A vacancy exists at the world’s leading Zoo-based conservation organisation.Full time Volunteer Coordinator at Healesville Sanctuary.Read more ›
Volunteering Australia (VA) today announced the theme for the 25th anniversary year of National Volunteer Week (12 – 18 May) – a theme that points to the power of volunteers and volunteering in Australia. It’s a theme that asks us to imagine the possibilities for a better community offered by the power of volunteers and volunteering
“Celebrate the power of volunteering” will be adopted by volunteering organisations nationally as they plan for celebration events to acknowledge and thank more than six million volunteers who together form a formidable workforce powering many essential community, environmental, sporting and cultural services and supports.
Volunteering Victoria is now offering half-year memberships to organisations who join as a member from the 1st February and are valid until the 30th June 2014. A discount of 50% is specila offer available for half-yearly memberships. Renewal notices will be sent out in June for the following year’s membership.
We’re thrilled to confirm the successful applicants for our first round of featured organisations for the brand new Volunteering Victoria campaign ‘Imagine the Possibilities’ which aims to change the way everyone – individuals, communities, businesses, government and leaders of not for profits and charities – think about volunteers and volunteering.
With National Volunteer Week fast approaching (mark the date 12 – 18 May 2014 in your calendar if you haven’t already) many volunteering organisations are planning their NVW2014 appreciation and celebration events and activities. A popular item – the Volunteering Australia lapel pins – are now available for ordering online.
Our Community has launched the new Institute of Community Directors Australia – the best practice network for not-for-profit boards, committees and councils.Read more ›
Banksia Palliative Care Service is a community based interdisciplinary palliative care service in the North-East region of Melbourne. Services are provided to clients living in Banyule, Nillumbik and Whittlesea. The office is situated in Heidelberg. We are seeking to fill the following position: Coordinator of Volunteers The support and ongoing maintenance of the volunteer program is an exciting and rewarding position. […]Read more ›