Volunteer Listings

Do you need help with anything?  Maybe you need groceries picked up and delivered, or perhaps your dog needs walked.  Our community is amazing and so many people have volunteered to help out we’ve been overwhelmed. 

A guide to Volunteering

The Department of Rural and Community Development have provided this guide to Volunteering in response to Covid 19. 

It covers information:

  • For people who want to volunteer
  • For organisations who wish to recruit volunteers
  • Details of a new helpdesk to assist Community and Voluntary Groups

Full information can be found at www.drcd.gov.ie

Other information guides are provided including

Volunteering Opportunities

Donegal Volunteer Centre

Register with Donegal Volunteer Centre who will connect you with organisations who need your help, according to their needs and your skills.  Organisations can also register their needs and get help with finding volunteers.

On call for Ireland  

The HSE has put out a call for anyone who can help to support them by volunteering their time during the Covid 19 Pandemic. In particular, they are looking for anyone who has a healthcare qualification. But they are asking for anyone and everyone to sign up and register their skills.  

‘ We are asking all healthcare professionals from all disciplines who are not already working in the public health service to register to be on call for Ireland.  We will be creating extra hospital and care beds and will need extra hands to provide the care that’s needed. We need your help to meet the challenge that’s ahead.

Maybe you aren’t a healthcare professional, maybe you’re studying to be one, or maybe you have other skills to offer or just want to volunteer to do your bit if needed.  Hopefully, we won’t need to call, and if we do, we may not need every one of you. But knowing you are there if we do will make all the difference. 

Register here:

Offers of support

An Garda Siochana

Anyone isolating who needs help with collecting shopping/ prescriptions can call the community policing unit Letterkenny on 074 91 67100.  They will help or get help for you.

Sean Mac Cumhaills

MacCumhaills are operating a volunteer rota to assist with the needs of vulnerable and elderly people. For example, they can pick up your shopping and deliver it to your home.  If you need help with this, or have any other request, please contact Noel Doherty on 086028868.

Here to Help Finn Valley

Here to Help Finn Valley is a volunteer co-ordinator group. Just phone any of the people listed for your area, and then will put you in touch with someone who can directly help you out.

AreaVolunteerOrganisationContact Number
Twin TownsAlan McMenaminVolunteer087 2629024
Corina Catterson FlynnFinn Valley FRC086 0218645
Chris DohertyMacCumhaills GAA086 0823762
Daireen McMenaminMacCumhaills GAA086 8267211
Donna GillespieVolunteer087 1491746
Shane DeeryVolunteer087 7702878
Fiona McGinleyUlster Tyres086 6002234
Joanne DohertyVolunteer085 7565808
Leah FairmanThe Base/BASICC087 6075555
GlenfinBridgeen GallenCloghan Day Centre087 1894384
Seamus WardGlenfin GAA087 2052481
Killygordon / CrossClaire CampbellSetanta GAA085 8408968
Danny CullenSetanta GAA087 7682454
Terri KellyRed Hughes GAA085 7448058
Alice DohertyRed Hughes GAA085 1664253
Eve McGlynnVolunteer087 2246989
BallindraitSharon McLaughlinVolunteer086 3146031
Allison GallagherVolunteer083 8475946
ConvoyLaurence McMullanSt Mary's GAA087 6134988
Aoife McGinleySt Mary's GAA086 0518606
DrumkeenWillie BoyleDrumkeen Utd085 1741749
John CannonDrumkeen Utd087 3838600
LiffordJohn Mc DermottNaomh Padrig Leifear087 21068632
Michael FerryNaomh Padraig Leifear086 3086814
FINN VALLEYBrenda HealyGarda
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Please note that neither BASICC nor B&S Chamber of Commerce are linked to the running or management the volunteer programmes. The purpose of this page is to provide information about services being offered publically in our community.   If you are using any volunteer service, please ensure that the co-ordinator provides you with information on how to identify the volunteer who may be helping you out.  Be wary of unidentified callers either to your house or by phone who may claim to be a volunteer, but not be able to provide verification.  If in doubt, call the local Garda station.

BASICC / Ballybofey and Stranorlar Chamber of Commerce
Railway Rd
Co Donegal
074 91 90909