Community Games

Provide more opportunities for kids in your area to live a healthy and active lifestyle

  • 160,000
    Children
  • 10,000
    Volunteers

How to get involved

Time: You will need to commit 4 hours a week to get this going.

Community Games is already up and running in more than 500 communities across Ireland. If there is no group yet in your area, we can help you to set one up. Just follow our 5-step-guide to learn what's involved and click on start to register your interest. If there is already a group where you live, why not start volunteering and join over 10,000 volunteers around the country? Find your nearest group.

5 Steps
Who?
Mary Porter joined Carrabane a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Tom Horan joined Wyckham& District a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Joanne Bootman joined Shankhill a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Pat Fitzgerald joined Skibbereen a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Jenny Harford joined Lusk a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Conway Smyth joined Lucan a Community Games group about 4 years ago
John Maguire joined Lakelands a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Patricia Walsh joined Knocklyon a Community Games group about 4 years ago
John Mackin joined Kilnamanagh a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Jennifer Tanner joined Donabate/Portrane a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Joan Young joined Deansrath a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Elaine Feely joined Dalkey a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Siobhan White joined Balbriggan a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Siobhan Heaney joined Steelstown a Community Games group about 4 years ago
Breeda Daly joined Newmarket a Community Games group about 4 years ago
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