Volunteering Opportunities

The Sligo Volunteer Centre is a one-stop shop if you’d like to give something back to the community. It’s a great way to get to know people and get involved. Here are just some of the many roles on offer:


Over the summer, Dolly’s Cottage would hope to open 7 days per wk if they get enough volunteers. Volunteers are needed to open the cottage, meet & greet visitors, offer a warm welcome to visitors amongst other tasks. Ideal if you’re in the Strandhill area.



Irish Haemochromatosis Association works to raise awareness of and to educate people about the genetic iron overload disorder Haemochromatosis which is prevalent in Ireland.The disorder is easily treated but fatal if undiagnosed. One in 80 Irish people are estimated to carry both genes.The organisation runs a National Awareness Day and regular regionwide information meetings.
This group is looking for Helpline & Administration Volunteers, Social Media Gurus and Awareness Day Coordinators. More info on our website


Sligo has so many beautiful beaches, you can help keep them clean, involve the whole family! Volunteers are needed to take part in a beach clean up a & environmental awareness raising in your local coastal area in Sligo from June 1st – June 10thhttps://bit.ly/2GPs1V6

If you have an hour to spare throughout the year and would you like to adopt your local beach and set up your own Clean Coasts Group, or get involved with an existing Clean Coast group, then you might like to take part in An Taisce’s Clean Coasts volunteer programme. https://bit.ly/1NB1ivG

TIDY TOWNS: Tidy Towns Groups throughout the town and county are carrying on their work to help ensure Sligo looks its best for 2018. Please join your local volunteer group and keep Sligo looking fantastic!


The RNLI Sligo Branch is looking for volunteers to carry out shop sales & man RNLI Souvenir Shop at Rosses Point on Thursdays, Fridays and Bank Holidays from 10.30am-3.30pm from late April to December. Minimum of 1 shift every 2 weeks for 2.5 hrs https://bit.ly/2qDVGL8

The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Would you like to be part of a happy band of volunteers getting involved in inspiring visiting groups of children, young people and adults when they visit the Sligo Bay Lifeboat Station by giving tours and delivering key messages about the work of the RNLI and staying safe near water? https://bit.ly/2EFOAd0

National Volunteering Week is 14th May-20th May 2018. The theme is ‘volunteering builds better communities’. Do you have a story to tell us around this theme? We would love to hear it. Email info@volunteersligo.ie. Keep an eye on our website and social media pages to see what’s happening that week.

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