Volunteer to work with us…..

We believe that everyone has unique skills and interests to contribute, and your passion for driving and road safety would be a valuable asset to our organisation. By joining our team, you can help us raise awareness, promote safe driving practices, and support our mission. Contact Us page.

Becoming a volunteer

Blood Bike Leinster are based in 3 areas, Area 1 Kildare Area 2 Mullingar Area 3 Meath.

To become a Blood Bike Volunteer you need to specify which area you wish to apply for:

  • Area 1 Kildare you must be less than 20 mins drive from Naas Hospital
  • Area 2 Mullingar you must be less than 30 mins drive from Mullingar Hospital
  • Be over 40 years of age
  • Hold a full clean driving (Category B) licence For 5 yrs,be accident free and no penalty points.
  • Provide a minimum level of cover each month on a rota basis, willing to help out at fundraising events in the area you are based.
  • Blood Bike Leinster offer a 24/7 service with 90% of our transports taken place during the day 9am to 6pm
  • Promote a positive image of the charity to the general public

Click on the contact link to contact Blood Bikes by email.

Why not Volunteer your time

Maybe driving is not for you, but, you still want to be part of a worthwhile organisation and a great team?

There are various ways you can volunteer without having to drive. Here are some suggestions:

  1. Event Planning: Do you have fundraising skills, could you plan an event, find sponsors, and ensure everything runs smoothly.
  2. Outreach and Networking: Assist in reaching out to potential donors, sponsors, and partners. This could involve making phone calls, sending emails, or attending networking events to establish connections and build relationships.
  3. Marketing and Promotion: Help create marketing materials, such as flyers, brochures, or social media content, raise awareness about our organisation and its fundraising initiatives.
  4. Online Fundraising: Manage online fundraising campaigns. This could involve creating fundraising pages, promoting campaigns through social media, or responding to inquiries from online donors.

Remember, each blood bike group have unique needs and opportunities, so it’s best to reach out directly to the organisation closest to you. They will provide you with more specific information on how you could contribute to their fundraising efforts. Best of luck, and enjoy being part of a fantastic team who make a positive difference!

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