Upcoming event: Volunteer Power Station
In our experience many newly arrived volunteers are interested because it gives them a chance to improve their English skills and in some cases their Irish!
There is nothing more rewarding in volunteering than being able to learn about different cultures and many voluntary placements are specifically orientated around promoting inter-culturalism and multi-cultural learning.
Do not worry if you English is not perfect, you can still volunteer. However, you will need a least a basic level of English to start volunteering. iVOL, the national volunteering database has volunteering opportunities for people with various levels of English. Remember, once you start volunteering your English will improve. We have searched iVOL for you and picked out suggestions for newcomers to Dublin. Check them out below.
Volunteering in Ireland
We are unfortunately not in a position to facilitate international volunteer applications or placements as our remit is the Dublin City area. However, once you arrive in Dublin you can get in touch and we will be happy to help you find a suitable role.
If you are looking for an organisation that deals with international volunteer applications, you may find the following websites useful:
You can also look at the Residential Opportunities, with suggestions of organisations across Ireland you can contact.
Volunteering Opportunities for you
We have a lot of options for you to get started. If you are living in Dublin City, register with us and come to our Volunteering while Learning English information session.