Volunteer Centres Ireland

Volunteer Centres Ireland (VCI) is the national body with responsibility for promoting and developing volunteering in Ireland, both locally and nationally. VCI is a membership organisation, established by volunteer centres to co-operate and network on any issue relating to volunteer centres and volunteering in Ireland. VCI's work is funded and approved by the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs.

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