Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Volunteer Vacancy - volunteer group co-ordinator for our Friends of Group

Volunteer Vacancy - Volunteer Group Co-ordinator


We are currently looking for a Volunteer to become our new Group
Co-ordinator for our Friends of Exeter Axhayes Group.

Our Friends of Group are a great bunch of people who organise and run

fund-raising events and raise vital funds for the Centre. They meet here at Axhayes Adoption Centre on the third Monday of every month at 6pm, and we are currently looking for a Group Co-ordinator. Our Friends of Exeter Axhayes Group formed in November 2010. They have successfully organised events such as our Easter Eggstravaganza, our Firewalk, coffee mornings and street collections.











In this challenging and rewarding role as a Group Co-ordinator you will be the driving force behind the work of your group in making a big difference in the lives of cats in need in your local area. The role of a Group Co-ordinator involves organising and chairing meetings which are held on the third Monday of every month. You will be supporting and managing all of the volunteers in your group. To ensure the group remains proactive and promotes a positive and professional image of the Cats Protection. To plan and develop the work of your group to ensure you make a real difference to helping cats in your area. You would need to liaise with our adoption centre managers and with the relevant departments at the NCC. To ensure that all paperwork is kept up to date and supporting the treasurer. We will provide you with support and guidance and to work with others to ensure that you have a positive and enjoyable volunteering experience.




This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens in Exeter and the surrounding areas. You will have the opportunity to develop new and existing skills. You will meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team and gain experience in working as an important member of the team in the Cats Protection.

Our centre cannot carry out this vital work without funds, so by becoming a Group Co-ordinator you could be at the forefront of helping hundreds of cats and kittens every year. If you have a passion for cats and can spare some time to fundraise or be a supporter for the charity's work, then we would love to hear from you!

If you think this could be you, and you live in the Exeter area, please contact Louise on 01395 232377 for more information, thank you.

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