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UK Volunteer Opportunity: Chance to Volunteer as a Peer-Counsellor for Muslim Youth Helpline

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The Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) is a confidential telephone peer-counselling and e-mail enquiries service for young people in need. Forwarded Message:
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Dear Brothers & Sisters

As salaamu alaykum

Final Chance to Volunteer as a Peer-Counsellor for MYH

Thinking about volunteering, but never got round to it? Well, this is just a gentle reminder to let you know that with interviews set to take place at the end of the month, the final deadline for applications for the post of "Helpline Worker” is Friday 11 July 2003.

We're particularly keen on encouraging applications from male volunteers, sisters who can work evening shifts (6pm-9pm), reverts or new-Muslims as well as representatives from refugee communities who can speak a second language.

We're also willing to consider applications from young people above the 25 years age limit who feel they can support a young person in need.

If you would like a recruitment pack, or further information on any of our voluntary posts, please don't hesitate to get in touch.


Yours,

Secretary
Muslim Youth Helpline
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The Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) is a confidential telephone peer-counselling and e-mail enquiries service for young people in need.

Opening Hours: Tuesdays 6pm-9pm & Saturdays 10am-10pm

Telephone: 020 8903 7534

Helpline: 020 8795 5321 (2 lines)

E-mail: help@myh.org.uk

Facsimile: 020 8795 2066

Postal Address: PO Box 659, Wembley, Middlesex, HA0 3WH

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