Welcome to Volunteer Galway’s volunteer role listing!
Every week Volunteer Galway will provide you with a selection of some of the many roles available through Volunteer Galway. If you have some time on your hands and are looking to use and improve your current skills while meeting new people why not get in touch with Volunteer Galway.
Volunteer Galway have up to 150 roles on their website at any one time. If you are interested in finding out more about what is available in your area you simply need to call or click to get in touch. Call Volunteer Galway on 091-581 727 or check out www.volunteergalway.ie or www.facebook/volunteergalway
Here are three current roles available through Volunteer Galway that you can get involved in:
Fairies and Elves Day Volunteers with Brigit’s Garden
Calling all lovers of Elves and Fairies! Brigit’s Garden will be holding their wonderful annual event Elves and Fairies Day on Sunday 9 August. Volunteers are required to help with the preparation and running of the day by getting into the spirit and interacting with children and families in a positive welcoming manner. Activities include face painting, helping with games, reception and cafi© support. If travelling by bus, volunteers will be collected and dropped back to the bus stop.
Preschool Assistant with Nurture by Nature
Nurture by Nature promotes an integrated holistic approach to outdoor play and learning for children aged 3-5 years old, where children are immersed in the natural beauty of Kilcornan Estate and Woodlands in Clarinbridge. A volunteer is required to assist in the daily running of activities. The volunteer will accompany the leader and children on walks and help to document the learning stories of the children. This role offers a unique experience observing the natural development of children in a beautiful outdoor environment.
Project Officer- Sci©al an Rothair (The Story of the Bicycle)
Sci©al an Rothair is a community organisation that aims to develop a mobile history and educational exhibition on the history of the bicycle and cycling in Ireland. A volunteer Project Officer with an interest in cycling and Irish history is required to work with the committee/chairman for up to six hours a week. The initial focus for the volunteer will be on research, cataloguing and compiling historical information on cycling.