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386 Clare volunteers join community response drive

Since the call for people to sign up to support the community response to Covid-19 in Clare went out in March, 386 people from across the county have registered to volunteer through the I-VOL app, Clare TD Joe Carey has said.

Deputy Carey said: “Volunteers in Clare have been directly linked by the local Volunteer Centres to local organisations responding to Covid-19, conducting a wide range of very important work, from delivering food and medicines to older people who are self-isolating, to volunteering in Covid test centres.

“There are also many more volunteers on the ground, helping out family, friends and neighbours. The response to the Covid crisis shows once again what a fantastic resource we have in our volunteers and the wonderful community spirit that prevails here in Clare even during these challenging times,” he stated.

Deputy Carey added: “We have always depended greatly on the cohort of volunteers that give so generously of their time and energy year in year out. Back in March as the crisis was emerging, we called on people to help meet the significant needs at community level and the response has been magnificent,” Deputy Carey added.

 

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