Personal Information

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* Name

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* Surname

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* Date of Birth (Please note you must be 18 yrs+ for this event)

Date / Time

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* Contact Information

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* PLEASE SELECT THE EVENT(S) YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER AT BY TICKING THE APPROPRIATE BOXES BELOW :

CORK- Volunteer at Fashion Relief in City Hall, Cork  16th/17th February 2019

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* DUBLIN -Volunteer at Fashion Relief RDS Dublin, 9th/10th March 2019

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* GALWAY - Volunteer at Fashion relief in Galmont Hotel, Galway 31st March 2019

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* Tell us about any skills, qualifications or experience you have that may be relevant for this event.

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* Emergency Contact Details

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* References -Please provide 2. 
Suitable references include your colleague, current/previous employer, co-volunteer, college supervisor/teacher,  landlord, case worker or social worker. Please do not give the name of a member of your family or your partner. Please ensure all information is correct and accurate.

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* Please let us know if you have any additional needs, in order for us to support your volunteering experience.

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* Please state below if you have any dietary restrictions.

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* In accordance with the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions and Certain Disclosures) Act 2016 applicable in R.O.I., or Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, applicable in Northern Ireland. Do you have any “unspent” convictions?

Please note:
N.I. - Rehabilitation of Offenders act 1974, UK: a conviction is described as “unspent” if the rehabilitation period associated with it has not yet lapsed; a rehabilitation period is a set length of time from the date of conviction, according to the sentence imposed.

R.O.I. - Under the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions and Certain Disclosures) Act 2016 a range of minor offences will become spent after 7 years. This means that an adult convicted of an offence covered by the Act does not have to disclose the conviction after 7 years, except in certain circumstances. The convictions which may be regarded as spent after 7 years are set out in Section 5 of the Act.

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