Change the world in 2014 by volunteering with CAFOD!

As the new year begins, now is the perfect time to consider new ways of helping those that need it most. Why not help make a real difference to people living in poverty around the world by becoming a CAFOD volunteer?

CAFOD Supporters send messages of solidarity overseas

CAFOD Supporters send messages of solidarity overseas

There are dozens of ways to get involved with CAFOD. Right now we are looking for volunteers to help in the following ways:

Schools volunteerSchools Volunteers: Think you have what it takes to educate young people about issues such as poverty, hunger and injustice, and encourage them to help make a difference? Help inspire a new generation of CAFOD supporters by giving assemblies and workshops in schools as a CAFOD Schools Volunteer.

SONY DSCYouth Volunteers: Show young Catholics how they can put their faith into action to help our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world by speaking about CAFOD at confirmation groups as a CAFOD Youth Volunteer.

Photos Supporters Day Sept 2007 010Office Volunteers:
Help support and manage the work of CAFOD’s volunteers throughout the Westminster diocese by volunteering in our Oakwood office.

If you have questions about CAFOD, such as what CAFOD stands for, where we work or how we try to change lives around the world, or if you’d simply like to find out exactly how you can get involved with CAFOD and help make a difference, then come along to Understanding CAFOD Day. This will take place between 10am and 4pm, on Saturday, 1 February at Amigo Hall (next to St George’s Cathedral), London, SE1 6HR (click for map). For more information and to book a place, contact CAFOD Westminster by phone on 0208 449 6970 or by email at westminster@cafod.org.uk.

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