Volunteering Links

Find out more about volunteering by visiting these websites.

 

Two women signing papersVolunteering Australia

Volunteering Australia is the national peak body working towards advancing Volunteering in the Australian community.

Visit: Volunteering Australia

 

Office for Volunteers

Office for Volunteers, part of the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion, develops and manages many ongoing programs to support, promote and encourage volunteering.

Visit: Office for Volunteers

 

Volunteering SA & NT

A not-for-profit organisation and the peak body representing the interests of volunteers and the volunteering sector in South Australia and Northern Territory.

Visit: Volunteering SA & NT

 

Northern Volunteering

Northern Volunteering is a Volunteer Resource Centre which provides a wide range of services including: volunteer referrals; volunteer and volunteer management training; consultancy and customised training for organisations; advocacy for volunteering, among other services.

Visit: Northern Volunteering

 

Southern Volunteering

Southern Volunteering supports the community through volunteer referrals, management support and training.

Visit: Southern Volunteering

 

Do Something Near You

Do Something Near You is a community directory and volunteer portal providing links between charities, councils and communities. Do Something Near You encourages and assists members of the public and the business community to invest their time and resources in local not-for-profit organisations, to the benefit of all Australians.

Visit: Do Something Near You

 

Go Volunteer

Go Volunteer is an initiative of Volunteering Australia. The aim of Go Volunteer is to match people who are interested in volunteering with appropriate volunteering opportunities.

Visit: Go Volunteer

 

Volunteering Strategy for South Australia

A cross-sector Volunteering Strategy for South Australia has been developed to improve the experience of volunteers, enhance the outcomes for volunteer involving organisations, and help maintain a volunteer participation rate of 70% or better.

Visit: Volunteering Strategy for South Australia