Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise

Volunteer for the Iris service (to combat loneliness)

Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise

Health Social (Health / Solidarity / Integration) Living together Adults Seniors

Objective of the mission

We are looking for volunteers (especially in the centre and north of the country) for the Iris service, which provides support for anyone affected by loneliness. 20 hours of training are offered in October.

10/05/2024 to 06/06/2024
Remote work
Accessible to PRM
Preferred availability
As required

Presentation of the opportunity for volunteering

Since 2012, Iris has been training volunteers to offer their regular presence to anyone feeling isolated, regardless of age, culture or class.

By joining the Iris service, you will be making a commitment to volunteer work and changing the life of an isolated person.
To become a volunteer, you need to take a 20-hour training course, which is being offered in Luxembourg City in October.
We are looking for people who can make visits to the north of the country.
Why become an Iris volunteer?

- You will be volunteering close to where you live or work
- You will change the life of an isolated person
- You will be making your contribution to a more caring society
- You will be enriched by this wonderful human adventure

How can you become an Iris volunteer?

Are you motivated? Don't hesitate, the criteria are simple:

- Be of legal age
- Be available for a few hours a week
- Follow a 20-hour training course led by a multidisciplinary team and enriched by the experience of each participant
- Complete a 2-hour work placement with an experienced volunteer.
For more information, please contact us.

Our commitments

  • Volunteer agreement
  • Volunteer insurance
  • Training
  • Reimbursement of costs
  • Personal assistance
  • Conviviality events

Croix-Rouge Luxembourgeoise

Notre mission est d’aider les personnes vulnérables à vivre dignement et de manière autonome. En mobilisant la solidarité humaine, nous agissons de manière exemplaire, efficiente et responsable pour secourir les personnes en détresse et prévenir les situations de précarité matérielle, sanitaire et sociale, tant au Luxembourg qu’à l’étranger.