Whether you have some spare time during the day or you’re looking to complete a Gaisce Award, LYCC is the place to volunteer.

Why Volunteer?

  • Meet new people + make friends
  • Do something you really enjoy
  • Give something back to your community
  • Make a difference
  • Learn new skills
  • Be active in your community
  • Make use of your special interests + talents
  • Find out more about an area of work you are considering as a career
  • Have a chance to take some responsibility and make decisions
  • Gain valuable training and experience

What to expect when volunteering with us:

Volunteering with us at LYCC can mean a number of things.  Although we try to match each volunteer’s interests and strengths to our requirements, we often also need general help. This can include help with our youth clubs, summer camps, website and social media platforms, IT support, and caretaking duties to name but a few.

In turn LYCC will give volunteers training, support and supervision and volunteers will be valued as part of the organisation

Here’s some examples of what each volunteer role entails . . . . . . .

Evening/weekend work, assisting with operation of the Centre, room setups, security, lockups

Supporting the operation of weekly clubs, working with young people, assisting with our activities.  We also take on young people aged 16+ as youth room assistants

Morning work, assisting with the preparation and service of hot drinks and snacks to customers

Attending monthly meetings, give your views, help make decisions + implement plans for the Centre

Volunteering benefits everyone; the individuals who do it, the organisation that they work in and its users.  It also benefits the wider community and environment.

Register your interest in Volunteering

Please fill in this form to register your interest in volunteering with LYCC
We will then be in contact with you to outline the next steps of the application process


[NOTE] All volunteer positions are subject to Garda vetting, as well as satisfactory reference checks and an informal interview.