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The Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT) is looking for volunteer mentors. Could this be you or someone you know? PACT provides support to offenders, those who have served their sentence and their families. One of the many services they provide is Volunteer Mentoring. The support the Volunteer Mentors offer varies and could involve both visiting at the prison or within the community and is such an important and vital support to those who want to move forward with their life. They are looking for people who can build up and encourage others, have a reliable and dependable attitude and have great communication skills! To find out more, click here or contact Mim McConachie, the Volunteer Co-ordinator for Milton Keynes and Bucks on Mobile: 07791 548511 Email: Miriam.McConachie@prisonadvice.org.uk

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