Event is being held in partnership with H&F Volunteer Centre
Find out how you can help out in the area at Rosaline Hall
If you have ever considered volunteering in the Fulham area, a new Volunteer Fair is being held to help you find out about opportunities to help out.
Fulham Good Neighbours, in partnership with H&F Volunteer Centre, is holding the event as Rosaline Halle from 1pm to 4pm on Tuesday 6 June.
There will be a chance to speak to staff from organisations such as the Barons Court Project, Blind Veterans UK, Bishops Creighton House, Carers’ Network H&F, Citizens’ Advice H&F, Healthwatch H&F, Shaw Trust, and Home-Start as well as representatives of Fulham Good Neighbours and H&F Volunteer Centre.
The event has been organised as part of National Volunteer Fair week to increase community engagement within the community.
Fulham Good Neighbours says there are several perks to volunteering including engaging with new people, improving interpersonal skills, and most importantly developing vital skills that in turn will enable you to add an edge to your CV.
The event is free and everyone is welcome to attend. To find out more contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7385 8850.
You can also visit the Fulham Good Neighbour’s website to find out more about the group.s services and volunteering opportunities.
Book your tickets for the Volunteer Fair.
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