Our organisation & the programme
Ozanam House is a community resource centre run by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. It is located on the site of the original clothing and furniture warehouse in a building that has also been used by the Society for a variety of purposes for over 100 years. Since our opening in September 2002 we have continued to develop various programmes and projects aimed at addressing the issue of social exclusion as well as the many needs of the local community.
Some examples of these programmes and projects are a childcare centre providing pre-school and after-school care, youth programmes including grinds, youth clubs and summer projects. The centre also provides a suite of adult education programmes, such as computers, cookery, dance and dressmaking and various community programmes for the older generation including an older Men’s group and an active retirement group
At the moment we are looking for volunteers for Childcare Centre. We need to fill three roles and they are for our Workshop, Afterschool Sports and Homework support.
More information on these can be found on our website;
If you are interested, please contact Kim;