Volunteering Options for You

Volunteers are the backbone to creating a strong and selfless communities. When more people play a constructive role in their community by donating their time and skills, we often find that community experiences strengthened harmony and connectivity.

Volunteering is suitable for individuals of all abilities and skillsets and there is a multitude of ways an individual can give back.

  • Individual Volunteering: There are hundreds of individual volunteer positions that will suit your hobbies and interests. Whatever you’re passionate about, be it gardening, animals, sport etc. you can engage in these passions as a way to give back to the community.
  • Event Volunteering: The Gold Coast is renowned for hosting hundreds of events every year. Event volunteering allows you a unique opportunity. You will be involved in the event, providing much needed assistance for the organiser, as well as engaging with the local community, meeting new people and making new friends. 
  • Executive Volunteering: Individuals from a corporate background are some of the greatest assets to a charity organisation, providing skills and knowledge to create strategies to achieve the organisations goals.
  • Student Volunteering: Put theory into practice by providing much needed support and resources to local not-for-profit organisations. Volunteering during your studies builds your social awareness as well as provides vital work experience which improves your employability.
  • Social Justice & Inclusion: One of the most common forms of volunteering, with many organisations supporting important causes and advocating for the welfare and rights of individuals.

Take the Next Step

Let us help you begin your journey to volunteering, search through our current volunteer positions and apply now. 

Accessible Beaches

We have partnered with Surf Clubs Across the Gold Coast to ensure Australia’s most iconic beaches are accessible for everyone by providing Accessible Beach Mats and wheelchairs. Volunteers are at the forefront of the project allowing people with wheelchairs, difficulty with walking or families with prams to efficiently get closer to the water’s edge.

Community Visitor Scheme

Around 40% of Aged Care residents across Australia experience some form of isolation and loneliness. We are helping to decrease this statistic by utilising volunteer Community Visitors to provide compassion, companionship and friendship

To Learn More About Volunteering

For more information about Volunteering please call our Volunteering Services team  on 07 5526 0688.

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