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AfA NEW VOLUNTEERS INDUCTION

Greetings everyone

Thank you for interests in AfA and supporting our cause as our Volunteer.

We will be conducting volunteer induction at the following date

When: Saturday, Jun 30, 2018
Timing: 10.30 am to 3.30 pm

Please consult and pencil your diary, we will be in touch with more details, 6 weeks prior to the date.

Tentatively, next session is on:

When: Friday, Sep 30, 2018
Timing: 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm

Thank you and looking forward to see you at the training.

Volunteer Manager

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