Leonard Cheshire Disability 'The Can Do' project looking for volunteers
Date published: 13/02/2017
The Can Do project aims to support young adults aged 16-35 with a variety of disabilities in gaining experience through voluntary work and opportunities in the local community. It offers a transition into work through providing exciting ways to learn and develop new skills while building self-confidence and independence.
They have set up activities that the individuals want to get involved in, including cookery courses, rock climbing, leadership courses and community photography projects.
Volunteers receive an award City and Guilds qualifications for every 16 hours the individuals complete in their chosen volunteer role. They also provide references, free training and help with CV writing.
Volunteering opportunities are carried out within the community and expenses are fully covered.
Find out more by visiting: www.facebook.com/CanDoVolunteers/?fref=ts or their website:
Leonard Cheshire Disability - Can Do
For further details email Cathy Rogers, Programme Coordinator - Can Do, Home, E: email@example.com
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