With 123 surveys completed, a very strong Volunteering For All Charter, 70% of students engaged in their local communities, 27% of students giving up their time to mentor others, Startford College in Dublin 6 has received the Volunteering For All Award. The Volunteering For All Survey also uncovered that 53% of students have at least…
Manor House School
Manor House School in Dublin 5 has received the Volunteering For All Award. 531 surveys were completed and some very interesting information was uncovered. 27% of students have said they have helped a neighbour in need and 24% have volunteered in a school programme. Further, 20% of students speak a language other than English at…
Our Lady’s School, Terenure
Our Lady’s School in Terenure Dublin 6W completed 461 survey’s and had a very strong Volunteering For All Charter as they received the Volunteering For All Award. 74% of students are actively involved in their community and see volunteering as part of their future. Through the survey, the students learned that 20% of their peers…
St. Tiernan’s Community School
St. Tiernan’s Community School in Dublin 16 have successfully completed the required challenges to receive the Volunteering For All Award. The school was a great example of young people volunteering in their community. Many of the students indicated they have volunteered within the school for various fundraisers, their local youth clubs and mentoring programmes.
The Relationship Keepers of Stepaside ETSS have received the Volunteering For All Award on behalf o their school. The group ensures that everyone in the school feels connected and valued at the school, so it was a natural fit for them to participate in the VFA Award challenge. Congratulations to all involved!
Coláiste Mhuire, Dublin 7
Comhghairdeas le Coláiste Mhuire as an Gradam Deonach do Chách a fháil. Ba iad na daltaí an chéad scoil sa tír a chuir an dá dhúshlán i nGaeilge i gcrích! Congratulations to Coláiste Mhuire for receiving the Voluntary Award for All. The students were the first school in the country to complete both challenges in…
St. Paul’s CBS, Dublin 1
St. Paul’s CBS, Dublin 1 has become the newest school in the Dublin City Centre to receive the Award. 17% of students indicated they want to help others through mentoring programmes, and 11% through the arts. The school community is very diverse as 39% of students have at least one parent/guardian born outside of Ireland….
St. Paul’s Greenhills
The Student Council of St. Paul’s Greenhills in Dublin 12 have received the Volunteering For All Award. Many students reported in the survey that they want to volunteer within sports, the arts, and get into teaching. The survey also indicates that 21% of students speak a language other than English at home. Congratulations on receiving…
St. Eunan’s College
The Student Council of St. Eunan’s College in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal have become the first school in the county to participate in the programme, thus making them the first school in the county to receive the Award! Many of the students want to volunteer with their local sports teams and recognise that they can do…
Cross and Passion College
Cross and Passion College in Kilcullen, Co. Kildare becomes one of many schools in the 2019-2020 academic year to receive the Volunteering For All Award. Nearly 500 surveys were completed with such incredible responses. When asked what volunteering means to them, one student wrote, “To take time out of your life to give to someone…
Castleknock Community College
The students of Castleknock Community College in Dublin 15 have received the Volunteering For All Award on behalf of their school. 619 surveys were completed to pass the survey challenge. We were amazed to learn that 79% of students are actively involved in their local community!
Presentation College Tuam
Congratulations to Presentation College Tuam in County Galway for receiving the Volunteering For All Award! Over 300 surveys were completed and we were delighted with how many young people are volunteering in their local community. In the future, many of the students want to help others in sport, through teaching, and through the arts.