Volunteers always needed
Crossfire Trust is here to serve the need of the community in south Armagh, Northern Ireland.
We are only able to function through the support of our excellent volunteers who give freely of their time and resources.
Over the years, many hundreds of people have volunteered at Darkley House, whether it be for a few hours or longer, and have gained new skills, new experiences and new friends.
We need your help in a number of areas. In general you do not need any previous experience although it can often be helpful. We’ll give you an induction to Crossfire Trust (i.e. we’ll tell you what it’s all about) and if necessary train you for anything we ask you to do. Occasionally we will pay for your travel expenses for getting to and from Darkley.
A volunteering record is impressive on any CV. It’s a great way to get new skills and to experience different work environments. Volunteering reflects Christ, the Servant who took a towel and washed his disciples’ feet. Jesus still gives towels today and society still needs the refreshment of servanthood.
Work days are organised regularly and these have been great opportunities for people to have an introduction to the work of Crossfire Trust without making a long term commitment.
People can volunteer for as much or as little as they like or feel they can manage.
Our volunteers get involved doing many things from taking part on Work Days to driving overseas volunteers to and from the airport.
However in order that the Trust can function we do have specific areas for which we are always in need of more volunteers, these are:
- Added Value Team
- Crossmaglen Market Team
- Grounds and Gardening Team
- Home Church Development
- Hospitality & Catering
- Maintenance Team
- Mega Mobile Care Team
Please click on each one above to see the specific Volunteer Role Profile for each area.
We appreciate and honour the hard work and dedication of our volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact us at email@example.com or 028 3753 1636.
We would love to see you.
Our volunteers are old and young, and come from down the road and across the sea. Some of them are pictured below:
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