At Praxis Care the role of a volunteer is to play a key part in the organisation, supporting and enhancing the existing work of Praxis Care staff. Volunteering is an important part of the ongoing work of the organisation, making a unique and valued contribution.
It is a great way to increase or develop skills, give back to your community, meet new people, use your existing skills to help others or make a difference in your local area.
We aim to match the skills and abilities of all volunteers to the appropriate opportunities. Whilst, supporting each volunteer in their role and ensuring that their contribution is recognised and valued as an integral part of the work of Praxis Care.
How can you get involved?
If you would like to volunteer, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in across many different aspects of our work. Some of the opportunities may include:
Get involved in generating income for Praxis Care at a Street Collection or a Bag Packing event.
Activities for Service Users
Have you got a skill or talent that could make a difference to people in your area? Painting, knitting, gardening, singing, there’s so many ways to get involved.
Get involved with a ‘Friends of Praxis Care Group’
Support the work in your local area through fundraising or organising social activities or events.
Support your local scheme
Why not volunteer to do some gardening at your local scheme or become a volunteer driver?
Make a difference to a service user by supporting through befriending. For more information see the Volunteer Befriending Scheme.
Work Skills Projects
Volunteer alongside service users in one of our Coffee Shops or Garden projects.
Use your existing skills or develop some new ones by supporting the administration of the charity at Central Office.
Why Volunteer for Praxis Care?
By giving a few hours of your time you could make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable adults and children supported by Praxis Care.
Volunteering is important to Praxis Care, promoting a variety of opportunities for volunteer involvement in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, the Isle of Man and England.
If you're interested in offering your support through volunteering please get in touch:028 9023 4555 firstname.lastname@example.org
or complete the online form: