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Mary, Volunteer as an English Teacher for new immigrants

What does volunteering mean for you?

I have enjoyed volunteering so much.  It means I’m involved with my community with people who have real needs; and I am trained to meet those needs.  I really have enjoyed knowing the people I worked with this year.

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Vijay, Volunteer as a Translator

What does volunteering mean for you?

It means that I feel that I am useful in life and that my life has a meaning, the fact of helping, as much as I can and seeing this reflected on people’s reaction and on their faces it means a lot to me.

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James, Volunteer in a Hiking Club

What does volunteering mean for you?

Volunteering is a great way to get involved with my community. I have learned new things, made new friends and know that I am helping someone.

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Daphne, Volunteer with Age Action

What does volunteering mean for you?

For me volunteering means taking time out and doing something in the hope it will help make a difference to however small to someone else’s life.

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Fingal Volunteer Centre, a local Volunteer Centre is a member of Volunteer Ireland

Fingal Volunteer Centre
Unit 8, Birch House, Rosemount Business Park, Dublin 11, D11 A9FP, Ireland
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