anyone who is interested in finding out more about volunteering and how to use the service Dublin City Volunteer Centre offers, to join us for a Zoom (https://www.zoom.us/) online Drop-in session on Friday 12th February at 13.00. Please note that this event might be live-streamed on Facebook.

Our Placement Officers Kristin and Julie will start with a short presentation on what the volunteer centre does and how you can use our service to find volunteer opportunities. We will also explain how the current restrictions have affected the way we work and volunteer opportunities. In the end we will take questions.

Grab a ticket here and more information and a link to join us will be sent to you on the day of the event.

Dates:

  • Friday, February 12th at 13.00
  • Friday, February 26th at 13.00

Date:
Friday 12th February - Friday 26th February
Time:
1.00pm
Price:
Free

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