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Helium Arts is seeking volunteers

Helium Arts is seeking volunteers to support the delivery of creative workshops for children living with long-term health conditions. Volunteers assist Artists by helping to create a fun-filled and safe environment. Workshops usually take place on Saturdays, and occasionally on Sundays, after school or during school holidays. They happen in community settings such as family resource centres, libraries, art studios/galleries, including venues in Cork, North Cork,  Limerick and Galway. 

This is a great opportunity for anyone who has an interest in arts and health, and would suit someone who has experience working with children and particularly with children with special needs and those with a background in healthcare. 

Helium Arts is an Equal Opportunities Organisation and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds. 

If you are interested in applying to become a Volunteer with us, please read the full role description here

If you are interested in volunteering  please contact 

Closing Date for applications Weds 4th August at 5pm

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Helium Arts is a registered charity and compliant with the requirements of the Charities Regulator, the national regulatory authority for charities in Ireland


CHY Number: 19236
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20075200
Companies Registration Office: 486621


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Helium Arts
Top Floor
22 Pearse Street
Co. Westmeath
N91 VYP0



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