VMM are seeking a volunteer Finance Advisor

VMM has an exciting volunteer finance opportunity. We are growing and we are now looking to increase our finance capacity accordingly. We have an effective day to day finance operation and we want to build upon all the hard work that has taken place. Based in our Dublin office we are looking for…

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VMM are looking for a Safeguarding Support Officer Intern!

VMM International is a faith based international development NGO founded in 1969, which has supported building the capacity of development organisations overseas in terms of human resource and project support.  VMM International has provided 2,500 personnel to partner organisations since our founding and currently supports over 30 partner organisations through…

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VMM are looking for a Short Term Programme Coordinator!

Short Term Coordinator International Programme Officer The Volunteer Mission Movement (VMM) is a faith-based volunteering and development organisation that works closely with and for the benefit of the economically, socially and politically marginalised throughout Africa. VMM has worked in developing countries for almost 50 years now, and has placed over…

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VMM’s new Charity Shop in Southport

With a Grand Opening in December, VMM launched its new charity shop at 8 Bold Street in Southport. This is a new venture that the staff and volunteers transformed from a previous shoe shop in Southport. The team worked continuously for four weeks to open after major refurbishment. Thanks to all…

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VMM Prepares for Short Term Projects 2017!

VMM offer a wide variety of short term volunteer experiences in Africa with our partners in 2017. We are offering an exciting opportunity to volunteer in Kampala, Uganda next summer for four weeks. Groups of 8-10 volunteers will take part in teaching assistance at local primary schools in the Nansana area; this will…

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How to do re-entry badly

Our International Programme Manager Louise recently wrote an article for the Lay Mission Union of Ireland’s quarterly newsletter. In it, she bares all about her experiences dealing with re-entry into European life after 5 years living in Uganda. I’m a big advocate for ‘good’ re-entry. For making the absolute best…

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