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The South Dublin County Volunteer Centre CLG

County Hall, Block 3,, Belgard Square North, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Dublin, Ireland, D24 YNN5.
Other Names:
South Dublin County Volunteer Centre
Registered Charity Number: 20042455
Companies Registration Office Number: 319397
CHY (Revenue) Number: 13532
Governing Form: Company Limited by Guarantee
Establishment Country: Ireland
Education Body: No

Charitable Purpose:
Other purpose that is of benefit to the community Promotion of civic responsibility or voluntary work
Charitable Objects:
Within South Dublin County and its natural environs, to promote volunteering for the benefit of the inhabitants and the voluntary and community sector; to provide support, training and advice which enhances the effectiveness of organisations involving volunteers and those who wish to volunteer; and to promote and support activities for the benefit of the whole community in common aim with the voluntary and community sector and the statutory sector
Activities Description:
Recruited and placed volunteers in volunteering opportunities across south dublin county. Continued to provide support, advice and training to groups on all aspects of volunteer management.
Provided a garda vetting service to 100 community groups processing over 5000 vetting applications.
Delivered IT support services to community groups.
Managed the South Dublin Volunteer Corps - a volunteer events program in south dublin.
Activities:
Volunteer development
Beneficiaries:
Community services, Voluntary and community sector, Volunteers
Reporting:
Companies may file their accounts with the Companies Registration Office instead of the Charities Regulator

Annual Report 2016

Reporting Period from 1/1/2016 to 31/12/2016

Description of activities:
Recruited and placed volunteers in volunteering opportunities across south dublin county. Continued to provide support, advice and training to groups on all aspects of volunteer management.
Provided a garda vetting service to 100 community groups processing over 5000 vetting applications.
Delivered IT support services to community groups.
Managed the South Dublin Volunteer Corps - a volunteer events program in south dublin.

Activities: Volunteer development

Beneficiaries: Community services, Voluntary and community sector, Volunteers

Average number of Employees: 1-9

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 250+

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €350,582

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €343,595

Annual Report 2015

Reporting Period from 1/1/2015 to 31/12/2015

Description of activities:
We are a volunteer centre - set up to promote awareness of,access to and quality in volunteering in South Dublin. We match volunteers to roles in the community. We also provide technical support (including IT support), training and consultancy to organisations on all aspects of volunteer management.

Activities: Promotion of community, Volunteer development

Beneficiaries: Adult training, Advocacy and civil rights, Animal welfare, Arts & culture, Asylum seekers/refugees, Botanical gardens, parks and nature centres, Carers, Children's services, Community and housing development, Community foundations, Community services, Development and relief services, Disaster relief, Environmental protection and conservation, Ethnic minorities, Ex-offenders and prisoners, Family services, Health promotion, Heritage and historical groups, Homeless services, Humanitarian relief services, Integration of those who are disadvantaged into society, Libraries, historical societies and landmark preservation, Men's services, Mental health support, Museums, Organisations that promote the advancement of the efficient and effective use of the property of charitable organisations, Overseas aid, Patients and family support, People with physical disabilities, Performing arts, Pre-school (0-5 year olds), Public broadcasting and media, Religious activities, Research, Research and public policy institutions, Services to adolescents, Social services, Suicide prevention, Tenants, The elderly, Those suffering from addiction, Those suffering from disease, disorders and ill-health, Those suffering from hunger/poverty, Those with disabilities, Travellers, Treatment and prevention services, Unemployed/low income, University, graduate schools and technology institutes, Victim support, Voluntary and community sector, Volunteers, Wildlife Conservation, Women's services, Youth development, shelter and crisis services

Average number of Employees: 1-9

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 250+

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €276,887

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €259,356

Annual Report 2014

Reporting Period from 1/1/2014 to 31/12/2014

Description of activities:
We are a volunteer centre - set up to promote awareness of,access to and quality in volunteering in South Dublin. We match volunteers to roles in the community and provide support,training and consultancy to organisations on all aspects of volunteer management.

Activities: Promotion of community, Volunteer development

Beneficiaries: Adult training, Advocacy and civil rights, Animal welfare, Arts & culture, Asylum seekers/refugees, Botanical gardens, parks and nature centres, Carers, Children's services, Community and housing development, Community foundations, Community services, Development and relief services, Disaster relief, Environmental protection and conservation, Ethnic minorities, Ex-offenders and prisoners, Family services, Health promotion, Heritage and historical groups, Homeless services, Humanitarian relief services, Integration of those who are disadvantaged into society, Libraries, historical societies and landmark preservation, Men's services, Mental health support, Museums, Organisations that promote the advancement of the efficient and effective use of the property of charitable organisations, Overseas aid, Patients and family support, People with physical disabilities, Performing arts, Pre-school (0-5 year olds), Public broadcasting and media, Religious activities, Research, Research and public policy institutions, Services to adolescents, Social services, Suicide prevention, Tenants, The elderly, Those suffering from addiction, Those suffering from disease, disorders and ill-health, Those suffering from hunger/poverty, Those with disabilities, Travellers, Treatment and prevention services, Unemployed/low income, University, graduate schools and technology institutes, Victim support, Voluntary and community sector, Volunteers, Wildlife Conservation, Women's services, Youth development, shelter and crisis services

Average number of Employees: 1-9

Average number of Individuals Volunteering for the charity in reporting period: 250+

Gross income in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €203,078

Total expenditure in reporting period as supplied by the charity: €191,160

Trustees and Officers:
Name Position Start Date
Mr Eamon DonoghueDirector28/07/2015
Mr Paul McAlerneyDirector19/05/2010
Ms Niamh O DohertyDirector24/06/2003
Mr Cecil JohnsonDirector18/06/2006
Ms Marie Price BolgerCompany Secretary18/07/2006
Mr Francis KellyDirector23/05/2012
Ms Elena RossiDirector02/02/2016
Mr Marco NutiDirector13/01/2017
Other Locations/Premises in Ireland:
County Hall, Block 3, Belgard Square North, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Dublin, Ireland, D24 YNN5.
Also Operates in:
No other countries on file

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