Thinking of volunteering?
Whether you enjoy reading or chatting, want a quick project or a long-term commitment, have skills to share, or would like to learn something new, there's a volunteer role out there with your name on it!
How to find a volunteer opportunity
The Boroondara Volunteer Resource Centre is currently promoting over 200 roles on behalf of community organisations.
The Boroondara Volunteer Resource Centre offers a referral discussion service to help you find roles that match your interests, skills and commitments. These conversations can be either face-to-face or over the phone.
Use your professional skills, such as accounting, marketing, event coordination, writing, photography, web development and more. Join the Boroondara Volunteer Skills Bank.
You can help senior residents with computers, deliver books to house-bound residents, or just chat to locals whose second language is English. See volunteer with our libraries.
If you like to cook, how about volunteering with a home-cooked meal-sharing project? To find out more about the Boroondara Cooks program, contact the Boroondara Cooks Program Coordinator on 9278 4777 or at [email protected].
If you like the arts, put your hand up for our prestigious Eisteddfod event, held from April to June each year. Volunteering opportunities generally start in November.
The 11 neighbourhood houses and community centres in the City of Boroondara welcome volunteers to help with their services and programs. If you would like to know more, contact your local neighbourhood house or community centre.
Local environment groups
Are you passionate about the environment and sustainable living? Volunteer with a local group to improve the sustainability of your life and local area. See local environment groups.
Volunteering Victoria provide useful information about your rights and responsibilities as a volunteer.