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Become a Volunteer at Donegal Town Credit Union


The first Irish Credit Unions were made possible by volunteers, at a time of economic stress, helping to steer communities back onto the path of prosperity and security. That was over 50 years ago and we now have over 3 million members. Now we face the same economic challenges again and now is the time that you can make a real difference to your community by volunteering at Donegal Town Credit Union!

Volunteering at Donegal Town Credit Union

As a member based organisation, the Credit Union in Donegal Town is fortunate to be built upon the efforts of our volunteers, who give freely of their skills and time to benefit their local Credit Union. The credit union movement in Ireland and Northern Ireland currently has 9,250 volunteers in total and would like to recruit more. Contact us for information on volunteering…

Why volunteer at Donegal Town Credit Union?

In the spirit of cooperation, Donegal Town Credit Union has a team of volunteers that help to manage the Credit Union. We always welcome new volunteers and wish to invite anyone who is interested in volunteering to get in touch with us. Volunteering at Donegal Town Credit Union will not only benefit the Credit Union as a business, but you will also gain personal and professional experience.

  1. There are many benefits of volunteering at Donegal Town Credit Union, here are just a few:
  2. You will gain professional experience and varied new skills in an interesting and fulfilling role within Donegal Town Credit Union.
  3. Education and training will be provided to help you develop and make the most of your skills.
  4. Volunteering brings personal development and satisfaction, you are providing an excellent service to the benefit of your community.
  5. You will have the opportunity to work on new developmental business projects and gain expertise.

How do I become a Volunteer?

The credit union committees offer an excellent starting point for new volunteers. These committees provide experience, learning and an active role within the credit union.

Once a volunteer has served the credit union at committee level for a period of time, and training needs have been identified and addressed, you can move into a director or supervisor position.

If you would like more information on volunteering in the credit union please contact your local credit union and ask for the manager or a member of the Nominating Committee.

Contact Us to Volunteer…