Voluntary Youth Clubs & Summer Projects
Crosscare Voluntary Youth Clubs create lifelong memories for young people and volunteers.
In our Voluntary Youth Clubs, everyone is treated with the respect they will remember. Clubs deliver excellent service, and everyone is shown Love, Care and Kindness in all our interactions.
Crossscare fundamentally believes in the vision and capabilities of volunteers to fulfil the potential of young people to shape a better future. Volunteerism is firmly embedded within the ethos of Crosscare, and youth clubs exist thanks to the dedicated commitment of Crosscare volunteers.
A Crosscare Youth Club is open to young people between the ages of 4 and 25. Volunteers run clubs in local communities supported by Crosscare staff.
When starting a Voluntary Youth Club, a local committee is set up, and then leadership training, Garda Vetting and Child Protection are provided to support the leaders on their journey.
If you are interested in setting up a Youth Club in your area, please phone 01-8360011 and ask for Melissa or Alan for further information.
A Summer Project is a programme for recreational and educational activities for children and young people that take place in the Summer months (normally July and August).
Crosscare Summer Projects are organised and run by volunteers in the local community. The role of Crosscare staff is to support, help and advise the local Summer Project Committee.
Crosscare Summer Projects are supported financially and practically Dublin City Council and the City of Dublin Youth Service Board (CDYSB)
If you are interested in setting up a local Summer Project, please phone: 01-8360011 ask for Melissa or Alan for further information.