Get Involved

There are many ways you can get involved with Age & Opportunity:

Work with us

We are seeking tenders from suitably qualified individuals or organisations to conduct a piece of research in the context of our initiative Artist in Residence in a Care Setting. 

Full details of the tender are set out in this document which is comprised of four parts:

  • Part 1: Background information                                                  
  • Part 2: Age & Opportunity’s requirements and other considerations
  • Part 3: Tender process
  • Part 4: General tender information, terms and conditions

Interested parties should submit a proposal by email to Mary Harkin, Policy, Research and Evaluation Manager, at mary.harkin@ageandopportunity.ie by close of business on Friday 21st August 2020.

Volunteer with us

Every year, our programmes and initiatives attract the most dedicated and enthusiastic team of volunteers, which undoubtedly contributes to their outstanding success. We have a number of exciting volunteer opportunities across our three programme areas, Arts, Sport and Engage. For further information on how you can volunteer with us, please contact Margaret Roe, our HR Manager on 01-8535121 or Margaret.Roe@ageandopportunity.ie.

Organise your student placement with us

We have a number of student placement opportunities across out three programme areas, Arts, Sport and Engage. For further information on how you can apply to do your student work placement with us, please contact Margaret Roe, our HR Manager on 01-8535121 or Margaret.Roe@ageandopportunity.ie.

Residents of St. Joseph's Shankhill, at our tea party event to celebrate the Fairland Collective artist in residence.
Residents of St. Joseph’s Shankhill, at our tea party event to celebrate the Fairland Collective artist in residence.

Principal Funders:

Link to HSE websiteLink to Sport Ireland websiteLink to Arts Council website

Our Principal Funders:

Link to HSE websiteLink to Sport Ireland websiteLink to Arts Council website