Charity Volunteers

I recently visited the Charity Volunteers recruitment fair in Wokingham. I met many good charities, and thanked them all for their work for our local community. It was good to see them recruiting more volunteers, explaining to them the range of roles. Every little helps. Charities need your time, your efforts or your financial support.
It is most rewarding to do things to help any charity raise money for a good cause, or to help deliver the service the charity provides for those in need of help.As MP I am always happy to attend an event for a local cause if it can help and fits in with the Parliamentary diary.

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