Volunteering

** Please note, our volunteering opportunities may be postponed or cancelled in order to protect our volunteers health and safety during the Coronavirus outbreak. Volunteers will be contacted directly with any changes and updates will be posted on this page**

As the national coalition for mental health, we want to make sure that we reach as many people as possible who are passionate about improving mental health services and supports.

We have been so fortunate to have a group of dedicated and passionate volunteers who give their time to make a difference.

Our volunteering opportunities vary from helping out in the office to packing bags in shops to helping out at events.

Current Opportunities: 

  • 22nd of March: Bag Pack Volunteer: Cabinteely, Co. Dublin (postponed)
  • 10th of April: Bag Pack Volunteer: Grafton Street, Dublin 2
  • 11th of April: Bag Pack Volunteer: Grafton Street, Dublin 2
  • 9th of May: Bag Pack Volunteer: Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • 23rd of May: Bag Pack Volunteer: Rathmines, Dublin 6

How to get involved?
If you are interested in volunteering 2-3 hours of your time to any of the events above or would like to learn more, you can contact Danea by emailing info@mentalhealthreform.ie or calling 01- 874 9468.

How will you be making a difference? 
Our campaign work to improve mental health services and supports for everyone in Ireland does not get any Government funding. We work on campaigns such as 24/7 crisis mental health services, increasing the Government’s investment in mental health, and protecting people’s legal rights when accessing mental health care.

Volunteers are such an important part of our work as they help us to  get closer to an Ireland where everyone can access the support they need to achieve their best possible mental health.

Creating positive change and improving mental health services and supports for everyone in Ireland is made possible by the generous support of people like you!

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