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Friday, 5th July 2024

Share your input on the future of Volunteering in County Louth

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Minister Joe O'Brien at the launch of the County Louth Volunteering Framework.

Louth Volunteer Centre is asking members of the community to help shape the future of volunteering in County Louth, and they need your invaluable input. Whether you’re a volunteer, a volunteer manager or you don’t volunteer at all, they would love to have you engaged in the process.

On Thursday 18th July, sessions are being arranged in Drogheda, Dundalk and Ardee where attendees will meet with other volunteers, local organisations, and researchers.

Your feedback is crucial as they gather insights on volunteering, share stories on how volunteering has impacted you, and discuss what can be done to encourage more people to volunteer.

Please find information and booking at www.volunteerlouth.ie  or email info@volunteerlouth.ie.

This research report is being developed as part of the County Louth Volunteering Framework, will be a key part of shaping and influencing policy making in Louth into the future. Your perspectives will directly influence our research and future initiatives.

Published in 2021, The County Louth Volunteering Framework, was informed by an in depth consultation process involving over 350 people across Louth.  It is the first of its kind at County level in Ireland.

It recognises and values the contribution of volunteers; seeks to expand the demographics of volunteering; supports those who support volunteers and aims to help make it easier for people in Louth to access voluntary activity.  Work commenced on the delivery of the 68 recommendations contained in the framework in 2022 and will continue until 2024. You can view more details and view the document on www.volunteerlouth.ie

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