Welcome to Roscommon Volunteering Information Service

Roscommon Volunteering Information Service is a service for individuals who wish to volunteer some of their free time and for organisations/groups that need voluntary support. The overall aim of the website will be to increase the numbers volunteering in the County and promote volunteering as a rewarding and fulfilling activity.

The website also includes information on training available to volunteers and volunteer organisations, upcoming events and latest news, together with links to other relevant sites.

Roscommon Volunteering Information Service is an associate affiliate of VoIunteer Ireland.

Volunteer Ireland is the national volunteer development agency, and a support body for Volunteer Centres and Volunteering Information Services in Ireland.

OPPORTUNITY QUICK SEARCH

Use the form below for a quick search of current volunteering opportunities in your area. For a more detailed search, please use the "Search Volunteer Vacancies" option from the main menu.

LATEST NEWS

Closing Date Extended for Volunteer Awards Nominations

Closing Date Extended for Volunteer Awards Nominations »


Roscommon Volunteer Awards 2018 now accepting nominations

Roscommon Volunteer Awards are now accepting nominations. »


Launch of Roscommon Volunteer Awards 2018

The Roscommon Volunteer Awards 2018 are being launched on September 6th. »


Read more News »

Meet an Organisation

The Roscommon Social Car Scheme is an organised form of transport where volunteer drivers give their time and use their own vehicles to provide door to door transport for older people living in the community, and people with disabilities who do not have their own transport and find the accessing of public transport problematic. Read more ...

Meet a Volunteer

Meet Geraldine Warde - a Volunteer. Geraldine has been a Volunteer leader with Moore Foroige club in South Roscommon for the last 2 years, a role that she greatly enjoys! Read more ...


Roscommon LEADER Partnership Volunteer Ireland National Development Plan The European Agricultural Fund LEADER

This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas.