Find out what our fantastic volunteers are up to, and find out how you can make a different to people affected by MS.
Today marks the start of Volunteers Week 2012, a national celebration of volunteers across the UK who make a huge difference to people's lives.
We're lucky to have 9,000 volunteers in the UK who, between them, give many tens of thousands of hours a year to make life better for people affected by MS.
Do you have a few hours to spare?
- would you like a chance to utilise your skills...
- to develop your knowledge and volunteer in a rewarding and dynamic environment...
Well then - volunteering at the MS Society Day Centre, in Belfast, is just the opportunity that you have been looking for!
Are you a good listener? Do you want to help people affected by MS? Could you signpost people to local services and organisations?
As we gear up to recruit people to our exciting new Support Volunteer roles, we hear more about the role from a current Support Volunteer.
Last year I became involved with my local branch of the MS Society as the Branch Website Editor. After attending one of the regular monthly meetings I decided that the meetings weren’t my kind of thing, and set about trying something new.