Five organisations have five minutes each to recruit you.
Interested in volunteering but unsure of what options are out there? This event gives you the chance to hear from some local groups who are recruiting for volunteers right now. Our team is also on hand to answer any questions you may have about volunteering.
This is a great opportunity to hear from a wide range of organisations that are actively recruiting volunteers. You can have your questions answered and find out how you can get involved. Registration is required for this event.
Dublin Clean Canals
This group wants to see Dublin’s canals maintained to the highest possible standard, offering the maximum value to everyone who uses them. They’re a key fixture of our city, and you can help keep them at their best. Come along to hear about activities in your area as well as the day of action in April.
This project, run by Dublin City Volunteer Centre with partners in Scotland, Belgium and Croatia, sets out to take a closer look at what impact volunteering can have on people and their feeling of connectedness with their local communities, their attitudes and their general well-being. Franzi Fehr will tell you how you can get involved!
Inner City Helping Homeless
ICHH currently feed up to 100 rough sleepers in the Dublin area at night. They strive to provide Dublin’s rough sleepers with a frontline service of hot drinks, food, sleeping bags, clothing, advice and support. They are on the look out for new outreach volunteers.
Muck and Magic Community Garden
Muck and Magic has been open since 2011 in Ballymun. They are looking for volunteers to engage in a wide variety of community garden based activities such as planting, weeding, harvesting, composting and general garden maintenance. It’s an opportunity for volunteers to learn gardening skills and work along side other volunteers in a socially inclusive way.
Ozanam House is a community project operated by the society of Saint Vincent de Paul, working directly with people in need through an action-oriented programme, attemping to effect positive change through social justice. The work involves person-to-person contact in a number of roles related to childcare, youth, adult education and community programmes.
The presentations start at 6:30 sharp. Please try to arrive on time as, due to the layout the venue, we cannot admit people while there is a speaker presenting. There is plenty of time to speak with one on one with organisations after the presentations. We invite you to relax and have some refreshments with us. Our staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions about volunteering.
Please call 01 473 7482 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer not to use Eventbrite.
The Carmelite Community Centre is located on 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2: