You can volunteer
Volunteering is for everyone. You don't need special skills, all that is needed is a willingness to give your time and efforts for the benefit of your community.
As a volunteer you can:
Lend a hand in your local community
Develop new skills
Meet new people
Increase your confidence and self esteem
In 2010, over 2 million people in NSW volunteered. People of all nationalities and all walks of life volunteer. They can be young or old, male or female, working or not, retired, studying or anything in between.
You can volunteer for as little as 1 hour per fortnight, up to a recommended maximum of 15 hours per week in any one volunteer role.
How do I become a volunteer?
It’s easy, just call our office on 4329 7122 and we can book an interview for you with one of our experienced interviewers. Our interviewers are trained to assist potential volunteers to choose a suitable role, from one of the many volunteer positions we have registered with us. We interview at several locations across the Central Coast.
All potential volunteers are invited to attend a general information session called Bridge to Volunteering, that we offer regularly and free of charge. This introductory session covers a variety of topics including the benefits of volunteering, rights and responsibilities and the power of volunteering.