** Applications to volunteer at the 2013 Games are now CLOSED **
Regrettably we can no longer accept applications to volunteer at the Games. If you are inspired to volunteer in Northern Ireland please visit the Volunteer Now website www.volunteernow.co.uk which hosts thousands of volunteer opportunities.
Next steps for applicants
Fantastic volunteers are going to help make Belfast the friendliest Games ever! For those that have been inspired to volunteer, welcome to the start of an exciting journey!
We have commenced emails of offers - this will run until June so don't worry if you haven't heard yet, please just keep an eye on your inbox over the upcoming weeks!
On Saturday 22nd June thousands of WPFG volunteers from throughout Northern Ireland (and further afield!) will gather at iconic Belfast venue the King’s Hall for the biggest gathering of volunteers Northern Ireland has ever seen!
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We hope you have been able to find the information you need. However if you need any further information or assistance then your first port of call is our Volunteer FAQs which contains essential information on volunteering at the Games.
Coca-Cola - Official Supporter of the WPFG Volunteer Programme
Coca-Cola is passionate about playing a positive role in the local community and is proud to be lead sponsor of the World Police and Fire Games 2013 Volunteer Programme.
The company aims to support initiatives which inspire and encourage people to get active and get involved in community activities and the WPFG Volunteer Programme fits the bill perfectly. Being part of the Coca-Cola Volunteer Programme offers people of all ages, skills and experience a chance to come together to be part of a unique sporting festival, enhancing community spirit and giving the international participants a warm Northern Irish welcome.
A number of Coca-Cola employees will be participating in the Volunteer Programme and the company is also supporting the entire Games as official water and soft drinks sponsor.