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Causeway Volunteer Centre


Causeway Volunteer Centre is your No. 1 centre for volunteering in Coleraine, Ballymoney and Moyle

*** Upcoming Designated Officer Training 28th September 2017 10am - 4pm. Venue TBC To book please call 028 703 58285 or email ***

Causeway Volunteer Centre provides a high quality service to volunteers & community and voluntary organisations to enable best value and support for volunteering!

Hot Opportunities for August

Support services

  •     Volunteer recruitment
  •     Volunteer support
  •     Research into volunteering opportunities
  •     Child Protection & Vulnerable Adult Protection Training
  •     ACCESS NI checks and Training
  •     Volunteer Policies and procedures
  •     Volunteer Recognition Awards
  •     Employer Supported Volunteering
  •     Public sector volunteering
  •     Private sector volunteering
  •     Regular newsletters
  •     Small Grants
Tel: 028 7035 8285 Email:

Need volunteers for your group?

Register with us to become a host organisation. As a host organisation you will be able to access our services and facilities, and if you need volunteers we will help you find and retain them.

Are you a businesses looking to contribute to your community?

Giving back to your community as a business is becoming increasingly important. The Causeway Volunteer Centre runs a programme called Employer Supported Volunteering Scheme through which companies support and encourage their employees in voluntary activities within the local community. We can organise simple one-off or regular events for a small or large number of your employees.

Is any of the above of interest to you or your company or organisation? Get in touch with us.

Association of Independent Volunteer Centres

In 2010, volunteering in Northern Ireland changed when the Volunteer Development Agency merged with 15 regional volunteer centres to become ‘Volunteer Now’, a centralised unit for recruiting and managing volunteers.

Six local volunteer centres took the brave step to opt out of this merge, unimpressed by the lack of appreciation for the people centred and focussed approach.

Five of these centres have since established the Association of Independent Volunteer Centres (AIVC). Causeway Volunteer Centre, Cookstown & Magherafelt Volunteer Centre, Craigavon & Banbridge Volunteer Centre, Limavady Volunteer Centre and Omagh Volunteer Centre.

The AIVC is designed to protect the interests of a ‘people centred’ approach to volunteering. It is a well structured, strategically placed and passionate groups of volunteer centres that want to keep their independence and ensure that local organisations help provide local solutions to local needs.