Working with the community, for the community.
Volunteers are important to our work and our community. Volunteers provide services, groups and activities that keep our community healthy and connected to friends.
Volunteering is good for your health and your community. Click here to find out more.
Volunteering can give you work experience and help you find employment in the future.
Meet our volunteers and read their stories here.
How to apply:
To apply to volunteer, please click on an application form below.
We have many different volunteering roles to suit your skills, employment goals and interests.
If you have an idea for a new volunteer job or there is not a role advertised that suits you, please complete the Volunteer Application Form: General form below and we will contact you.
What will happen after an Application Form is sent?
If your application is successful, we will then ask you to participate in the Volunteer recruitment process:
• Complete online application form
• Attend an interview
• Reference Check
• Police Check/Working with Children’s Check
• Sign Confidentiality Agreement
• Meet your team and learn more about NRCH
• Commit on a regular basis for 6-12 months, dependent on role
For more information please contact email@example.com or call 9418 9893.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us!
Current Volunteering opportunities:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with North Richmond Community Health. Due to COVID-19, some of our programs may be on hold in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Please still send us your application and if you are successful we can interview you over the phone and prepare you for volunteering once the program recommences.
If we have very high interest we may place you on a waiting list and let you know.
Volunteer Application Form: General
Please only submit this for advertised positions.
Only successful Applicants will be contacted for an Interview
Social Companionship/ Support Volunteer
We are looking to engage volunteers for our Social Inclusion Program to improve the health and well-being of our community members through building social connectedness between resident and volunteer. This role involves supporting resident to access required services and other activities (some examples are -meeting at a café, going for a walk, shopping, hospital or doctors’ appointments, attending social groups, catching public transport).