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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales.
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Age Cymru ‘Become a friend’: offer help and support to a neighbour or friend while following social distancing rules.
Can Do Project - Leonard Cheshire Disability: exciting opportunities for disabled people aged 16 to 35 years to volunteer in their community.
CHAAT Volunteer in Nursing or Residential Care Homes: volunteers work closely with nursing homes and care homes to improve the experience of individuals and standards of care in these homes. Telephone (01495) 241220
Changing mind project: volunteering opportunities for young people that aims to help improve and maintain positive mental health.
Deafblind UK Volunteering: opportunities include telephone befrienders, virtual group volunteers and wellbeing callers. Telephone (01633) 234129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FFrind I Mi: volunteering opportunities available within the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board including befriending, dog therapy and the Chaplaincy team.
GAVO Gwent Association of Volunteering Organisations: volunteering opportunities available.
Good Neighbours Scheme (Royal Voluntary Society): volunteering opportunities available from Community Companions to fundraisers.
Red Robins Hospital Service: help patients during meal times, writing letters, making phone calls and offering company. Telephone (01633) 234129 or email email@example.com
Tempo Time Credits: various volunteering opportunities available.
Tredegar House Volunteers: volunteer in the House, join our outdoors team or help in the office.
Volunteering Matters: volunteering opportunities available, contact Robert Davies 07788 310444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All volunteers will need to supply details of two referees and be willing to undergo a DBS check.
Welsh: enabling the communities of Newport to live and work in Welsh