Who can volunteer?
Anyone from the age of 18 who is willing to share their valuable time, energy, enthusiasm and skills within St. Joseph’s Foundation, provided they meet the criteria set out (i.e. Garda Clearance, application form, referees, an informal meeting with our Volunteer Co-ordinator and most importantly, a genuine interest in people who have a disability). No particular qualifications are needed, just a willingness to make a reliable commitment. Anyone aged between 16to 18 years old please search the Saturday Club, Work Experience or Best Buddie Programmes.
How much time will I need to give?
The amount of time is up to each volunteer. Volunteers are needed 24/7 within the service. We do, however, ask that you commit to at least an hour, twice a month for six months as a minimum.
Will I receive training?
Very simple - just set it in the list-header (the edit-button where you can change the title).
What support will I receive?
The Volunteer Co-ordinator and St. Joseph’s staff and will work closely with you. You will have regular opportunities to review your experience.
Why Volunteer with us?
People volunteer for many reasons these include:
But above all, the main reason people volunteer is so that they can make a difference in their communities and do something good for others.
The range of facilities at St. Joseph’s, available to the Sports Department include a Fitness Suite, Sports Hall, Putting Green, Astroturf Soccer Pitch, Swimming Pool, Bocce Court and Running Track.
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St. Josephs Foundation’s Complaints Policy, “Your Service, Your Say”, invites all service users to have their say about their experience of our services and about how the services have been delivered. This in turn will allow St. Josephs Foundation to continually improve and develop its services.
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