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Volunteering film to be screening in Watford department store
A film promoting volunteering will be screened in the foyer of the department store, Clements, in The Parade, Watford.
The short film which was originally commissioned by Watford & Three Rivers Trust (W3RT) for their website w3rt.org features volunteers and promotes the diverse volunteering opportunities people can get involved with in the area.
W3RT Volunteering - often referred to as the Volunteers Centre for Watford - represent hundreds of charities, voluntary and community organisations in Watford.
Bob Jones, chief executive officer, said: "W3RT are continually seeking ways we can encourage people in the community to get involved in volunteering.
"We welcome the support we receive from businesses, whether it’s their time, skills, experience or donations of this kind - it certainly does not always need to be a financial donation, and this form of publicity will help us with reaching a wider audience."
Alan Brooks, director of Clements, explained that his decision to donate the space to advertise volunteering "was sparked by how much I enjoyed being a Dragon business mentor in W3RT’s Dragon’s Apprentice Programme."
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