• Volunteering

    As a voluntary organisation, with over eighty members in branches around the country, our volunteers are the lifeblood of Victim Assistance. All branch officers and National officers are also drawn from the voluntary membership.

    We have people from all walks of life and of all ages providing an invaluable service to the many victims of crime in our communities. If you speak to one of our members you will find that their reward comes from knowing they have helped a victim on the road to recovery.

    There are no special qualifications required for what we do. The only skill needed is the ability to listen!

    So if you are interested in forming a branch in your area, becoming a member of an existing branch or if you would simply like to learn more, please contact Ray at our National Office on 066 7119830 or email to fedva@eircom.net

    You can download a copy of our application form by clicking the following link: http://www.victimassistanceireland.com/downloads.php  

    Simply complete the form and send it to:

    Ray Walsh

    Victim Assistance

    5H Liber House



    Co Kerry

    Please Note: We provide full training and all our volunteers complete variety of screening methods such as application forms, interviews, training feedback, Garda vetting and a probationary period.