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Sara O' Herlihy is interviewed about her time with VCS, working with the organisation as Partnership Officer. Sara mentions some of her favourite moments managing the Cardiff Volunteer Co-ordinators Network, the Cardiff in Action radio show and Volunteer Celebration days at Cardiff Castle and the National Museum of Wales. She describes many experiences as Partnership Officer along with her contributions to help VCS build stronger links with other organisations.

VCS Cymru is the operating name of Voluntary Community Service (Cymru) Limited – a registered charity, established in 1964. Its vision is that the people of Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan make a sustained and valued contribution to society through volunteering, including those excluded for lack of support or who experience barriers. Its mission is to enable people who are most disadvantaged to engage with rewarding volunteering opportunities, facilitating their personal development and employment prospects.

VCS Cymru, VCS.2016.6.1-2

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