Volunteering

Our council recognises the vital contribution volunteers make to improving quality of life in communities across the District. 

As well as the opportunities we offer to volunteer for us, we also:

  • Work with the voluntary and community sector, supporting organisations to develop volunteering opportunities and their volunteering programmes
  • Encourage good practice in volunteer involvement, so that volunteering is open to everyone and is positive and beneficial for all involved
  • Support organisations to help them positively involve volunteers

I want to volunteer

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the expression of interest form by clicking on the I want to volunteer button below

Volunteering for Blaby District Council

Litter Picking

Click here for more information on becoming a Volunteer Litter Picker

Volunteer Walks

Within the District we are currently looking for volunteer walk leaders to take on the following walks across the district:

Monday (Not on Bank Holidays)

  • Kirby Muxloe (Brisk) - 11:00am-12:00pm - Kirby Muxloe Library, Station Road, Kirby Muxloe, LE9 2EN
  • Braunstone Town (Beginner) - 2pm-3pm - Braunstone Town Library, Braunstone Civic Centre, Leicester, LE3 2PP

Tuesday

  • Stoney Stanton (Brisk) - 10:00am-11:00am - Playing Fields, Off Carey Hill Road, Stoney Stanton, LE9 4LA
  • Countesthorpe (Beginner) - 11:30am-12:30pm - Countesthorpe Library - Station Road, Countesthorpe, LE8 5TB

Wednesday

  • Walk Together Glen Parva (Beginner) - 10:30am-11:30am - Glen Hills Library, Dorothy Avenue, Glen Parva, LE2 9JD
  • Walk Together Glen Parva (Brisk) - 10:30am-11:30am - Glen Hills Library (address as above)

Find out more information, including on how to contact our team to become Volunteer Walk Leader on the website.

A Place to Grow

A Place To Grow supports people living with mental health, learning disabilities and long term health conditions and is free to use for our residents. The sustainable Community Garden was created with the purpose to support positive health and well-being. We encourage people to learn new things by producing and eating healthy food, being physically active, getting involved in the community and meeting new people in a friendly, informal and safe environment.

The site is aimed at supporting and encouraging those living with or affected by a health condition to enjoy the outdoors. To find out more please visit our A Place to Grow page. 

Volunteering for a Community Organisation

COMMBUS

COMMBUS is your local community transport service, every day, for the elderly and for anyone with a disability or limited mobility.

Serving Blaby, Cosby, Croft, Countesthorpe, Enderby, Glen Parva, Huncote, St. Johns, Littlethorpe, Narborough, Sapcote, Sharnford, Stoney Stanton, Thurlaston and Whetstone.  All volunteers will be given full training for all positions, currently commbus needs volunteers for the following positions:

  • Community minibus drivers
  • Community minibus escorts
  • Office coordinators

Contact Kim Richardson on 07899 668 034 or kim.richardson@outlook.com

Blaby Community Allotment

Volunteers required to help at Ekojoe (Blaby Allotments), together as a group they learn how to be more sustainable, growing organic produce with shared knowledge using the no dig method. 

A friendly and lovely bunch of people who benefit from being outside, socialising and sharing the produce amongst the group and donating the rest to the local food bank.

 

If you are interested please call Claire on 07923246245 or email: info@ekojoe.co.uk

109 Leicester (Countesthorpe) Scouts

Assistant Section Leaders

Would you like the chance to go camping, climbing, potholing, lead community projects while helping to prepare young people with Skills for Life? (Or for a limited time only, run adventures from your living room on zoom!)  As an Assistant Section Leader you will do all of this and more, using your skills and learning new ones.

As part of 109th Leicester (Countesthorpe Scout Group), you will plan and deliver a safe and exciting programme for young people, making sure every young person gets the chance to spend at least one night away each year.

If you are interested please contact Jack Barber on 07811 100 301 or email jack.barber@countesthorpescouts.org.uk

District Chair

Scouting relies on strong leadership. So if you can motivate others, keep a cool head and balance a variety of views then you would be an ideal chairperson for South Leicestershire Scouts, supporting nine Scout Groups and District Units across the District. With experience of steering meetings to produce excellent decisions, you’ll be equally willing to speak your mind as encouraging others to express their views.

You will use your strong communication skills to help a team of committed adult volunteers who make up an Executive Committee arrive at a good decision that will benefit young people. Able to work as part of a team, you will also contribute the direction and development of the District.

No previous experience of Scouting is necessary. What’s more important is your own skills and experience as well as empathy with our mission and values. We will provide all appropriate training and ongoing support.

If you are interested in the position please contact Rob Row on rob.row@southleics-scouts.org.uk

Glenfield Millennium Green Trust

Volunteers required to carry out maintenance of flower beds, weeding, hedges etc of the millennium green. For further information and to volunteer please visit the Glenfield Millennium Green Trust website. Updates about the trust and more information can also be found on the Glenfield Millennium Green Trust Facebook page. 

Leicestershire and Rutland Playing Fields Association

The PFA gives Grants, Loans and appropriate advice on sports and play issues to its existing or potential members. It is looking for additional association members and trustees to help govern and run the organisation. The requirement is to attend four meetings per year which are currently via Zoom. More information about the work of the LRPFA can be found on their website. Applications together with a current CV should be sent via email to that address.

Anyone interested or wanting more information should look on our website. Alternatively please contact Dale Mortimer by email at dale.mortimer@virgin.net or call 0116 287 9705.

Community Action Partnership

Community Action Partnership are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are willing to use their own car to take local people to the doctors, dentist, shopping lunch clubs, etc.  Mileage is paid on a monthly basis

We also need:

Drivers interested in driving one of our accessible vehicles to take people on outings and assist those in wheelchairs who struggle to find transport. Training is provided. Drivers find it a rewarding experience and can gain valuable skills if looking for work.

Passenger Assistants willing to assist our drivers in taking vulnerable out and about to where they need to go. Training will be provided. It’s an excellent opportunity for people wanting to get into care work.

Office Volunteer to carry out general office duties (answering phone, data inputting, talking to drivers and customers.)  Full training given and mileage covered.

Contact community@communityap.org.uk for more details.

Enderby Lawn Tennis Club

Enderby Lawn Tennis Club needs volunteers to cover areas such as club promotion/social media/website, grant funding for development of the club, developing initiatives such as social prescribing and reducing social isolation through tennis. 

Contact Eamonn Canavan at eamonnmcanavan@hotmail.com or 07771 765709.

Countesthorpe Cricket Club

Countesthorpe Cricket Club are looking for volunteers for the following roles:

  • Commercial Secretary
  • Club Development Plan Coordinator
  • Club Mark Coordinator
  • Risk and Compliance Coordinator
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • PR Support Worker
  • Club Photographer(s)
  • Grants Officer
  • Ground Support Workers 
  • Two Non - Executive Directors
  • Advertising and Sponsorship Coordinator
  • Events Coordinator
FareShare

FareShare are a food collection and redistribution charity, aiming to help feed the most vulnerable in our community.

Currently FareShare are looking for volunteers to staff their warehouse in Narborough, jobs could include driving the vans to make deliveries and collections, sorting and packing food and various other tasks. All volunteers will have an induction and be fully trained, to find out more please visit their website. 

More information about the charity can be found on their website.

84 Leicester (Littlethorpe Scouts)

We are looking for people of any age who would like to help us at scouts on a regular/occasional basis.  Would also suit people who are working towards their D of E Award.  No experience necessary.

This is an interesting, enjoyable and rewarding hobby,  helping the young people of the local district learn new skills, enjoy themselves and have fun.

For further information contact Steve Broome on 07443954569 or stevebroome@hotmail.co.uk

Alzheimer's Society

Dementia – what’s the real impact?

Just four minutes to watch this amazing clip of Pete – he’s absolutely brilliant!! Pete is one of the Alzheimer's Society advocates and talks candidly about living with dementia. Volunteers help to run their online forum, they support people like Pete, they help to fundraise and bring more awareness to society by becoming Dementia Friends.

Fundraising Representative Volunteer - This role will provide support to the Community Fundraiser in your area, attending cheque presentations, giving talks about the work of Alzheimer’s Society and attending events as a representative of Alzheimer’s Society.

Collection Co-ordinator - You will support our Fundraising team in this role, helping them to identify opportunities to engage with the local community and to network with supporters. You’ll help us to raise funds by coordinating suitable locations for collection tins and buckets and managing the funds collected.

Fundraising Events Volunteer - The role will be based at fundraising events - the times, dates and locations of which will vary. Example of fundraising events include: collections, Memory Walks, community events, corporate events and special events.

If you are interested in any of the roles listed above please contact Heidi Wilkinson on 07483925953 or heidi.wilkinson@alzheimers.org.uk 

Age Uk Leicester Shire and Rutland

Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland have opportunities for shop assistant volunteers at their Blaby charity shops based at Johns Court and Forge Corner.


For more information on these roles, please contact Nimisha Patel at nimisha.patel@ageukleics.org.uk or contact the shops directly on 0116 278 4961 (clothes shop) 0116 278 1208 (furniture shop.)

Whetstone Memorial Hall

Whetstone Memorial Hall are looking for more volunteers to join their management committee.  There are no regular tasks but they would appreciate volunteers attending meetings, putting forward ideas and helping with the diverse tasks connected with running the hall.

For more information contact Rosemary Hall at rosemarychall@gmail.com

Friends of Narborough Station (FONS)

Friends of Narborough Station have four projects planned for the future. 

  • Access for All where they have been awarded £80k to improve pedestrian access to the Station, particularly for disabled people. 
  • To make the Station dementia friendly 
  • To bring back into use the former Station Master's House and Garden.
  • To create a Cycle Storage Hub at the station 

We have an 8 person Committee at present all of whom are volunteers but we will need more in the future as our projects gain momentum.  Even if people do not wish to join our Committee, there will be space for volunteers to join us as members.  Without volunteers, FONS wouldn't exist and not be the dynamic function it is today.  We are determined to fulfil all of our forthcoming exciting projects, volunteers will provide us with the enhanced help we need in order to make this happen. 

If you would like more information please contact John Harrison at john@harrisonhome.force9.co.uk

Narborough and Littlethorpe Community Library

Narborough & Littlethorpe Community Library are looking for volunteer librarians to join their team help and help the library return to normal opening hours.

If you enjoy interacting with people, have a love of information and books, please get in touch at nandlclibrary@gmail.com or 0116 305 3706

Testimony: -

As a volunteer librarian and committee member I have been fascinated by the way the Community Managed Libraries have been set up. The co operation between LCC, BDC, and Parish has been so instructive! Also the huge amount of goodwill from so many businesses and members of the public.

More importantly it has helped me to feel much more a part of the community and to make many real friendships. During the pandemic the support of contacts made through the library has been so important.

What we need now are more volunteers! We all need to be sure we can carry on the excellent work we have started, for many years to come. Keep on reading!

 

Croft Good Neighbour Scheme

The Croft Good Neighbour scheme provides short term assistance for the residents of Croft through the help of local volunteers, all of whom have been checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). 

They would love to hear from anyone who would be willing to be a volunteer driver to help those in Croft who need to get to a medical appointment.

For more information contact Kath Muir on 07590 246 386 or muirkath@hotmail.com

Support for Carers

Support for Carers are looking for Telephone Befriending Volunteers

Our Telephone Befriending Service is valued by carers across Leicestershire who feel isolated in their caring position. Maybe they have no other family to talk to about their caring role, maybe they find it easier to talk to someone ‘neutral’, maybe they would just like a new friend.

Phone calls would be made from your home. Full training and ongoing support are given, and if necessary, telephone expenses reimbursed.

For more details please email Liz at lmcmillan@vasl.org.uk or phone her on 01858 468543.

Enderby Community Library

Enderby Community Library need volunteers to (wo)man the rota to keep the library open but also need people who have fund-raising ideas, like to bake cake (every event needs home-baked cake!), enjoy simple crafting, would just like to help out on coffee mornings or at one-off events. Most of our volunteers have been doing this since the library opened five years ago so you can see the jobs are enjoyable. We could do more if we had extra willing helpers.

For more information contact clerk@enderbyparish.org

Girlguiding Leicestershire

Girlguiding Leicestershire have lots of volunteering opportunities available.  If you would like to register your interest, this is done via the main Girlguiding website 

Blaby Baptist Church

Blaby Baptist Church are looking for volunteers for the mums and toddlers group that meets on a Wednesday 10-11.30am.  Please contact Pauline Wills on 07973871405 or pauline.wills@hotmail.com

Stoney Stanton Community Library

If you are interested in volunteering for Stoney Stanton Community Library please email enquiries@ss-cl.org.uk

Croft C of E Primary School

Croft C of E Primary School have opportunities for volunteers to help out in class or listen to the children read.  Please contact Carrie Faulkner on 01455 282 643 or CFaulkner@croft.embracemat.org for more information.

St Peter's C of E Primary School, Whetstone

St Peter's C of E Primary School are looking for volunteers to read with the pupils.  Please contact Lesley Stewart on 0116 277 5750 or Lstewart@stpeters.embracemat.org

Whetstone Good Neighbours Scheme

Whetstone Good Neighbour Scheme aims to provide neighbourly assistance in times of need to those residents of Whetstone who are vulnerable or needy.  Contact Lou Hathaway on 07939 685537 or look on the website.

Blaby Mind Matters

Blaby Mind Matters are looking for committee/volunteers for our Thursday afternoon group (1.30pm-3.30pm) We meet at Blaby Social Club and help support anyone with a mental health diagnosis. No expertise in mental health required. We hold various activities (for example, play favourite music, bingo, pub lunches) A chance for people to get together, make friends and chat with a coffee/tea and biscuits.
Please contact Karen Szczurek on 07530542155 or karen@szczurek.co.uk for more information.

Blaby District Spartans

Our football club, which is for adults with special needs is desperately in need of a club secretary to attend committee meetings, liaise with the league and more. 

We are based in Cosby/Blaby. 

For more information visit their website or email blabydistrictspartans@gmail.com

Stoney Stanton Carnival

The Stoney Stanton carnival has been going (in various forms) for over 100 years and was originally set-up to raise money for the Leicester Royal Infirmary. Whilst things have changed considerably since the horse drawn floats and chasing pigs(!) we continue to raise money for our village and the community groups.

The carnival takes place every June and we organise various fundraising events throughout the year including a quiz night and fun run. We always need volunteers, whether you’d like to join the committee or just help on carnival day itself. There’s always something to do!

We meet on the first Monday of each month. Please email stoneystantoncarnival@gmail.com or message us on Facebook if you’d like to join us.

Toys on the Table

Toys on the Table is a local Charity working in the Leicester and Leicestershire area, which provides NEW toys and gifts at the festive season for those children, regardless of faith, who might otherwise not receive anything. 

They are looking for volunteers to help run the day to day of the charity and organise the event and from October they will be looking for volunteers to help wrap presents. 

For more information contact Mac on 07785 233 033 or toysonthetable@aol.com

The Activity Centre

We would always welcome help at our Friday night Youth Club - we run from 6-8pm.   

We also hold a Young @ Heart Day on the 2nd Monday of each month; We invite anyone over 65 (but we will not ask for ID!) to come along for tea, coffee, cake and chit chat!  All free! Volunteers are needed to help pour tea and coffee.  Contact Alaina on 07483152779 or alaina@theactivitycentre.org

Fourth Leicester Scout Group (Braunstone Town)

The Fourth Leicester Scout Group are looking for volunteers for various roles.  Please contact Simon Falkner on 07712 660 595 for more information.

Lubbesthorpe Alive

Lubbesthorpe Alive is all about helping build a healthy community in New Lubbesthorpe.

For more information on volunteering opportunities, please contact Sue at lubbesthorpealive@gmail.com

First Stoney Stanton Scout Group

First Stoney Stanton Scout Group have volunteering opportunities, please contact Stuart Wilson at gslstoneystanton@hotmail.com

Enderby Community Library

Volunteering opportunities are available at Enderby Community Library, please contact clerk@enderbyparish.org or 0116 275 3711 for more information.

Blaby and Glen Parva Community Service

Blaby & Glen Parva Community Service are in need of a volunteer who can run a friendship group on a Wednesday.  A small group of ladies who like to play bingo, cards, raffle and have a cup of tea and a chat.  Full support would be given.

They are also looking for an ad hoc driver for a Monday and Wednesday and occasional outings, under 70 with a clean driving licence.

For more information, please contact andrea25cooper@gmail.com

Cross Counties Radio Ltd

We are always looking for volunteers to join our group.  Please go to our website, crosscountiesradio.co.uk - click on the 'Mail' tab then, 'FM Radio Job' and finally, 'Click here to begin your journey'. 

For more information call 0116 326 3000 or email studio@crosscountiesradio.co.uk

Mindfulness Art group

Support for Mindfulness Art Group running at A Place To Grow, Mill Lane, Enderby

Sessions are Tuesdays 1.30–3pm and would need someone who is available during these times. Sessions in blocks of 5 with the current block ending 26 November.  Sessions will recommence Feb/March 2022.

The role would entail providing support for the Tutor and a small group of people who will be participating in ‘mindfulness Art ‘.

  • Making Tea for participants
  • Chatting to group members to help to make them feel welcome and included
  • Support for the tutor with setting up / packing away
  • Where ‘tasks ‘ are completed join in and participate alongside group if desired

For more information contact Katie Barradell on 0116 305 5319 or 07526928276 or email katie.barradell@leics.gov.uk

Leicestershire Shared Reading

Leicestershire Shared Reading is a voluntary organisation which supports a thriving network of shared reading groups for adults.

The groups, led by volunteer reader leaders, meet weekly in public libraries around the county, or on Zoom, and are open to anyone to drop in and sit for a while, listening to stories and poems being read aloud.

We have vacancies for

  • volunteers to help get our Blaby Library group going again
  • volunteers to join our Zoom teams

So if you believe in the power of literature to change lives, if you are interested in people, and confident in reading aloud in a group, visit our website to find out more on their website

Narborough Congregational Church

Narborough Congregational Church are looking for a treasurer or bookkeeper that would be able to start ASAP. The role can be done remotely so there is no need to worry about not living in Narborough. Every two months there is a meeting which is held in person it would be preferable if the volunteer could attend the meeting in person but it is not essential. 

For more information about what the role involves please contact Elaine Taylor on 0116 275 3318 or via email at edtaylor36@gmail.com

 

Glen Hills Library

Glen Hills Library is in the process of recruiting volunteers to support an array of new and exciting activities, the volunteering opportunities available include:

Homework club volunteer 

Story and rhyme volunteer

For more information about the roles please contact the library on 0116 278 7720 or email linda.sidorowicz@gmail.com

Park cafe at Glen Hills Library is looking for new recruits to support the running of their cafe. Volunteers are needed on Tuesday and Friday afternoons between 2-5pm. For more information please contact Jan Martin on either 07445 880 889 or janmartin66@yahoo.com.

Blaby and District Lions Club

Blaby District Lions Club are a local charity who fundraise money for other charities within the district and provide services to those in need.

They may provide a volunteer to escort someone to the shops if they are unable to get themselves there or various other things that people in the community need.

Since the pandemic we have assisted local individuals attend their early morning hospital appointments who rely on public transport and cannot afford taxis. We helped a person who had served with the armed forces to attend an appointment at LRI on a Sunday, because there was no public transport at that time of day in the area they resided. The person sustained an injury in the Army which brought their career to an end and changed their life forever. It was an honour to be able to help this person.

If you would like to volunteer or become a member of Blaby & District Lions Club please email ask@blabylions.co.uk. To find out more about the charity you can visit their webpage found down below and find out what work they are currently supporting with. 

Volunteer with English Heritage

Kirby Muxloe Castle is managed by English Heritage who are looking for outgoing and enthusiastic people, to join their new team of Castle Visitor Volunteers to help bring Kirby Muxloe Castle to life for visitors.

Once you have completed 60 hours and 4 months of volunteering you will be awarded an English Heritage Site Pass. 

For more information about the position please call 0370 333 1181 or email volunteer.enquiries@english-heritage.org.uk or visit their website, the link to this can be found at the bottom of this page in the external links tile.

St Crispin's Lunch Club

St Crispin’s Church used to run a successful lunch club before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Since the pandemic they have found it quite difficult to get up and running again. Unfortunately due to the pandemic volunteers have left the group or have not felt comfortable to return. The church is currently running a coffee morning for local residents, but are keen to begin the lunch club again.

Many people experience isolation when they get older due to numerous reasons. The lunch club was formed to support isolated people to get back into the community. With the idea being that the service users could make some new friends and integrate with their local community whilst sitting down for a hot two/three course meal.

The lunch club is now looking for volunteers to get the lunch club back up and running. They require volunteers who would like to help with the cooking and the management of the group. There are some original volunteers who will be staying on to volunteer in the lunch club, but due to age and health reasons they feel unable to take on the cooking and management side of the club. The original volunteers have a wealth of knowledge and will assist in any way possible.

Going forward the plan for the lunch club is to run once per month to begin with, moving to twice per month once the volunteers are established and confident enough. The food will be large batches for example soup for lunch and crumble for the pudding (or something similar). St Crispin’s Church has a fully functional kitchen with all of the equipment needed to cook the food and a dishwasher for cleaning.

Volunteers required include:

Three cooks (preferably have a level two food hygiene certificate which can be done online)

We are hoping to recruit for this post within the next five weeks so please show your interest by Friday 24 June 2022

If you are interested in volunteering or being part of the management committee of the group please contact Laura Harris on 0116 2727 718 or email VCSHub@blaby.gov.uk stating that you’re interested in volunteering for St Crispin’s Lunch Club.

Horses for Causes

Horses for causes is a group set up to support people with Autism and other mental health issues, with a mission of providing growth and change for the community. 

They currently have a volunteer opportunity for an accounting/bookkeeping person. The main aspect of the job will be transferring handwritten accounts onto a digital system through a laptop, needs to be good with numbers and be able to pay attention to detail. Expenses can be paid.

To find out more about the volunteering opportunity please contact Sharon Wood on 07753639228 or horsesforcauses@hotmail.com. To find out more information about the group please visit their website www.soarvalleywestern.co.uk

For further volunteering opportunities please go to Voluntary Action Leicestershire's website where you can search for opportunities near to you.

We need volunteers

Are you a community group, charity or non-profit?

Advertising your roles is a service we offer free of charge but we do have minimum quality standards that we expect from organisations. This is to ensure that both the volunteer and the organisation will be safe, supported and benefit from volunteering. 

If you would like us to advertise your volunteering opportunity, please get in touch using the contact us form below.

Volunteer Management

For good practice resources see our Volunteer Management Strategy in the downloads section below.   Please complete the checklist to ensure you meet the standards required.

Community Volunteer Week

Community Volunteer Week is held once a year to coincide with National Volunteers Week.  It provides an opportunity for Blaby District Council staff to volunteer some of their time and make a positive difference to the local community.  

We look for a variety of opportunities - big or small, indoor or outdoor - for volunteers to take part in. Whether you need one volunteer for a few hours or a team of 20 volunteers over two days.                 

In 2019, 110 staff members from Blaby District Council completed approximately 327 hours of volunteering.  Two businesses, Leicester Marriott and Everyone Active also got involved contributing a further 70 hours completed by 13 volunteers.

Here are some examples of who we've worked with and what we've done in previous years:

  • St Crispins Lunch Club/Croft Happy Circle - Served food at local lunch and social clubs
  • Narborough & Littlethorpe Community Library - Sorted books for a local community-managed library
  • Commbus - Valeted community transport minibuses
  • Oakfield Short Stay School/Thistly Meadow Primary School - Helped build features within a Forest School
  • St Mary's Church, Elmesthorpe - St Michael and All Angel's Cosby - Tidied up church gardens
  • Kingsway Primary School/Redhill Primary School - Repainted and spruced up outdoor areas at primary schools
  • Whetstone GNS/Croft GNS - Delivered promotional flyers for local Good Neighbour Schemes
  • Support for Carers - Packed bags at a supermarket to raise money for a charity
  • Countesthorpe Leysland Community College - Delivered mock interviews to pupils at a local secondary school

Community Volunteer Week usually takes place in June.  We hope we will be able to start this again in 2021.

Blaby District Council's Employer Supported Volunteering Scheme

Blaby District Council runs an employer supported volunteering scheme, which allows staff time off, during working hours, to provide volunteering support to local community groups and organisations.  For further information see the Employer Supported Volunteering Policy and Procedure below.

Business Volunteering Support

Business Volunteering is when a company’s employees offer their time and expertise for the benefit of local voluntary and community groups during work time, all with the support of their employer.

Employee volunteering is good for the community, good for those who volunteer and good for your business.

We can offer team challenges or individual volunteering opportunities.

If you are a local business that wants to give back to the local community, recognises the important role of voluntary and community organisations and wants to contribute to their sustainability please get in touch using the contact us form below.

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