Dublin Volunteer Centres addressing climate action
Dublin Volunteer Centres are deeply motivated and committed to responding to the Climate and Biodiversity Loss Emergencies. We commit to helping to facilitate others to take climate action and fight biodiversity loss and will work towards reducing our own impact on the planet.
We can help your group or project to involve volunteers
The Dublin Volunteer Centres are 4 local volunteer centres – based in one of the 4 local authority areas in Dublin.
Independent legal companies with standalone boards and charitable status, we support, promote and celebrate volunteering in our local areas.
We help people who want to volunteer find suitable roles; and help organisations in need of volunteers to find suitable people to fill those roles. Volunteer Centres actively support non-profit groups and projects on all things volunteering.
Contact us for advice, information and assistance on how you could involve volunteers to achieve your climate action goals.
More information and contact details for Dublin Volunteer Centres here: www.volunteerdublin.ie
Register your organisation via I-VOL: www.i-vol.ie/register-your-organisation
More information and contact details for Dublin Volunteer Centres here: www.volunteerdublin.ieRegister your organisation via I-VOL:
Community Volunteers support local climate action.
Community Volunteers are trained volunteers managed by local Volunteer Centres who help out at local events and in times of more urgent need. Our team have been mobilising to support specific environmental events and actions like community clean-ups and tree-planting activities.
Volunteer centre projects facilitate individual and collective climate actions
We’re piloting new ways that we can mobilise and support community members to take individual and collective action that addresses the climate change and biodiversity loss emergencies. Some of these include:
- Gardening for Biodiversity 2021
- Climate Action Challenge 2022
- Stepping Stone Forests 2023
- Promoting Citizen Science project