An event was held to say thank you to all supporters of the community garden. Sean, who is supported by mirus in Maesteg, and also volunteers in the garden, was there to represent mirus.
Volunteering at mirus can be a great way to learn new skills, make friends, and give something back to your community!
Volunteers needed in areas across Wales including Cardiff, Bridgend, Swansea, Gwent, Powys, and Ceredigion
Whether you’ve got a hobby that you would like to share, a particular interest, or simply love having a chat over a cup of coffee, you could be helping someone achieve a life goal. Volunteering at mirus can be a great way to learn new skills, make friends, and it makes you feel good!
We are looking for volunteers, aged 17 or over, who are able to give some of their time, on a weekly or fortnightly basis, preferably for at least 6 months. Don’t fret if you do not have any experience because there is a free training programme that includes a befriending induction, safeguarding, first aid, and much more. A DBS is undertaken for all volunteers which we will help you to complete.
This is a voluntary role, however, out-of-pocket expenses – such as travel, entry fees, or light refreshments – can also be provided.
Volunteers can gain experience working with people who have learning disabilities and physical disabilities, which is useful if you wish to branch into support work and social work. You will have opportunities to meet people, make friends, become more involved in your community, increase your confidence and interpersonal skills. This experience is suitable for almost everyone, even those who work or study full time, as there are opportunities to volunteer during the evenings and weekends, as well as week days.
For more info or to apply please contact our Community Network Coordinator, Gemma May, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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