Bag Packing Volunteers needed Dunnes Stores Cornelscourt!
The Oesophageal Cancer Fund
- Health and wellbeing
Now is your chance if you want to create deeper links between your volunteering organisation and ALIVE - sign up to be an ALIVE Leader. Leaders receive training, hoodies, funding and opportunities to attend conferences.
ALIVE Leaders have attended the following training workshops and events to develop their skills, effectively lead a group and progress their goals.
This year we have a group of amazing Leaders working with us: Apply for 2018-2019 ALIVE Internships now on: https://www.studentvolunteer.ie/nuigalway/news/alive-internships-2018-2019 or ask Tereza in ALIVE Office. Looking forward to meet you.
Bring your ideas ALIVE!
The fund enables students to act on their ideas, interests and passions with community organisations, campaigns and projects. Individuals and groups of students may apply. NUI Galway ALIVE volunteers have, in recent years:
To take a lead on your volunteering contact ALIVE for support in making your idea a reality.
Our committed, enthusiastic and ambitious staff and students fundraise extensively across the campus. Please contact the CKI if you hope to plan a fundraiser at NUI Galway.
Within the NUI Galway Fundraising Policy is a helpful guide to successful event planning and links to national fundraising networks. Helpful support documents can be found on the Student Services Policy website. Fundraising events are reviewed via the Application Form, that you can fil in here!
Social Enterprise Network in Ireland
Social Entrepreneurship Ireland
Social Marketing & Social Innovation are key concepts for social entrepreneurs. NUI Galway has particular expertise in this area.
Dr. Christine Domegan, Marketing Discipline and Leader of the Social Innovation and Policy cluster, Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway chats with Angela Sice about Social Innovation and how it is used to address ‘Wicked Problems' in society.
Listen to the definitions of Social Marketing and Social Innovation and examples of movements to improve lives:
Short Podcast Interview with Dr Christine Domegan, NUI Galway
StudentVolunteer.ie enables students to have the opportunity to: enrich your personal development and employability skills, have a fun experience, meet new people, and give back to your community. Sign up now.Register Now