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Newsletter March 2022


Newsletter March 2022

Hi all,

I hope you’re well.

This is our first newsletter for 2022 to touch base with you and your organisation and promoting a few of our upcoming events.

Latest news from Fingal Volunteer Centre:

  • Ukrainian crisis: are you directly dealing with the Ukrainian crisis and the Ukrainians living/ arriving in Ireland? we are here to help (see below);
  • I-VOL: the National Volunteer Database for showcasing your volunteer roles and recruiting new volunteers (see below);
  • National Volunteer Management Conference: on the 26/27 April 2022 on Zoom, details below;
  • Volunteer Ireland training sessions: check them out on Volunteer Ireland website: http://bit.ly/2PgUJY7

Ukrainian crisis: need volunteers?
We are living an incredible situation and we’re all aware of how important our role in the local community can be in support of the Ukrainian crisis and the Ukrainians living/ arriving in our country.
This is a call out to all of you who are actively working with Ukrainians and need more support from volunteers.

We can help in your volunteer recruitment. 

Volunteers can act as translators/interpreters, help out with donations, office admin, social media, befriending and more.

We have thousands of people registered on our database and they’re eager to put their hands up and support your work.

If you think you might need more volunteers, please post a role here or contact Chiara at chiara@volunteerfingal.ie. She’ll be happy to help you in your recruitment.

I-VOL: National Volunteer Database

If you’re looking for more volunteers this is the site for you: I-VOL, the National Volunteer Database.

We encourage you to be creative and come up with different opportunities to involve volunteers like graphic designers, project managers, website developers, social media experts and more.

To Post a new volunteer opportunity please click here:

Post an opportunity

It’ll ask you to add your VCI Key: you’ve received it in our very first email when you registered but if you can’t find it, fear no more! Just reply to this email or email Chiara at chiara@volunteerfingal.ie and we’ll send it to you.

National Volunteer Management Conference

Every year Volunteer Ireland organises the National Volunteer Management Conference to expand the discourse on volunteering and volunteer management.  

This year, the conference will take place online on the mornings of Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th April 2022.

The conference will be your opportunity to get an update from the Department of Rural and Community Development on the National Volunteering Strategy as well as the Community Volunteers Programme. During our plenary sessions, we will be treated to keynotes from Martin J Cowling (Australia), Faiza Venzant (USA) and Mark Prendergast (Ireland) amongst others.

For more info and to book your tickets please check this link:

Volunteer Management Conference 2022


Before considering volunteering ask yourself – Am I well enough to volunteer?

Your safety and limiting the spread of the coronavirus being the main priority, Volunteer Centres continue to encourage you to adhere to HSE instructions on how best to avoid COVID-19, both in the work environment and at home.

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Our MISSION is to promote the value of volunteering and and increase the range and quality of volunteering in Ireland.                                          

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