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As a registered charity the Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation relies on its volunteer support and is currently looking for more volunteers to offer support, care and friendship to a wide variety of people.
Based at Ulverscroft, near Markfield, the Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation has two properties and extensive grounds which are used to offer support, care and friendship the elderly, adults with disabilities and young people through a variety of services; including day visits to Ulverscroft Manor, Ulverscroft Grange Community Support and Wellbeing Centre with Tea Rooms and Charity Shop and the Yew Trail Outdoor Classroom and Creative Space.
Alan Norman, Chief Executive of the Foundation, said “we are fortunate to have a wonderful team of volunteers, and without them we would not be able to continue the work that we do; but as the Foundation continues to grow and develop the services it provides, the need for volunteers continues to increase.”
In order to promote the volunteering opportunities available the Foundation is holding a Recruitment Evening on Tuesday 26th February, 2013 at 6.30 p.m. at Ulverscroft Grange, Whitwick Road, Ulverscroft, Leicestershire, LE67 9QB where individuals will have the opportunity to find out more about the work of the charity and the different roles on offer.
Mr Norman added “the Foundation has several volunteering opportunities, and we would be delighted to welcome as many people as possible on 26th February, when they will have the chance to find out more about this wonderful charity and how they can become involved. The Foundation appreciates that people have other commitments and therefore is grateful for any support given.”
For more information about the Volunteer Recruitment Evening at the Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation, please telephone 01530 244914 or email email@example.com. Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation – Registered Charity Number 803525 www.shuttlewood-clarke.org www.yewtrail.org.uk