Volunteers are a valuable and vital part of the work we do in the community.
Our volunteers provide support for our staff, and they can also assist with running activities and programs.
There are many benefits to volunteering, in addition to making a positive difference to someone’s health and wellbeing. Through volunteering, you’ll build your self confidence to form new friendships and social connections. In meeting regularly with your peers, you’ll be able to learn new skills or even grow your existing skillset. Not only will you be giving back to the community, you’ll be keeping fit and active at the same time!
Working across the organisation
Volunteers are valued as an important part of EACH’s people strategy. Volunteers are involved with clients in many areas of the organisation, including with our:
- Younger clients (pre-school and children) through to young adults
- Disability clients
- Mental health
- Older adults
- Financial counselling
- Drug and alcohol
- Corporate services
Lending a helping hand
If you have skills in some of the areas below, we’d like to know more about you!
- Events/Public Relations
- Administration/office support
- Data entry
- Assisting people with arts and crafts
- Kitchen assistance for activity programs
- Assisting with recreational activities e.g. music and/or social outings
- Outdoors e.g. gardening, youth activity program
- Assisting in our opportunity shop
- Providing companionship for older adults
- Driving clients to appointments, shopping or activities
- L2P Driving Mentors
- Events/Public Relation
How do I become a volunteer?
For more information about volunteering at EACH, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator by calling 1300 003 224 or by email at the Contact Us tab at the top of this page.