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Volunteer News Editor
Thamesonline is the new website for everyone in Thames, and gives the whole community the ability to promote themselves, businesses, sports clubs and community groups.. We are starting a Local News section to concentrate on getting the things that matter to our community in one place.
We are going to need a News Editor to arrange these news items, and moderate those supplied by members of the community. Not a paid position, but would suit someone who wants to be part of this community resource and who has a reasonable level of computer knowledge.
We can always teach the finer points to the right person.
Thames Family Store
07 868 6701
Could you spare some of your time to help your community?
The Salvation Army here in Thames is looking for
more volunteers at our Family Store.
We can offer a friendly team, a worthwhile cause as well as the opportunity to learn and study for a nationally-recognised retail qualification if you are looking to get back into the job market.
Either call into the shop or email firstname.lastname@example.org
with your contact telephone number.
07 868 8509
Have you begun 2020 with a resolution to volunteer at one of the many organisations that make up our Thames landscape?
The friendly team at Thames Museum needs more volunteers.
Are you keen on local history?
Do you enjoy meeting people from around New Zealand and the world?
For as little as a 2.5 hour shift you can help keep the museum open 6 days a week. Contact Carolyn McKenzie 027 868 6072
07 868 6830
321 Ngati Maru Highway
(next to Thames Airfield)
We are looking for volunteers on our dog team who are available between 8:00am and 10:am during the week, for one or more shifts.
SPCA’s Thames Centre has been helping animals
in the local community for more than 50 years.
We have a fabulous facility in Thames and our area covers
the Coromandel Peninsula and Hauraki Plains.
We look after 200-300 animals per year and are well supported by a dedicated volunteer network who care for the animals at the centre
and also foster animals when needed.
We also visit schools and speak at local community groups to help educate the public and keep them informed about our work.