Case Study- The Order of Malta (Kells)
The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps, strive to make a difference by providing Community Care, First Aid and Nursing Services, youth development and personal development in a Christian, caring, non-discriminatory environment.
We are a 32 county organisation and part of a worldwide organisation. Our Ambulance and Wheelchair Accessible Minibus, help us provide cover of local events such as cycle races, cross-county riding events, concerts, horse-racing events etc. Our Patient Transfer service brings people to and from Hospital Appointments/ treatments.
Meath Volunteer Centre has been a fantastic resource to Order of Malta Kells. They are so helpful with our recruitment campaigns and are always at the other end of the phone or email. We had an amazing time with Meath Volunteer Centre at the end of last year when one of our own Michael Guerin was shortlisted for a Volunteer Ireland award in their new Emergency and Ambulance Services category. It was wonderful to see another organisation recognising volunteers from all walks of life. It was fantastic to see Sally-Ann there on the night from our local Meath Volunteer office giving her support.
Order of Malta Kells is actively recruiting for new members aged 16+.
Volunteering with Order of Malta Kells gains you a 2nd family in your life and a wonderful feeling of giving something back.