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Volunteering

Would you be interested in getting involved in volunteering with the I.H.S?
Are you good at arts and crafts?
Are you a good photographer?
Do you have a hobby or skill that you could teach to others?

If so, we would love to hear from you!

Currently, the Irish Haemophilia Society has a group of volunteers that we rely on to help out at conferences and a pool of members who write articles for the newsletter and website – and we are always looking to add new people to our band of volunteers.

The Society has developed a volunteer programme with our members and volunteers in mind. We want our volunteers to feel prepared and comfortable for any event which they might like to help out at and also we want our members to feel safe and confident in the ability and knowledge of our volunteers.

We also encourage active participation from our volunteers to ask any questions or give any suggestions they might have. This is also a great chance for new volunteers to meet staff, existing volunteers and to forge new friendships which can be an added benefit of volunteering with the Irish Haemophilia Society.

We are looking for people of all ages, all backgrounds and all walks of life. So if you think you could contribute in any way, no matter how small, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please note there is no obligation for you to take part in anything. If you do not feel in a position to help out, perhaps you could pass on the information to a family member or friend who might be interested in volunteering with the I.H.S.

If you are interested, you can fill in the form below or alternatively, you can contact us on 01 657 9900 or info@haemophilia.ie for more information.

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