St Patrick’s Festival, Dublin 2020
St. Patrick's Festival
DCU Volunteering team, jointly with DCU Marketing Office and DCU Students' Union, interviewed some of our university's students who have been involved in volunteering. Have a look and listen to the brilliant accounts of their experiences and why making a difference and making connections through volunteering is a big part of university life.
The campaign was coordinated by Lara Roche, DCU Student Volunteering and Digital Communications.
Eimear Maguire (DCU SU VP for Engagement and Development 2016/2017) - "Even one hour a day makes a difference"
Nono Madolo (DCU Interfaith Centre, Barnardos, Dublin Central Mission) - "My favourite part of volunteering is exploring new cultures, and new countries, and mostly being able to help other people"
Cody Byrne (DCU SU VP for Welfare and Equality 2016/2017) - "Through volunteering you have an opportunity to rediscover your own backyard as well as the world"
Vito Moloney Burke (DCU Raising and Giving) - "We make a big impact on campus on a weekly basis, but that's nothing in comparison to the impact we make on the local community"
David Curtis (DCU Enactus) - "Whether you're into arts, looking to help local charities, empower local kids, or just change the world..."
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