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Opportunities For Volunteers

As a charity, we welcome any offers of help and assistance from the community

At WomenCAN Australia, your time and skills can make a significant impact on the women we support. 

Your contribution enhances the quality and breadth of our programs, allowing us to offer more comprehensive services. By volunteering, you also help us optimize our resources, reducing the need for additional staff and allowing our operating funds to go further.

Giving your time and expertise not only benefits our organization but also provides you with a profound sense of fulfillment. It’s a meaningful gift that directly impacts the lives of those we serve.

We uphold the highest standards for ourselves and our volunteers. Our Code of Conduct and Volunteer Agreement ensure clarity regarding roles and responsibilities. Additionally, we require a Police Check and Working with Children Check (WWCC), and we will cover the associated costs to prioritize safety and security for all involved.

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Driver Mentors

Driver Mentors

Assist women who are learning to drive, to practice their driving skills.  We are currently seeking Volunteers in Wodonga, Victoria.

Grant writers and fundraisers

Grant writers and fundraisers

Assist us to draft grant applications and funding requests

Library skills

Library skills

Help us to sort and catalogue the folders and documents stored on our main drive

Peer mentors

Peer mentors

Volunteer to facilitate our monthly peer led meetings that are held online/F2F and attended by our Participants

General administration

General administration

Volunteer to monitor the various email inboxes and assign incoming mail accordingly as well as attend to general office administration

Graphic design and social media skills

Graphic design and social media skills

We need volunteers to help design, collate and publish our social and mainstream media content

Events

Events

Volunteer and help coordinate, promote and run our various community and other events

Early Years Training Program has launched in Shepparton

Women from diverse communities can now benefit from WomenCAN Australia’s proven peer-led support program and be paid to train on-the-job in childcare or kindergarten.