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Volunteer Ireland Awards 2017

Nominations Open for Tenth Volunteer Ireland Awards


Roscommon Volunteer Awards 2017

Roscommon Volunteer Information Service are seeking nominations for the Roscommon Volunteer Awards 2017


Garda Vetting Information Briefing & Charities Regulatory Training

This session will provide practical information on Garda Vetting and Compliance with the Charities Regulatory Authority. The training will take place from 2-5pm on 25th May in Roscommon LEADER Partnership Offices, Roscommon. The training is free but places are limited. To reserve a place, please contact Bridie on 094 9862565 or email bridie@ridc.ie or Linda on 090 6630252 or email linda@ridc.ie


National Volunteering Week at Roscommon Volunteering Information Service

Ever thought about volunteering but never taken the next step?


Garda Vetting

Information for Groups and Organisations on Garda Vetting is available under our Helpful Information for Organisations Section


Roscommon Shoebox Appeal

Roscommon Shoebox Appeal are a local branch of Team Hope, Ireland who work to provide Christmas Shoeboxes filled with gifts for children in need across countries in parts of Eastern Europe and Africa.


Roscommon Volunteer Awards

Seeking nominations for Roscommon Volunteer Awards


Special Olympics Ireland’s Annual Collection Day - Friday 22nd April

Volunteers Needed in Roscommon


WANTED – COMMUNITY HEART HEROES

Can you donate an hour of your time to help fight heart disease and build a future of Happy Hearts? Happy Hearts Weekend 2016 takes place on 5th and 6th of May and we need your help.


Voluntary Work and Social Welfare

Voluntary work is a good way to keep active, learn new skills and get involved in your local community. You may do some unpaid work as a volunteer and keep your social welfare payment. However, you must continue to meet all the conditions attached to your payment.



Roscommon LEADER Partnership 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.