Volunteering is a great way to give something back to your local community whilst meeting new people, developing new skills or sharing and passing on your skills and experience with us.
Disability Sport NI runs sports events for people with disabilities at locations throughout Northern Ireland and enthusiastic volunteers are always welcome to help out as perhaps time-keepers, referees or runners.
You may like to volunteer some of your time to help out with office and general administrative tasks at our office in Belfast. If you have a particular skill set and background in an area such as marketing, finance or human resources we would love to hear from you to see if there is a way you could share your experience with us.
As a charity, Disability Sport NI organises a number of fundraising events at various locations throughout Northern Ireland and we always need volunteers to help at activities such as bag packs, street collections or disability sport demonstration fundraisers. If you could spare a few hours from time-to-time, please sign up to go onto our ‘pool’ of fundraising volunteers.
You will receive regular email notifications of upcoming fundraisers and you can choose to help or not based on your availability. All we ask is that fundraising volunteers try to make a minimum commitment to help out at four fundraisers per year.
To apply to be a fundraising volunteer, please download, complete and return the regular volunteer registration form and volunteer monitoring form below:
to download Disability Sport NI Volunteer Role Description - Fundraising Volunteer. (currently being updated)
to download Disability Sport NI Regular Volunteer Registration Form 2014. (currently being updated)
to download Disability Sport NI Volunteer Monitoring Form 2014. (currently being updated)
Inclusive Futures Programme Volunteers
Young people aged 14-19, with and without disabilities are able to volunteer in order to support and deliver physical activities in schools and communities. Working together, these young people will aim to influence and increase the capacity of local providers to deliver fully inclusive physical activity and sport opportunities that benefit and engage all young people in their communities. For further information please visit the Inclusive Futures section on the website.