Volunteering

Community & voluntary organisations encouraged to embrace new ways of volunteering

53% of volunteer involving organisations could not survive without volunteers

Get Ready for National Volunteer Week: 11-17 May

National Volunteering Week to highlight how everyone can start volunteering
 

LinkedIn launches Volunteer Marketplace

 
LinkedIn has launched set tools to help Irish charities recruit skilled volunteers and board members from the social networks more than €1million Irish users.

Nominate a volunteer for the Volunteer Ireland Awards 2014

Community and voluntary orgnaisations are invited to give a special ‘thank you’ to their volunteers by 

Volunteer Ireland Launch Annual Awards with a Call for Nominations for Ireland’s Best Volunteers

Volunteer Ireland today (3 Septembber) launched its seventh annual Volunteer Ireland Awards

Join the Limerick National City of Culture Volunteer Team!

Limerick National City of Culture has begun taking applications for volunteers who wish to get involved in this year’s exciting programme of events.

Volunteer Centres Ireland and Volunteering Ireland Merger Announced

Volunteer Centres Ireland and Volunteering Ireland have merged to create Volunteer Ireland, a single national volunteering organis

Better Together Awards: Watch the Winning Videos

The winners of the Better Together Awards were announced in Dublin on Thursday, 25 November.

Irish Senator Lends a Hand to VSO Nepal

Irish Senator Dominic Hannigan is expected to arrive on Sunday in Nepal to volunteer with leading development charity VSO.

The National Day of Volunteering

The aim of the National Day of Volunteering is to encourage everyone in Ireland to give volunteering a go, to show that – even if it’s only for a minute, an hour, a day – volunteering can make a big difference and be a lot of fun! This year, the National Day of Volunteering will take place on Friday, 1st of October.

There are lots of ways you can get involved: you can register to take part in a project already happening, register a project yourself, commit a ’random act of volunteering’ or simply take the opportunity to thank a volunteer. You’ll find a host of helpful guides and tools to help you here on our website or you can contact us with any queries too.

Why get involved?

Because volunteering is good for you! Volunteering has a proven positive impact on volunteers, those they volunteer with and society in general. Together, we can build stronger neighbourhoods, stronger communities, a stronger Ireland!

Find Out More

Email nationalday@volunteer.ie or visit www.volunteer.ie for more information.

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