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Rape Crisis Midwest Volunteer Information Evening



Would you like to become part of the Rape Crisis Midwest volunteer team? If so Rape Crisis Midwest are holding a volunteer information evening on Wednesday November 19th at 7pm at their Limerick centre. At the evening they will be discussing in detail all the ins and outs of being a volunteer and they will welcome with open arms anyone who would be interested.

Rape Crisis Midwest was established 32 years ago and is a regional organisation serving Limerick, Clare and Tipperary. They provide a free and confidential counselling service to both male and female survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse. Rape Crisis Midwest see approximately 80 clients a week through the doors of their three centres. The head office is based at Phoenix House, Punch’s Close, Rosbrien Road, Limerick. The Clare service is based at Tracklands Business Park, Clonroadmore, Ennis and the Tipperary service is based in Silverview, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.

Volunteering is mutually beneficial. As a volunteer you will gain some very valuable skills and life experience. There are various short and long term roles available, including – becoming a SATU support worker, a lollipop ambassador and a committee member for annual fundraising events. So, put it in your diary and get ready to hopefully be part of something crucial in helping so many people that we all know. You will get a great buzz from being part of something so worthwhile and you will get the opportunity to meet lots of new people. For any more information and to sign up, you can contact Meaghan Hanley on 1800 311511 or via email at [email protected].

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