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Love science, art and technology? Volunteer for Curiocity Brisbane
We invite you to be a part of a spectacular, fun, new short-term volunteering experience from 15 March to 3 April. This is your chance to be part of Brisbane’s most exciting new event – Curiocity Brisbane.
06 March 2019
A reflection on the 2017 State Volunteering Conference
Volunteering Queensland's 2017 State Volunteering Conference was a resounding success, enabling volunteer-involving organisations to advance their cause, inspiring programs and people, and increasing overall knowledge and understanding of the volunteering industry. On 8 and 9 June 2017, over 80 delegates from across Queensland came together for the inaugural State Volunteering Conference. The delegates were presented with a wealth of information, strategic and practical advice, support and encouragement through engaging presentations by renowned experts, panel discussions, interactive workshops and networking opportunities that prompted conversation on the volunteering climate. Many of the conference presenters travelled far and wide, from interstate or overseas, to share their knowledge and insights to better the future of volunteering throughout Queensland and the wider Australian community. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of our wonderful and inspiring dignitaries, delegates, presenters, panel members, facilitators, board, staff and volunteers who made the conference such a huge triumph. And, a big thank you to our conference sponsor Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
09 July 2017
Celebrate National Volunteer Week 2019 - 20 to 26 May
Get involved in National Volunteer Week and the Queensland Volunteering Awards 2019.
29 April 2019
Change Management (Brisbane)
Our workplaces are constantly impacted by change.
21 November 2019 1:00 pm
Level 12, 127 Creek St, Brisbane City
Guest Speaker: Ashley Fell
Ashley Fell was the guest keynote speaker at the Volunteering Queensland Annual General Meeting, held on Wednesday 11 October 2017. Ashley is a social researcher, TEDx speaker and as Head of Communications at the internationally recognised McCrindle, she understands the need for organisations to communicate with the emerging generations to effectively engage and motivate them. Her expertise is in how to communicate across generational barriers.
27 October 2017
Meet the winners & finalists of the Queensland Volunteering Awards 2017
During National Volunteer Week, 8-14 May, the 2017 Queensland Volunteering Awards were held to acknowledge the efforts of thousands of volunteers, volunteer managers, and volunteer-involving organisations in bringing about positive change within their communities. The awards presentation and recognition ceremony was held on Friday 12 May in the Brisbane Room of Brisbane City Hall.
15 May 2017
There IS such a thing as a free lunch – if you are a volunteer!
More than 18 agencies joined forces to thank Brisbane volunteers for their contribution to the aged care and disability sectors by organising Brisbane’s first Volunteer Leadership Forum. The Volunteer Leadership Forum, held on Friday 25 August 2017 and hosted by Griffith University’s Southbank Campus, was a day of professional development training to build volunteer skills, meet others in similar roles, receive gifts and prizes of appreciation, and share in a delicious lunch.
28 August 2017
Volunteer Leadership Forums (Brisbane, Logan and Ipswich - November 2018)
A series for three Volunteer Leadership Forums held in Logan (1 November), Brisbane (27 November) and Ipswich (28 November) were organised in partnership between Griffith University’s Community Internship Program, Flexible Living’s Volunteer Service, Volunteering Services Australia (West Moreton) and Volunteering Queensland, with the generous support of Logan City Council and Griffith University, following the success of 2017’s inaugural Brisbane Volunteer Leadership Forum. The vision was free professional development opportunities gifted to volunteers, and volunteer coordinators and managers, as a gesture of thanks for the important role volunteers play in the community, and the contribution of volunteering to society as a whole.
03 December 2018
You're invited to Volunteering Queensland's Annual General Meeting
Notice is given that our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019, arrive 4pm for 4:15pm start at Mercure Brisbane Hotel, Level 2, 85 - 87 North Quay, Brisbane City QLD 4003. We would love if you would join our board, staff and volunteers for canapes and drinks as we reflect on volunteering achievements over the last financial year.
04 September 2019