Volunteering Opportunities

Month: April 2020

Search for Volunteering Opportunities

New opportunities added daily

Food for Life Get Togethers: EMERGENCY COVID-19 SMALL GRANTS applications now open

22 April 2020

Food For Life Get Togethers has some emergency funding available to assist with community led responses centred around food and growing initiatives to spend within the next 3 months Application open:           Monday 20th April 2020 Closing date:                   Tuesday 28th April 2020 @ 5.30pm Successful grants paid:  Thursday 7th May 2020. Dowload COVID 19 Grant […]

Read More

Hargey Pays Tribute to Voluntary and Community Sector for Continued Efforts

20 April 2020

Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey today paid tribute to the vital and tireless work of voluntary and community organisations in response to COVID-19. The Minister said: “I know that many organisations have been working tirelessly, day and night, and in many cases, those on the ground are the community’s “first responders” – volunteers, community workers and […]

Read More

WheelWorks Arts Launches NI’s First Online Digital Arts Festival

9 April 2020

Youth arts charity WheelWorks Arts is launching Northern Ireland’s first digital arts festival hosted entirely online. Starting on Monday 13 April, the Make, Do, Create Festival will see a series of artist-led creative workshops take place every day for 6 weeks. Covering music; animation; photography; dance; visual arts and filmmaking, the Make, Do, Create Festival […]

Read More

Live Here Love Here Small Grants Scheme

8 April 2020

The Live Here Love Here Small Grants Scheme is an incredible opportunity for local communities to apply for a grant between £500 to £5000 to improve their local environment. The Small Grants Scheme is about encouraging practical, local action towards building more sustainable communities.  The scheme will support volunteers to: • Contribute to the development […]

Read More

FREE Online Course: See Something, Say Something

2 April 2020

Our FREE online safeguarding course – See Something, Say Something is a key course for volunteers taking part in our #HelpEachOther campaign and is also suitable for the general public who may have concerns about their family, friends or neighbours. Click here to find out more and to register.

Read More

By continuing to browse or by clicking “Accept All Cookies,” you agree to the storing of first and third-party cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyse site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts. Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions