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Anglican Overseas Aid
Anglican Overseas Aid is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. Its vision is for a just, peaceful and sustainable world free of poverty.
Volunteers play a vital role in Australia from assisting with one-off activities through to major projects and long term commitments.
- Raising funds
- Professional skills
- Volunteering at an office
Anglicare Victoria relies on the generosity of volunteers and supporters who contribute to our work in many different ways.
Please contact Anglicare Victoria to enquire about other opportunities.
Volunteers are an integral part of Benetas, from Board directors to facility bus drivers. Benetas currently have over 400 volunteers from all walks of life who choose to work with older Victorians for a variety of reasons.
Benetas offers a range of opportunities in locations across Victoria. For more information, please contact Benetas Volunteer Co-ordinator on Tel: (03) 8823 7900, or register your details on the website Benetas Volunteers.
Brotherhood of St Laurence
The Brotherhood’s many and varied community programs rely on volunteers to keep them going.
The Brotherhood always have volunteering opportunities for which one don’t need qualifications, and others for which more specialised skills are required, please contact the Brotherhood on Tel: (03) 9483 1390 or email email@example.com for more information.
LifeWorks Relationship Counselling and Education Services is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to promote healthy, respectful and fulfilling relationships within the Victorian community.
There are a number of ways that you can get involved with LifeWorks and make a contribution to individuals and families within the Victorian community.
For more information please refer to LifeWorks.
Op shops provide a place of community for many people. Volunteer opportunities can be a way of building community and practicing inclusion - and of course, having fun.
Suggested duties for Op Shop volunteers:
- Open and close shop
- Sell items in the Op Shop at the prices marked or listed in the pricelist
- Write down goods sold into the daily diary, and tally up line sub-totals
- Tally up goods sold each morning and afternoon
- Place all donated goods in Storage Room for sorting
- Wash and or clean any
- Most importantly, have a good time!!!
For more information please contact the Op Shop Network on Tel: (03) 9653 4220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.