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Ways to Volunteer

Volunteer with St. Joseph’s Foundation and make a difference

 

General Volunteering

General Volunteering involves  carrying out a variety of tasks in one of St. Joseph’s Foundation’s many units, including Day and Residential Houses. These Units include Ceramics, Craft, Garden Centre, Sport and Rec, Pre-school, Sewing and many more.  Located in Charleville and other locations in Co. Cork.

 


Supported Employment Volunteering

Supported Employment Volunteering involves accompanying a specific person to support them in a working environment, thereby enabling them to gain experience of work that they could not do without support.


Volunteering in Liskennett

Liskennet is our newly opened Equine Therapy farm based in Ballyagran. Volunteers would be asked to support service users on and around the farm. Volunteers who have a keen interest in horse riding are also required. Find out more about Volunteering in Liskennett


Buddy System Volunteering

Buddy System Volunteering involves befriending a specific person. This could include accompanying them on an outing (to the shops, a match, etc.), reading to them, playing cards or board games, or simply spending time with them. Find out more about our Best Buddies Programme


Specialised Volunteering

Specialised Volunteering involves using your skills (for which you have gained qualification or are currently studying) in a voluntary capacity. These placements are occasionally available. The departments involved include, Occupational and Speech and Language Therapists, Social Work, Psychology and Physiotherapists.


Fundraising Volunteering

Fundraising Volunteering involves taking part in fundraising activities for St. Joseph’s Foundation that take place regularly.



Find out about volunteering:

Barry Murphy
Volunteer Co-Ordinator
Mobile: 087 263 9712

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