We’re delighted to welcome Judith Moss on board to our team of Education Volunteers in North Wales. Judith lives close to Anglesey and will be able to deliver Primary School
CAFOD Education Volunteer Judith Moss
visits in the area.
After undertaking 2 separate training days and a shadow visit at St Mary’s in Holyhead, Judith completed her training successfully and is keen to get started. She said, ‘I thoroughly enjoyed the training, I found it inspiring and I really feel like I have been called to do this role. The CAFOD materials and resources are all very well produced, so all I have to do is prepare the best way to deliver it.’
‘I am really excited to do my first school visit in St Helen’s Caernarfon where I will be delivering the Power to be assembly to the pupils.”
Every child has the power in them to achieve great things. But with one in six people still living without electricity, the hopes of millions of the world’s children are too often a distant dream.
Local, renewable energy is usually the cheapest, fastest and most efficient solution to bring power to the poorest communities. It can help families to lift themselves out of poverty, without harming the world we share. By participating in the Power to be campaign, we are calling on Melanie Robinson, the UK’s representative at the World Bank, to shift the balance to support renewable energy which tackles poverty, so everyone can have the chance to fulfil their God-given potential.
To find out more about Volunteering or our campaigns, please contact Colette Byrne in the North Wales CAFOD Volunteer Centre on email@example.com
Clodagh Cherry, CAFOD Education Volunteer working with children in North Wales.
Clodagh Cherry has been a CAFOD Education Volunteer since 2011. She first heard about CAFOD as a child in church when they supported the Family Fast Day.
Clodagh’s role as an Education Volunteer is to deliver assemblies and workshops to primary school children in Wrexham Diocese. Clodagh says, ‘I particularly enjoy working with the children and sharing their thoughts and discussions, as well as building and maintaining relationships with the local schools. I would really recommend being a CAFOD Education volunteer, the material is well developed by CAFOD, delivered in good time to the volunteers and has an immediate impact on the children’.
Community Participation Coordinator, Colette Byrne says, ‘It is truly a Godsend to have Clodagh as our education volunteer. Clodagh actually lives in Shrewsbury Diocese and very kindly travels across to Wrexham to visit schools on our behalf. This is a massive help to us and it would be wonderful if we were to expand on our Education Volunteers for the future too’.
Happy new year from CAFOD North Wales! I hope you all had a lovely, peaceful Christmas and here is to a hopeful and joyous 2016.
At the beginning of my first year at CAFOD, I am really keen to get to know the volunteers and parishioners in the Wrexham Diocese. Do you support CAFOD in your area? Perhaps you promote CAFOD through your local school or parish?
No matter what your support is, I’d love to hear from you to get to know more about you and the area you’re in, please do get in touch! firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07779 804 242.
If you’d like to find out a little more about me, please check out the following link! http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/index.php?p=975
I am really excited about 2016, its going to be a positive year!