Each year, over one thousand youths explore life on a farm with Agriviva. They put hands on, learn a lot about plants and livestock farming and improve their language skills
Upskilling International Volunteers as Active Citizens on International Development Issues
You can do so many things during a gap year! Julie Kelleher from Crosscare Youth Information Service in Dun Laoghaire explains how to get started and what options there are.
WWOOFing gives you an opportunity to work, learn, travel, meet new people and do something meaningful in the same time.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the youth and community sector in Letterkenny. Just about every project or youth centre uses volunteers in some capacity. By Louise Lynch, Letterkenny Youth Information Centre.
Voluntary activities play an important role in any country. Ireland has a long standing tradition of volunteering, so you will find many opportunities to contribute in Ireland.
If you want to join the growing number of young people who volunteer in Europe and across the world, there are many places online where you can choose the best opportunity for you!