Volunteer at an Irish Cancer Society charity shop
The Irish Cancer Society has shops all over Ireland - and they depend heavily on volunteer support. Volunteering in our shops is a great way to support a worthy cause and widen your circle of friends.
The health and safety of our volunteers, staff, customers and service users, is our top priority.
Those who are in the Very High Risk category are asked not to engage in face-to-face volunteering with the Society at this time, until Government guidelines change. Current guidelines recommend that people in the Very High Risk category cocoon.
The Irish Cancer Society deeply values the contribution that volunteers make, and look forward to welcoming applications from those currently cocooning for face-to-face volunteering opportunities when guidance and risk circumstances change.
About our shops
The Irish Cancer Society has 21 shops all over Ireland. Every shop needs around 30 part-time helpers.
What's involved in volunteering in an Irish Cancer Society shop?
If you’re interested in helping out, and you have three hours or more to spare each week, we’d love to hear from you.
We’ll provide you with full training, so no prior experience is needed.
There are a couple of ways of getting in touch with us about volunteering in an Irish Cancer Society shop. Drop into or phone your local shop and have a chat with the manager or fill out our expression of interest form and we'll contact you.
For more information
1850 60 60 60