The doors are closed ...but we're still working!

 

Our Drogheda and Dundalk offices are closed at present due to restrictions caused by the Corona Virus but we are still working behind closed doors and welcome your calls and emails:

041-9809008 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you want to be put on a list of volunteers who will be contacted about priority tasks go to www.i-vol.ie/sign-up/ and tick the box at the bottom saying are available for COVID-19 support. We can all pull through this together! 

Voluntine's 2020

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On Friday 14th our team surprised a number of Volunteers with Voluntine's treats to thank them for their contribution to their community.

Volunteers in organisations such as SOSAD; ALONE; Our Lady of Lourdes Meet and Greet team, MS Louth and Drogheda Pride were all nominated to receive a surprise, and they were surprised!! 

A Voluntine's thank you to ALL the volunteers in Louth who give their time, energy and commitment to our community. 

Have Your Say - National Volunteering Strategy

Volunteer Ireland and the network of Volunteer Centres and Volunteering Information Services have been advocating for a national volunteering strategy for many years.

The Department of Rural and Community Development has published a draft of Ireland’s first-ever national volunteering strategy. The draft is currently out for consultation meaning that people can provide their feedback on the draft before it becomes final. The draft strategy can be read here. The deadline for submissions is 31st January.

 

Volunteering in Ireland faces many challenges, such as changing demands from volunteers, demographic changes and lack of resourcing.  A national strategy is a chance for people who live and breathe volunteering every day to have an impact on developing volunteering in Ireland. As a volunteer involving organisation working in County Louth, we would like to hear your feedback regarding the new National Volunteering Strategy in terms of the work you undertake in County Louth.

 

Click here to feedback to Louth Volunteer Centre's submission.

Click here to feedback directly to the Department of Rural and Community Development.

Alternatively, you may download and use this document for your own organisation's feedback.

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