Volunteer

  • A female volunteer talking to a woman in an Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Day
  • A smiling volunteer driver standing by his car with the door open
  • A group of volunteers holding a petition

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.

Volunteers outside of an Irish Cancer Society charity shop

Our charity shops are in 21 communities all over Ireland. We are always looking for volunteers to help us out a few hours a week at their local shop.

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Daffodil Centre volunteers sitting together

Our Daffodil Centres are located in 13 hospitals across Ireland. Volunteers are needed to help out with providing information and support to people concerned about cancer.

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Volunteer driver standing by his car

Volunteer drivers driving cancer patients to their hospital appointments, helping to ease the strain of travel while they undergo chemotherapy.

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

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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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Cancer support services all over Ireland are looking for volunteers to help them. There are many roles including complementary therapists, counsellors and listening volunteers.

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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.

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Thank you to our volunteers

The Irish Cancer Society would like to thank its tireless volunteers for all their hard work and commitment to the fight against cancer.