Volunteer

  • Volunteer on Daffodil Day
  • Become a volunteer driver
  • Volunteer at our charity shops

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.

We are looking for volunteers to give a few hours of their time on Daffodil Day (Friday 22 March 2019) to sell our daffodils, pins and other merchandise on a street near you. Once registered, you will receive emails with information about volunteering as well as a call from your local organiser to get you sorted before the day.

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Cancer survivor Noelle Clancy

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.

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Volunteer driver standing by his car

Our Volunteer Drivers provide lifts for cancer patients to their hospital appointments, helping to ease the strain of travel while they undergo chemotherapy.

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Irish Cancer Society charity shops

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.

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Through our Advocacy Action Network volunteers help us campaign for better policies for cancer patients and their families.

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Counselling Services

Through the Survivor Support Programme, volunteers who have had a cancer diagnosis in the past provide emotional and practical support to newly diagnosed patients.

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Lend a hand with administrative and other tasks in our Dublin or Cork office.

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