Volunteer for the Uttlesford CAB: Find out if it could be good for you!

13:00 19 February 2014

Uttlesford Citizens Advice Bureau is hosting an open morning at its Saffron Walden offices next week.

It is an opportunity to find out more about volunteering options and to learn about the charity. The CAB is looking to recruit new ‘Gatewayers’ – the first point of contact for a client when they initially approach the bureau – and has a training course starting in mid-March.

If you are interested in meeting people you like to help and make a difference, then volunteering for CAB is a way of achieving both.

The open morning is on Monday, February 24 from 10.30am-noon at the CAB offices in Barnards Yard, Saffron Walden.

To find out more contact Kate Robson on 01799 618840 or visit uttlesfordcab.org.uk.


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