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We're always looking for new content, whether it's an article raising awareness, a report on a recent campaign or a blog from an ICS volunteer. Take a look at our ICS blog template and send your submissions to blogs@volunteerics.org. Get involved!

13 January 2017
Louise Rafferty
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Happy First Fundraising Friday of 2017! After the festive blow out it’s pretty common for everyone to be feeling the financial pinch in January. However, fundraising is still 100% possible at this time of year!

16 December 2016
Peri MacRae
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Hi guys! Happy Fundraising Friday everyone, it’s blog time again and this week we’re having a look into networks.

9 December 2016
Jack Howson
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“We are one family even though we all come from different areas of Uganda.”

6 December 2016
Jack Howson
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ICS volunteers across seven agencies, seven countries and three continents came together to celebrate #InternationalVolunteerDay, sharing a snapshot of their lives as voluntee

2 December 2016
Jack Howson
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At 16, Mahomed lost his sight from retinal detachments in both his eyes.

2 December 2016
Josie Martin
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Happy Fundraising Friday y'all! It's that time again, you lucky things. This week we've got some creative and classic fundraising, so on with the show!

30 November 2016
Jack Howson
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Every year, thousands of ICS volunteers leave their home communities to work in 22 countries across three continents, bringing with them a passion for change, a drive for learning more about the communities they will call home for three

30 November 2016
Jack Howson
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Volunteer Nathaniel Antonio-Gorse was just 17 when he contracted HIV.
 
22 November 2016
Jack Howson
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In workplaces up and down the country, there’s an increasing realisation that work outside the workplace can benefit the employee and employer.

18 November 2016
Jack Howson
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BeeSweet isn’t your average social enterprise. 

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