Le Chéile Mentoring & Youth Justice Support Services
Volunteer Application Form



Please tick the role(s) you are interested in


1. Personal Details
























Emergency Contact Detail






2. Volunteering








3. Availability




4. Convictions

(Answering 'yes' to this question will not necessarily disqualify you from volunteering with us. All offences must be noted if they occurred less that 7 years ago, while minor road traffic and other minor offences incurred over 7 years ago are considered ‘spent’ and may be omitted. Please see our Volunteering Information booklet for more information on whether you should list a charge or conviction)



Volunteer References
Please provide the name and contact details of two responsible people willing to act as your referees. Le Chéile will contact referees directly if successful at interview. Please note that referees should not be friends or family members. Where possible we look for references from a current/most recent employer, volunteering organisation or academic institution
Reference 1












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5. Declaration

  • All information provided, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
  • I have listed convictions and charges.
  • I will inform Le Chéile without delay of any future convictions or charges
  • I understand that if I break Le Chéile policy or if any conduct comes to light, which would bring my suitability to volunteer into question that I will be disengaged.
  • I understand I may be re-vetted at any time while volunteering with Le Chéile.
  • I understand that if successful at interview, Le Chéile will contact the people I have given as referees.

How did you find out about volunteering with Le Chéile?



Data Protection Statement:
Le Chéile will keep your application until recruitment is completed, and unsuccessful applications will not be retained. Some anonymous information may be used for statistical purposes or equality monitoring purposes.

Safeguarding Statement:
Le Chéile is committed to the safety and well-being of young people and vulnerable adults. Le Chéile will report to all relevant authorities any person who attempts to undertake volunteering work with Le Chéile while they are disqualified from or prohibited from being with or near young people or vulnerable adults.

Mentoring Requirements:
Because mentoring can be activity based, mentors should be in good physical health and able to manage and undertake activities with their match.