Newly appointed volunteer co-ordinator at the Hope Centre, Natasha McDonagh knows the importance of volunteers.
The Hope Centre Ballymena has been helping people affected by alcohol and drugs misuse since 2000.
Natasha said: “My role as Volunteer Coordinator is to support our volunteers through their volunteering experience to encourage growth and empower personal development. At the Hope Centre we rely heavily on our volunteers and without them we would struggle to provide the high quality service the organisation has become renowned for.”
“As a volunteer we don’t require you to have any formal qualifications all we ask is that our volunteers can demonstrate enthusiasm, open mindedness, flexibility and commitment. At the Hope Centre we will provide you with all relevant training required, and on-going support from our dedicated team. There are many benefits to volunteering at The Hope Centre as a volunteer you will get the chance to meet a diverse range of people make new friends and strengthen your social attributes. As well as this there will be opportunities to develop new skills, enhance your CV, and boost your confidence all while helping others.” If you would like to volunteer at the Hope Centre contact Natasha on 02825 632726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or come along to the volunteer recruitment day on Friday, February 27 at 1.30pm.