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People with passion needed to help others

The opening of Enable Mes new base in Bayford Road, Littlehampton, last year. The charity is now appealing for more volunteers to swell its ranks        L24213H13

The opening of Enable Mes new base in Bayford Road, Littlehampton, last year. The charity is now appealing for more volunteers to swell its ranks L24213H13

PASSIONATE, enthusiastic people are sought to support a disabilities charity in Littlehampton.

Enable Me, based in Bayford Road, helps improve the quality of life for disabled children and young people through a range of inclusive activities and social clubs.

The charity is now appealing for kindhearted volunteers, with some free time on their hands, to help them deliver disability awareness workshops in schools and workplaces.

The organisation is looking for someone with an inspirational story to tell, to join its team of presenters.

The role would see people working with children as well as presenting in groups.

All those interested in taking on the challenge, or joining other volunteer roles, should call Volunteer Now! on 02143 864220.

Other opportunities available across the Gazette area this week include:

n The Angmering Community Centre Association, based in Foxwood Avenue, is searching for a tech-savvy volunteer to swell its ranks.

The centre runs a series of IT clubs and silver surfers’ groups to help give elderly people a basic grasp of computers and using the internet.

It is urging those who have perhaps already attended a course at the centre, or people who are experienced with computers, to join them.

Volunteers would help run sessions which could focus on improving keyboard skills and internet use, with lessons on online shopping, banking and finding information.

The day and time for these courses would be negotiated with the volunteer and would depend on when the centre was available.

For those keen to join, see www.do-it.org.uk or call 01243 864220.

n Volunteers are needed to help offer essential skills for life lessons to children and adults across the county.

West Sussex Adult and Community Learning Services provides essential skills for children and adults using its team of volunteers.

People enrol on courses for a number of different reasons from helping their children with their school or homework, to gaining confidence, enabling them to cope better with everyday tasks or to gain employment.

Volunteers are needed to join this team and provide these vital lessons.

 

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