30/08/2018

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre In Urgent Need Of Volunteers

Dublin's Rape Crisis Centre is in urgent need of volunteers to help maintain its 24-hour helpline.

The Centre has said that it also needs volunteers to accompany people to Garda stations, courts and hospitals.

Applications for training beginning in October can be found on their website - www.drcc.ie.

(MH/CM)

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