Snow White: November 2017
Rachel has some brilliant volunteer opportunities, which she would love to share with you, a couple of 'one-off' events and another regular opportunity. Even if these are not for you, please pass this article on to someone else you think would enjoy helping out.
1. — Are you able to make toast and pour a cup of tea? Are you happy to chat and give a warm welcome to parents at Richmond Methodist School?
The school have asked that the circuit help to set up a 'Tea and Toast' group every Monday morning for the parents of the Reception Class children.
We would like to establish a rota so that volunteers help out about twice a term, although you could help more often if you wanted to. It would be a maximum of an hour of your time (approximately 8.45 — 9.45) each Monday that you help out. This is a wonderful opportunity to support and serve our local school community.
2. — Are you able to serve soup and hot drinks with a warm and friendly smile? Are you able to make soup? We are organising refreshments at the opening of the Christmas Tree Festival and Richmond Town Lights switch on, Friday 1st December. All help will be very welcome.
3. — Are you willing to support the church stall at the Richmond Methodist School Fair? We have a Traidcraft stall combined with Christmas craft activities for the children. If you are able to help out with the stall for a little while that would be fantastic. The Christmas Fair is on Saturday 25th November, 11.00am — 2.00pm.
Those who wish to go off to work then please contact Rachel at: email@example.com
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