Tel: 087 7963286 | 041 9809008
Gráinne joined Louth Volunteer Centre in April 2016. Gráinne's work history includes designing, delivering and managing a County wide programme for young people with disabilities which had volunteering at its core; supporting people affected by homelessness to develop their employability skills, including through volunteering; working for a number of years in adult education; and considerable management experience in the private sector.
Gráinne is passionate about embedding volunteerism in the fabric of communities and wants to see County Louth being held up as a model of best practice in relation to the volunteering activity taking place.
Karen joined the Louth Volunteer Centre in May 2008. Central to her work is the aim to provide a free, high quality volunteer placement service in a friendly and professional manner, where volunteering is the focus of her work. She aims to offer professional support and advice to organisations around their volunteering needs, so that they can achieve best practice principles in volunteer management. She also facilitates the National Volunteer Management Training Programme, to organisations working in County Louth.
Dundalk Office, County Hall. Tel: 086 043 1379 | 042 939 2934 (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday)
Kayleigh joined the Louth Volunteer Centre in January 2013. Her role includes supporting organisations and volunteers in the North Louth area, assisting in identifying and filling volunteering roles within organisations and helping volunteers to find suitable, fulfilling volunteering opportunities.
Kayleigh is available every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in Dundalk - by appointment or for a drop-in visit - to meet with any organisation or volunteer who feel they may need support or information. She is also available in Omeath on the last Tuesday of every month, from 10 am to 1 pm.
Kayleigh is also the centre's Garda Vetting Liaison Person. She provides access to Garda Vetting services for small organisations that cannot access a Garda Vetting Liaison Person through their own organisational structures.
The work we do wouldn't be possible without the help of our volunteers and interns:
Tracy is the team administrator, assisting the Louth Volunteer Centre manager and other team members in areas such as finance and general administration. Tracy also provides frontline placement support to volunteers in our Drogheda Office
Margaret joined the team in January 2019. She offers frontline support to volunteers in our Drogheda office, over the phone and in person.
Martin joined the team in September 2018. He works on IT projects for Louth Volunteer Centre as well as providing support to our placement service.
Stephen joined the Louth Volunteer Centre team in September 2019. He works with our placement team to support volunteers in the south of the county to find suitable volunteer roles.
Enda joined our placement team in the Dundalk office in March 2019. He provides placement support to volunteers in the north of the county. Enda is available in our Dundalk office every Thursday.
Karen Coyle Cunningham
Karen joined the Dundalk team in May 2019. She works in the Dundalk office every Monday, supporting our placement service.
Fanny re-joined the Dundalk team in September 2019. Fanny supports our Garda Vetting service as well as the placement team. She is available in our Dundalk office every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.00am-2.30pm.
Aisling recently joined our Dundalk team. She is in the Dundalk office every Wednesday from 10.00am-4.00pm. She provides follow up support to volunteers and admin support.
Gavin joined the team in 2015 as a graphic designer, working on projects such as leaflet design and designing graphics for our website.
Robin worked as a volunteer on the Social Media team during the 2018 Fleadh and decided it was something he would like to continue so he now helps to promote volunteering for LVC through social media and takes photographs for the centre.
Our Board of Directors
Joan has 20+ years of experience successfully leading large multi functional teams and small high impact groups in the private sector.
Michael John Walsh holds a BSc. in Psychology from DCU and a MPsychSc. in Psychological Science from UCD. Michael is passionate about the Irish not-for-profit sector, previously volunteering with SOSAD Ireland for 5 years.
Jonathan has held a number of roles in the Irish Higher Education sector, managing student welfare and student engagement functions across a number of Dublin Universities before joining the Ambulance service in 2018. Jonathan holds a BBS. (Hons) in Business Management from the National University of Ireland, an MSc in International Management from DIT and a PG Diploma in Education from the National College of Ireland. Jonathan has extensive experience in the volunteer sector with particular emphasis on community festivals and first responder schemes representing both on a national scale.
Julie is a CIMA qualified management accountant and has over 12 years’ experience in senior roles within the FMCG industry as well as 6 years previous experience in the Financial Services sector.
Always the smiler
At the Dome!
Can we help you
Fleadh Volunteers at the Hub
Meeting and greeting
Meeting the Taoiseach
On the street to meet and greet
Ready to go
The Fleadh Volunteer Party
Visiting Dowth Hall