Don’t worry if you missed the chance to chat about volunteering during National Volunteers’ Week (1st-7th June), members of Community Action Suffolk’s Volunteering team will be in Stowmarket on Tuesday 17th June 2014.
A free volunteering fair is being held at The Mix, and is a chance for you to:
- meet local charities and voluntary groups who need your help to continue their invaluable work
- have the opportunity to chat and ask how you may help other
- learn about some of the charitable action that takes place in your community
Tuesday 17th June 2014
The Mix, 127 Ipswich Street, Stowmarket, IP14 1BB
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alzheimer’s Society and The Befriending Scheme joined Community Action Suffolk in the ‘pop up’ event in the centre of Ipswich on Monday 2nd June and chatted with 50 people who were moving around Ipswich in their daily routine.
The volunteering team set up a bright and cheery gazebo by the Giles statue and handed out stickers, sweets and examples of volunteer roles and chatted with people about Volunteers Week. The statue helped spread the volunteering message the campaign asking “Can You… go to the cinema? Grow vegetables? Make someone smile? Yes volunteering is that simple!
Earlier in the day, CAS’ Andy Wilesmith appeared on BBC Radio Suffolk, interviewed by Mark Murphy, to talk about the importance of volunteering and to promote Volunteers’ Week.
For more information, visit our Volunteering pages.