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During these unprecedented times Môn CF continues to provide invaluable support. This includes job seekers, employees looking for assistance, local businesses or individuals looking to set up their own venture.
Although our offices are currently closed, our staff are in work and are on hand to provide the help you need.
It is our intention to re-open our offices in the next few weeks - with a target date of July 13th set - where we can see people face to face in safety. We are currently introducing a raft of safety measures to ensure all our visitors can be seen in compliance with the Social Distancing guidelines. Our offices will have all necessary sanitizing products available, Perspex screens as well as clearly laid out routes to move safely and securely within our office.
If you would like see one of our staff face-to face, it will be by appointment only. If you are already being supported by a Mentor at Môn CF you need to get in touch with them. If you have not been to Môn CF before, please complete an online Enquiry Form this can be found by clicking the contact us tab on our website front page. Your submitted Enquiry form will lead to someone calling you back from Môn CF to arrange an appointment. If you would like more information please phone us on 01407 762004
Alison came to Môn CF for support in finding a job after being unable to do so due to ill - health for a few years.
Alison, eager to learn, decided that the best way to gain some experience and refresh her skillset was to start to volunteering. Alison and her Mentor decided that the local Cancer Research UK Superstore would be a good place to start, as there were various roles in store that she could try out.
Alison is self admittedly ‘not very good with technology’ so using a till was something she was nervous about doing. Ever eager to improve, Alison started off by doing a shadow shift, and before she knew it was volunteering at the store for three days a week.
Alison says she loves it, she loves meeting people and its really helped to boost her confidence, ready to get back into work.
Alison has even completed some work on the tills!
Adie, theAssistant Store Manager says “Since Alison joined her skills within the store have improved massively, she started off doing till work and took to it like a duck to water from there! Alison would process our kid’s clothes, steam them and price. She's an asset to our team of volunteers and we very much enjoy working alongside her!”
Môn CF recently piloted a new programme aimed specifically at supporting individuals aged between sixteen and twenty-four to enter or return to education, training or employment. The programme, which totalled six days over three weeks, was ideally timed to offer school and college leavers who were unsure about their next steps an opportunity to explore their options, as well as giving older members of the age group a chance to refocus or change direction.