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Make 2015 Your Year to Volunteer

Looking for a new adventure or a challenge in 2015???


How does volunteering make you feel?

How does volunteering make you feel? We asked some of our incredible nominees for the Volunteer Ireland Awards 2014. Read their inspiring stories at www.volunteer.ie


Volunteer Ireland Awards 2014

Can you guess how long our 30 shortlisted volunteers have collectively volunteered? Read their inspiring stories at volunteer.ie


Vote for Roscommon's Paraic until Friday this week (5th December 2014).

Meet the 10 inspiring nominees for the 2014 Charity Hero Award in association with the Volunteer Ireland Awards.


Have any old coats? This new charity wants them

Read here about The Jacket Off Your Back campaign. Would you like to become a collector in your own town??


Roscommon Volunteer Shortlisted for Volunteer Ireland Awards...Vote for him here

Paraic Noone, volunteer with Keadue Development Association shortlisted for national award.


Roscommon Volunteer Shortlisted for Volunteer Ireland Awards

Paraic Noone, volunteer with Keadue Development Association shortlisted for national award.


National Volunteer Management Conference 2014

"Enabling and Enhancing Volunteering Through Best Practice in Volunteer Management" and will take place on Tuesday 4th November 2014.


10 simple ways to thank volunteers!

1. Thank You Card

One of the best ways to say ‘thank you’ is by letting your volunteers know that you appreciate their contribution by sending a thank you card. On a special holiday, or on a volunteer’s birthday, a simple thank you card can mean…


Volunteer Ireland Awards - Nominate a Roscommon Volunteer

The Volunteer Ireland Awards 2014 is a major annual initiative to celebrate volunteering in Ireland.



Roscommon LEADER Partnership Volunteer Ireland National Development Plan The European Agricultural Fund LEADER

This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas.