Louth Volunteering Strategy


Louth Volunteer Centre have secured funding through the LEADER programme to commission the first County Volunteering Strategy in Ireland. Volunteering is changing and needs to be nurtured and supported to continue to have the immense impact on our communities that is currently the case. County Louth Volunteering Strategy will shape local policy and resourcing relating to volunteering into the future. Following an open tender process Blu Zebra were appointed to develop the Strategy document which will be completed in 2019. We would like you to contribute to this process.

Have your say on the shape of volunteering in County Louth:

Participate in our online survey:

Blu Zebra have designed a comprehensive survey to measure the conditions relating to volunteering in County Louth today. Click on the relevant link below to ensure that your experience and opinions are included:

For Volunteers

For Organisations who involve Volunteers in their work (including voluntary boards)


Participate in our focus groups:

We are holding a series of focus groups, facilitated by the Blu Zebra team. Dates and locations below, click on this link to book your place and stay up to date with information on these focus groups





14-00 – 15.30



19.00 – 20.30

Mid Louth (Ardee/Dunleer)


11.00 – 13.00

DkIT Volunteer Fair (organisations & volunteers already in attendance will be invited to participate)


14.00 – 15.30


Participate in our Round Table Workshop:

The round table workshop will present the initial findings from survey and desktop research and is an opportunity for you to give feedback on these findings and influence the development of the strategy itself including aims and objectives and specific actions.





10.00 – 12.00

Venue TBC dependent on participant location


Click here to book your place in this workshop.