Create magical moments for the children and young adults in our care.

Volunteers are key members of Team LauraLynn. We have a team of volunteers that help us to enhance the services we provide. From working directly with our children and young adults to providing admin support or driving, volunteers are active in every department and work closely with our staff to provide the best possible service. Our registered volunteers support us both on and off site helping to create magical moments for the children and young adults in our care.

Volunteering for a children’s hospice is not for everyone and can be a challenging environment but we do have a variety of roles to suit many skills and interests. Whether it is interacting with the children and young adults or helping us raise vital funds to support the hospice, we appreciate your support.


  • All volunteers must be over 18
  • All volunteer roles are non-clinical
  • All volunteers must commit to a minimum of 12 months
  • All volunteers are required to complete the Garda Vetting process.
  • All volunteers are required to complete a training programme.

All applicants are invited to attend a Volunteer Information Session before your application is processed to volunteer in any role. This session will give you the opportunity to meet our Volunteer Coordinator and to hear more about the work we do and the volunteer roles available.

The application process for 2022 volunteers is now open. Information Sessions will be scheduled for early 2022. To express an interest in volunteering and be notified about upcoming Information Sessions, please click here.