Volunteer With Us
CS#1 recognises that volunteers are the life blood of a community and appreciate the vital role they play in delivering quality community services to the people who really need them.
We recognise and value the huge contribution our volunteers make to the success of our programs and community events.
We are looking for enthusiastic, skilled, community-minded volunteers to join our team and help us deliver the best information and services across the Canberra community.
Our Volunteer Rights and Responsibilities document offers more information on what you can expect when volunteering with us and also what will be expected of you.
Food Pantry (ongoing opportunities)
CS#1 provides an alternative shopping experience offering affordable food and personal items to eligible clients. The Food Pantry is run by volunteers who manage resources and provide customer service to clients. We are looking for Volunteers who are available on any days Monday to Fridays.
Mixed Bag Singing Group (ongoing opportunities)
The Mixed Bag Singing Group supports one another with a sing-along to the piano, ukelele and guitar. No requirement to be a ‘singer’, come along as a Volunteer to support the Activity Group Worker on Wednesday afternoons from 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm.
We have a range of social Support Groups for our seniors:
Activities on Wheels (Mobile Library) – Joyful Moments (concerts) – Craft for Kindness – Games for fun – Movie Madness – Chinese Mystery Tour – Chair Dancing – Chair Yoga – Croatian Group – Spanish Group – Bingo – and shopping Buses.
What you need to do:
You must hold a current ACT Working with vulnerable people card to help us meet our obligations to you, other CS#1 staff and clients, and to the broader community.
Complete the CS#1 Volunteer application form and email it to email@example.com. We will be in touch to further discuss your application and work out the best fit within CS#1 for your interests, skills and availability.
If you’d like to talk to someone about volunteering or you’d like more information before applying please call our Community Wellbeing Manager on (02) 6126 4700 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org