Volunteers are needed to help with a fund raising event on Saturday 17 September.
Sainsburys in Armagh have agreed to allow Crossfire Trust to provide bag packers at 8 of their tills to give the opportunity to obtain donations for the Care Programme, one of the projects of Crossfire Trust.
We require volunteers to cover two hourly slots between 9am to 6pm. The busiest times of the day are between 10am and 2pm, and so most of the cover is needed at these times.
The Care Programme provides a programme of care for the most marginalised in the community including, provision of accommodation for those in need, training and development and other support.
A key part of the Care Programme is the provision of accommodation within Darkley House and volunteers support workers and night workers are needed to help the staff provide care to those in the community that need it most.
We want to express our sympathy and support to Pauline Bothwell on the passing of her Dad, Rodney McLoughlin on 4 June 2011, and convey to her husband Ian, their son Justin and daughter Megan, the ongoing prayer support of the Crossfire Trust family.
The funeral service is to be at 2pm on Tuesday 7 June at Knappagh Presbyterian Church, Killylea.
It is with great joy that we wish Allison all of our best wishes as she departs the care programme in Darkley House. We will all miss her very much; it has been a great joy and blessing to have had the privilege of looking after Allison for the past nine months.
Crossfire Trust hosted 30 volunteers on 16 March at their first ever all day Volunteer Recruitment Fair. The event was attended by senior civil servant, from the Department for Social Development (DSD), Ms Maeve Walls who presented certificates to all volunteers and also presented The Volunteer of The YearAward.