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This year's National Volunteering Week took place between 16th and 22nd May 2016. This year our theme was 'thinking differently about volunteering'.

We want to support organisations to attract the right volunteers for them and think about new and unique ways they can involve volunteers. We have a host of resources available to help organisations do just that!

If you're looking to volunteer there are over 3,000 volunteering opportunities currently available on I-VOL, the national database of volunteering, so what are you waiting for? - click, connect and volunteer! Don't forget to check out the Volunteer Marketplace over on LinkedIn for skilled volunteering roles.

NVW for Individuals

Whether you’re a first time volunteer or a volunteering veteran, everyone can take part in National Volunteering Week and make a...

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NVW for Volunteer Involving Organisations

Does your organisation involve volunteers? It’s easy to get involved in National Volunteering Week.  Engage Volunteers with Your...

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NVW for Companies

Become a company that cares – volunteer! Help make a real difference by volunteering with a charity or community group in your...

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NVW Resources

In this section you will find our expert resources. For Organisations Sample Skilled Volunteering Roles This year we are...

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Catching up with Volunteer of the Year 2015 Matt Cullen

Matt Cullen, Volunteer with Swords Tidy Towns has volunteered for over 40 years. Last year, he was named Volunteer of the Year 2015. He...

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Posted Sep 27 by Amy Woods

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Volunteering at Rio 2016

Mary O'Leary was one of a handful of Irish volunteers at last month's Rio Olympics. Having volunteered as a Games Maker at London 2012 she...

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Posted Sep 09 by Amy Woods
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