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Central Management
St. Vincent's Centre
Navan Road
Dublin 7
Fax: 01-8385%496


St. Vincent's Centre
Co. Limerick
Phone: 061-501%400
Fax: 061-330%161


North Tipperary / Offaly
St. Anne's Centre
Sean Ross Abbey
Co. Tipperary
Phone: 0505-22%046
Fax: 0505-22%525

Current Opportunities

The Daughters of Charity Service is one of the largest providers of care to people with intellectual disability on the Northside of Dublin.  We provide both residential and day services to a diverse population, ranging in age (from the very young to the very old) and ability.

Our volunteers are involved in all aspects of our work, from centre based activities to community engagement projects, such as book and camera clubs, coffee mornings, Tai chi and much more.

Opportunities for volunteers

Arts & Crafts 




Citizen Advocacy

Horse Riding,

Camera/Book Club


Occupational Therapy


Music and many more.

All skills and talents are most welcome.


Corporate Volunteering

Corporate volunteering is a wonderful and meaningful way for your company and your staff to connect and feel part of a Service that works with people with intellectual disability.  The Daughters of Charity welcomes organisations that are interested in once off projects or who want to foster a long term partnership.

In 2012 the Daughters of Charity welcomed employees from Google and Kellogg’s.  Both companies thoroughly enjoyed their day of volunteering and have offered to come back for similar projects in the future.

St Joseph’s Centre Clonsilla, reaps the benefits of Corporate volunteering

Many organisations, as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility programme, support their employees to spend time volunteering.  If your organisation is interested in a volunteer project please contact Rhoda Judge, volunteer Co-ordinator to arrange an introductory meeting.  This meeting will give you the opportunity to find out more about the Daughters of Charity Service and you will also discuss ways as to how your organisation can successfully engage with our Service.


A team of volunteers armed with paint brushes and rollers worked together to turn the playground in St Vincent’s Centre into a sea of colour.  The volunteer team consisted of employees from Google and the Daughters of Charity very own volunteer force.  



The core values that guide us in our mission are Service, Respect, Excellence, Collaboration, Justice and Creativity 
Charity Number CHY 21097