10:45AM, Friday 24 January 2014
Volunteers are needed to help good causes across the Royal Borough.
Windsor and Maidenhead Voluntary Action in Sheet Street, Windsor teams people who want to help in their community with suitable charities or organisations.
It currently has a list of 10 organisations that need help.
The Royal Borough's education appeals panels are looking for volunteers.
Family Friends needs befriending volunteers to help families in crisis throughout the borough, as well as a treasurer/book keeper.
Scout groups in the borough need assistant leaders and helpers for evening sessions and activities for beavers, cubs, scouts and explorers aged six to 18.
Circles South East needs mentors to work with sex offenders, while Amnesty International's Cookham and Maidenhead branch needs co-ordinators to help with meetings and events.
Lynwood Care Home, Rise Road Sunninghill needs a volunteer human resources helper. While Trust House Rape Support needs helpline volunteers and counsellors.
Landmark Trust Buildings Preservation needs a volunteer Friends co-ordinator to help with events and fundraising.
Cliveden National Trust Estate needs catering assistants, meeter and greeters and raffle ticket sellers.
Radian Social Housing Association needs independent panel members to help give direction on quality and services. While the Royal Borough needs volunteer help with its library services at Boyn Grove.
You can find Windsor and Maidenhead Voluntary Action at Kingsbury House in Sheet Street, call 01753 622433 or visit www.wmva.org
Volunteer co-ordinators Anne Pearce and Eileen Denny are looking forward to hearing from you.
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