Interested in Volunteering?
Could you give a few hours a week to become a “Befriender”?
Could you help someone who is feeling isolated?
How Can You Help?
By giving 2-4 hours per week to spend time with someone doing things like:
- Go to the cinema
- Shop in town or a shopping centre
- Take a walk in the park
- Meet for the coffee and chat
If you are interested and would like to:
… then we would be delighted to hear from you.
- Volunteer Befriending can play a valuable part in helping someone
who has experienced mental health difficulties to live life to
- Volunteers will be asked to undergo preparatory training and
commit to six months – 2 to 4 hours per week to the service.
- Initially the service will be on a one to one basis. Clients
and volunteers will be matched on the basis of their shared interests
- Volunteers can help in our one to one service or our social club.
- Volunteers are given preparatory training which includes mental
health awareness, confidentiality and listening skills. Ongoing
training, support and supervision is seen as an essential part of
the service and is provided by the Coordinator.
Recent Blog Posts
- Befrienders Dublin 2017 Photography Project – ‘Every Picture Tells a story’.
- Befrienders Dublin 2016 Photography Project – ‘Capturing The Moment’ – By The Photographers
- Befrienders Dublin 2016 Photography Exhibition – ‘Capturing The Moment’ – Pics & Video
- Befrienders Dublin visit Japanese Gardens & National Stud, 20 Aug 2016
- Befrienders Dublin hit Powerscourt Gardens & Waterfall – 13 Aug, 2016