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NEPACS Volunteer Open Days

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HMP Durham Visitors' Centre

Are you interested in volunteering?  Can you help us to support families and children of people who are in prison?  Are you free to come to our Open Days on Thursday 7 or Saturday 9 December 2017 at HMP Durham visitors' centre?

 

What's in it for you?

By volunteering with Nepacs you can:

  • Help families in need
  • Give back
  • Learn new skills
  • Build your confidence
  • Meet new friends

 Nepacs is a North East charity which provides support to families and friends of prisoners at HMP Durham, HMP Frankland, HMP&YOI Low Newton and in Durham Crown Court.

Our volunteers can work in the visitors' centre. tea bar, youth zone, children's play areas, with family support or within the courts.

Come along to our Volunteer Open Days at HMP Durham visitors' centre:

Thursday 7 December 2017 (11am - 12 noon)

Saturday 9 December 2017 (10am-11am)

We can talk to you about the different volunteering opportunities available and you can chat to our existing volunteers.  If you would like to apply you can sign up for volunteering on the day.

To book onto our open day or to find out more please contact Emma Price, volunteer coordinator on eprice@nepacs.co.uk or call 0191 375 7278.

 

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HMP Durham Visitors' Centre

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