Helpful Info for Organisations

You will find factsheets below that will help your organisation with the recruitment, support and supervision of volunteers.

ADVICE ON THE RECRUITMENT OF VOLUNTEERS FOR COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY GROUPS.pdf

Factsheet on Garda_Vetting

YouYourCommunityandCORVID1020MarchOnWEbsite.pdf

Factsheet on Designing a Successful Volunteer Recruitment Advertisement

Factsheet on Guide to Interviewing Volunteers

Factsheet on Reference Checks

Factsheet on Preparing for a Volunteers First Day

Factsheet on Induction Checklist

Factsheet on Volunteer Agreement

Factsheet on Motivating and Thanking Volunteers

Factsheet on Volunteer Expenses

Factsheet on Voluntary_work_and_social_welfare_payment1

OPPORTUNITY QUICK SEARCH

Use the form below for a quick search of current volunteering opportunities in your area. For a more detailed search, please use the "Search Volunteer Vacancies" option from the main menu.

LATEST NEWS

Coronavirus/ CoVid-19 Volunteer Opportunities

Please register your organisation if you are seeking volunteers in response to the current Covid-19 emergency. If you are interested in volunteering please search through the opportunities available online using the search function or phone Mena on 086 0499394 or by email to mena@ridc.ie or linda@ridc.ie This service is supported by Roscommon LEADER Partnership, providing support that matters to groups and organisations since 1991. »


Sensible volunteering in response to Covid 19

Roscommon VIS and Roscommon LEADER Partnership would like to thank all the people who are volunteering as a response to the Coronavirus/ Covid-19. Be safe and adhere to HSE guidelines at all times. Here is a link to a guide on support for volunteers giving back to their community during the current uncertain times. »


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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.