Home Start Kennet is Recruiting Volunteers

7th January 2019, 6:09pm | By catherinerussell |

UNDERSTAND THE PRESSURES OF FAMILY LIFE?

HAVE TIME TO SPARE?

JOIN US AND HELP LOCAL FAMILIES

Home-Start Kennet helps struggling families. Our Volunteers give 1-1 support in the home – increasing confidence, resilience and wellbeing.

Last year we helped 107 families and 216 children – help us help more!

We’re looking for volunteers who are caring, positive, great listeners – with parenting skills or relevant life experience.

Next Volunteer Training course starts February 2019.

Interested? T: 01672 569457. E: hskadmin@homestartkennet.co.uk W: www.homestartkennet.co.uk

HSK is committed to equality, diversity and safe recruitment practice. All volunteers are subject to an enhanced DBS check. Registered Charity no. 1106736

 

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