Share Volunteer with Centre for Multicultural Youth Volunteers help newly arrived young refugees settle happily into a new life in Australia. Could you help young people make the most of opportunities while balancing some of the challenges of day to day life? CMY are seeking volunteers in July – December 2015 for (tentative) programs based in: Dandenong Noble Park Epping […]Read more ›
In an Australian first, Volunteering Victoria and Volunteering Geelong today introduced 20 expertly trained Managers of Spontaneous Emergency Volunteers (MSEVs) who will provide key support in coordinating spontaneous volunteers assisting with relief and recovery in the region following a natural disaster.
Nominations have opened for Victoria’s first State Volunteering Awards which embrace all facets of volunteering and showcase the commitment and impact of Victoria’s volunteer programs, volunteer managers and volunteer involving organisations.
The Victorian Budget 2015-16 was delivered on 5 May 2015. Volunteering Victoria welcomes the commitments in the budget that will help tackle disadvantage in the Victorian community.
Give Happy, Live Happy is the theme for this year’s National Volunteer Week. But not all volunteering is the same. What is the nature of wellbeing derived from volunteering, and is it shared equally by all volunteers?
Congratulations to our members recognised in the 2015 Minister for Health Volunteer Awards. On 13 May 2015 at the Abbotsford Convent, the Minister for Health, the Hon Jill Hennessy MP presented 16 awards for Outstanding Volunteer Achievement to individuals and teams at the 2015 Minister for Health Volunteer Awards. The Minister for Health Volunteer
Awards acknowledges and honours the many volunteers who dedicate their time and effort to support the health and wellbeing of the Victorian community
Leadership in Health Volunteering Conference – Friday 28 August. Barwon Health and Bendigo Health are proud to announce that they will be partnering together to host the Australian first Leadership in Health Volunteering Conference. The conference aims to promote the true impact of professional volunteer engagement within the health sector, to motivate Volunteer Leaders to strive for innovation and provide expert advice on how to build a successful volunteer strategy.Read more ›
Today marks the beginning of National Volunteer Week 2015, which runs from 11-17 May. This year with the theme Give Happy, Live Happy we are celebrating that not only are volunteers helping make the lives of others happier, they too are happier as a result. Earlier today the Federal Minister for Human Services, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, launched National Volunteer Week at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House in Canberra.Read more ›