Volunteers are an integral part of our workforce performing many different roles from Board of Directors to service support, administration and assisting with group activities.
We appreciate and value the work of our volunteers, who don’t replace paid workers but assist with expanding and supporting the services we offer and bring new perspective and energy to our organisation.
All our volunteers are involved with people in need and our organisation relies on its volunteer base to continue offering the broad range of community services that are provided.
From a few of our Volunteers
“I feel strongly re offering support especially in the Community I reside in. Every person needs to be treated with dignity and respect at all times.” Maree, Planned Activity Groups
“Volunteering means support, friendship, commitment, community and challenge. Challenge to make our community a better place.” Julie, Emergency Relief
“The highlight of my volunteering work is the positive effect on others.” Tania, Water Exercise Group
How we support our Volunteers
- Orientation, training and ongoing guidance to achieve your goals
- Further training will take place as the volunteer work commences
- Access to a Service Supervisor and/or Manager at all times
- A safe, supportive and caring environment
- Acknowledgement of your valued contribution through social events
How to become a Volunteer
If you would like further information or are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact our Volunteer Officer on (03) 9430 9100 or complete the form below.
A National Police Check and a Working with Children Check are compulsory when applying for volunteer positions.