Join the movement of Australian’s volunteering their time and energy to make a difference in the wider community. With 3.6 million people in Australia actively engaged in volunteer work in 2016*, volunteering is a rewarding at every level of contribution. If you want to volunteer with children near me, Save the Children Australia has many programs to consider. For child volunteer programs near me, we need volunteers to support our programs that deliver lifesaving aid to children and families around Australia.
For nearly 100 years Save the Children Australia have depended on people like you to volunteer work with children near me. The time and energy you generously donate can help entire communities overcome disadvantage.
Opportunities to Volunteer with Children Near Me?
Save the Children are considered one of the best charities to volunteer with children near me. Our emergency responses and programs are evidence based and achieve measurable results. We are totally committed to remaining accountable to children, their communities, our donors and stakeholders.
If you’re unable to volunteer for children near me, there are other ways you can support Save the Children. When you shop at our op shops you get more than just retail therapy. Your purchase of recycled fashion pieces, books, vintage or modern-day gems or toys goes directly towards making better lives for children overseas and in Australia.
Register Your Interest in Volunteering
Save the Children Australia has volunteering opportunities available in our offices and programs throughout Australia (excluding ACT and NT). As a volunteer you’ll be an invaluable part of our team of that uses evidence-based programs to build the skills of children, parents and community leaders. These programs create long lasting change for future generations.
Register your interest in volunteering or apply for a specific role with Save the Children Australia. Got questions about volunteering? Contact us.
*2016 Census reveals Australians still committed to volunteering, Volunteering Australia (2017)