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Volunteers' Week Thank You

Volunteers' Week Thank You

We hear a lot about how volunteering can provide people with a sense of achievement and pride in contributing to their communities, how it can benefit mental and physical health and be a way to meet new people. But this week host organisations are setting time aside to celebrate and say thank you during Volunteers’ Week, an annual celebration of the good work done by volunteers across the country and in Sheffield.

The work we do at Disability Sheffield would not be possible without our valued volunteers who help us to deliver our services – answering information enquiries, providing advocacy support, writing about news and events , providing IT support, serving on the Disability Hub Committee, helping with admin, answering the phones, supporting Sheffield Cycling 4 All and Sheffield Voices learning disability group, helping with research, filming videos, the list is getting longer ! We thank each and every one of you and hope that you are aware how much we appreciate your contribution and commitment , not just this week but all year round!

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