Volunteering roles


Volunteering with us is a very special and rewarding experience, you are making a real difference to a child and their families lives.

We need volunteers in every county in Ireland to assist us in making wishes come true. CLICK HERE to become a Volunteer today!  How can YOU help? Here are the areas we need volunteers:

WISH GRANTING VOLUNTEERS25/08/2014 Oran Martin with S/LT Aisling O'Flynn Onboard LÉ Aoife Saluting LÉ Aisling as she passes down the port side

Wish granting volunteers visit our wish families to ascertain the child’s one true wish.  

The wish could be:

–        To go……… To Disney

–        To have……..A Pony

–        To meet…… Beyonce

–        To be………A Naval Officer 

Read Oran’s Naval officer wish story here!  Read all our previous wish stories here and see the magic unfold!

Time commitment:  Approximately 3-4 hours. Required to do two visits per family.

Frequency:  Depending on location, approximately 3-4 wishes per year. 

Location: Every county in Ireland. 

 

FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEERS 

Our fundrais036ing volunteers donate their time and skills to support us in organising events in their local communities and get involved with the team in initiatives all over the country.

We rely on fundraising volunteers to continue to grant a wish to EVERY eligible child in Ireland. Do you have a fundraising idea? Are you doing a marathon? Coffee morning or fashion show?

So now you know what’s involved, CLICK HERE to become a Volunteer today! 

Make-A-Wish® Ireland reserves the right to refuse an application to fundraise or volunteer for the charity. 

 

SCHOOL VISIT REPRESENTATIVE

Chq Presentation

Schools play a very important part in helping Make-A-Wish grant wishes.  School visits not only spread the magic of Make-A-Wish, but also educate students on how they can help support us. Children who are living with a life-threatening medical condition spend most of their time in hospitals undergoing painful treatments instead of attending school. 

Young people really identify with what it must be like for another child to be sick and restricted in what they can do.  The School Visit Representative volunteer role involves visiting Primary and Secondary schools around Ireland and informing students on the work that Make-A-Wish do and how they can help. In some cases, we offer a cheque presentation to schools that have raised money, to thank students personally for their hard work.

Time Commitment: Throughout the school year

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