02 DEC 2017

Greg supports search for new volunteers to help local charity in its work on domestic abuse

Greg met with the Chief Executive of the Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support Service (DAVSS), Mark Hutcheon, to discuss its recruitment drive for new volunteers.

Over the last year, DAVSS has supported over 800 people who have suffered from domestic abuse and responded to more than 500 helpline callers.

Greg said:

"The work that DAVSS does in our local area to support victims of domestic abuse is incredibly important. The charity depends on volunteers so if you feel you can offer any time, I know that they would be delighted to hear from you."

Volunteers can support DAVSS in a number of ways including direct interaction with victims (following professional training) or through support roles such as marketing, graphic design and fundraising.

Click here for more information.

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