|TCD Civic Engagement Officer (www.tcd.ie/Community) is the College’s central information resource on community and voluntary activity and includes volunteer stories and a list of current opportunities.|
|Trinity Volunteer Opportunities Forum (www.tvof.tcdlife.ie) is a student initiative which works to promote the spirit of volunteerism across campus and to support current community volunteering activities within Trinity.|
|Volunteer Centres Ireland (www.volunteer.ie) is the national volunteer centre which collects information on volunteering and also matches individuals with opportunities which match their interests and availability. The website includes and extensive database.|
|Volunteering Ireland (www.volunteeringireland.com) is the national volunteer development agency and acts as a representative voice for volunteering in Ireland. The website includes a database of both residential and non-residential voluntary opportunities.|
|Volunteering Options (www.volunteeringoptions.org) is a resource run by Comhlámh to help you make decisions about volunteering in developing countries and to find a supportive sending organisation.|
|Activelink (www.activelink.ie) works with non-profit organisations. Links to directory of Irish non-profit organisations, job opportunities and volunteering. This website also includes a listing of voluntary opportunities.|
The Wheel (www.wheel.ie) is a support and representative body connecting community and voluntary organisations and charities across Ireland.
|Comhlamh (www.comhlamh.org/volunteeringoptions/) Information and advice for making a decision about volunteering overseas for global development. Search the Volunteering Options database for volunteering opportunities.|
|Idealist.org (www.idealist.org) has an online resource centre designed to help you make informed decisions about volunteering in another country.|
|European Volunteer Centre - Centre européen du volontariat, CEV (www.cev.be) is a European network of over 80 mainly national and regional volunteer centres and volunteer development agencies across Europe, that together work to support and promote voluntary activity.|
|Youth Networks (www.youthnetworks.eu) helps volunteers and organisations connect with each other in order to apply for a funded European Voluntary Service placement of up to 12 months.|
|International Association for Voluntary Effort (www.iave.org) is a global network of volunteers, volunteer organisations, national representatives and volunteer centres, with members in over 70 countries, and in all world regions.|
|United Nations Volunteers (www.unv.org) mobilises close to 8,000 volunteers to work in Development Assistance projects and in Humanitarian and Peacekeeping Operations and has an online service through which individuals can engage in virtual voluntary activity.|
Community Service Volunteers (www.csv.org.uk) is a UK charity with a range of volunteering opportunities in areas such as the media and the environment.
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|Volunteering England (www.volunteering.org.uk/resources/information) The Information Service at Volunteering England provides a key resource to help people who are working with, or managing, volunteers. It includes a "Good Practice Bank" which aims to be a one stop shop to find and share information about volunteer management.|