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Accessibility, Affordability, Ability (AAA) is a pilot project for Queenslanders to get access to technology not only in terms of devices and affordable data, but also to support for the improvement of digital skills.
Become an aged care support volunteer and provide non-clinical social and emotional support to older people living in Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACFs).
The Care Army is a group of Queensland volunteers working with support service organisations to care for older and vulnerable people in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recovery from a disaster is a long process. Agencies rely on long term support from volunteers who may perform various roles, ranging from basic clean-up to care, comfort and personal support to affected communities.
Each year, Brisbane City Council and Volunteering Queensland join forces with over 300 volunteers to run Homeless Connect.
The Neighbourhood and Care Army Connect initiative engages with local Care Army (and potential other) volunteers, and Volunteering Organisations (VIOs).
Members of Volunteering Queensland can list volunteer positions on our website
Explore how Volunteering Queensland leads a number of initiatives across the state from research, to disaster resilience projects, as well as community projects and celebrations.
Volunteering Queensland is the state’s peak body for advancing and promoting volunteering. With 300 member organisations and a wider network of thousands more, we represent hundreds of thousands of volunteers that support and enhance the lives of all Queenslanders. Beyond our direct network, we advocate for the rights and wellbeing of all volunteers in Queensland.
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteering. Volunteering is widespread and diverse with millions of people volunteering every year to support communities across the country.
Volunteering Queensland (VQ) will deliver the Volunteer Management Activity (VMA) on behalf of the Australian Government’s Department of Social Services (DSS). The objective of the VMA is to increase opportunities for people to participate in the social and economic life of their community through volunteering.
The Awards celebrate all Queensland volunteers and the immense impact they make on individuals, communities and the state.
As an RTO we offer training to the volunteering sector and secondary schools across Queensland.