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Volunteers support us in providing essential services to those affected by cancer every day. By giving your time and expertise, you will be part of a nationwide movement working towards a future without cancer.
More about what we do
Our charity shops are in communities all over Ireland. Volunteer a few hours a week at your local shop and help make a difference in the fight against cancer.
We need people to tell their stories about cancer to help us raise awareness in newspapers, radio, social media, and other places. Learn about becoming a media volunteer.
Our Volunteer Drivers provide lifts for cancer patients to their hospital appointments, helping to ease the strain of travel while they undergo chemotherapy.
Through our Advocacy Action Network volunteers help us campaign for better policies for cancer patients and their families.
Through the Survivor Support Programme, volunteers who have had a cancer diagnosis in the past provide emotional and practical support to newly diagnosed patients.
Lend a hand with administrative and other tasks in our Dublin or Cork office.
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