Kwinana Volunteer Centre
The Kwinana Volunteer Centre is a central point in the community for information on all things relating to volunteering.
Many local groups and organisations rely on the goodwill and generosity of volunteers to help them. By lending a hand, you can make a huge difference to the quality of other people's lives.
Volunteering is a great way to build on your life skills and is also a fun way to meet new people. The benefits of volunteering cannot be underestimated.
Through volunteering you can:
- try something different;
- share your knowledge and skills;
- learn new skills;
- be more positive;
- learn about, and become part of your community;
- access training; and
- improve your sense of self worth
There are a wide and diverse range of volunteering roles that can keep you busy for as little as half an hour per week to daily positions – whatever time you can spare!
To find out more about volunteering, call our Volunteer Coordinator on 9236 4314 or email email@example.com.
Questions and Answers for Volunteers
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Find out more about what volunteering entails and discover answers to your most frequently asked questions.
Questions and Answers for Volunteers.
Questions and Answers for Volunteering Involving Organisation
The Kwinana Volunteer Centre is a free service provided by the City of Kwinana to assist you to find the perfect volunteer for your organisation. If you are a not for profit or sporting organisation and can provide Public Liability and Volunteer Insurances, you can register with the Kwinana Volunteer Centre.
The Kwinana Volunteer Centre can promote your volunteer positions on various volunteering websites, and refer suitable volunteers to your organisation.
Where are We?
The Kwinana Volunteer Centre is located in the Darius Wells Library and Resource Centre, Corner of Robbos Way and Chisham Avenue.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am to 4pm.
Want to Volunteer?
If you'd like to volunteer, you can pick up and application form from the Library or download one.
Rights and Responsibilities
Unlike paid staff, volunteers are not covered by award or workplace agreements. Volunteers do have rights - some through legislation and some that could be considered the moral obligation of an organisation involving volunteers. Volunteering Australia promotes the following as the basic rights of a volunteer.