Changing Communities. Changing Lives.

National Volunteer Week (18-24 May 2020) is celebrated every year to recognise and acknowledge volunteers for their contributions to the community. 

This year is more important than ever to celebrate volunteers, who are pivotal in changing communities and changing the lives of many during difficult times.   

Volunteering in Numbers

Over 700 000

Queenslanders who volunteer their time and give back to the community. Volunteering Gold Coast recruited over 4000 new volunteers over the last 12 months. 

$40 Million

The Social Return on Investment (SROI) which Gold Coast volunteers contributed to the community last year (based on a study by the University of New South Wales)

Meet Emili and Ty

Emili and Ty are two volunteers from Volunteering Gold Coast’s Community Visitor Scheme. They have both shared their experience of being a volunteer and how giving back helps them and the community. 

You can read more volunteer stories and share your your volunteering experience online using #NVW2020.

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