The 2016 Census was released today, with data revealing that Australians are still engaged and committed to volunteering activities.

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.  

Volunteering Queensland has surveyed volunteer-involving organisations (VIOs) across the sector and state to gain insights on how they have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The results highlight their needs and challenges going forward.

Volunteering Queensland, in collaboration with Volunteering WA brings you Implementing the National Standards for Volunteer Involvement.

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Volunteering Queensland, in collaboration with The Centre for Volunteering NSW brings you this interactive 3 hour live webinar on Managing Volunteers and the Law with Justice Connect.

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The State of Volunteering in Queensland 2021 Policy Position and Advocacy Plan

Volunteering Australia

Volunteering Queensland, in collaboration with The Centre for Volunteering NSW brings you this interactive 3 hour live webinar on Social Media and the Law with Justice Connect.

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The State of Volunteering in Queensland 2021 Report

Thank you to everyone who contributed to last month’s survey. The results are in and provide a key update on the challenges, successes and needs of the state’s volunteer-involving organisations. This information shapes our advocacy to government and new initiatives we’re undertaking to support the sector.

Build, Grow and Scale your Volunteering Programs into the Future

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Volunteering Australia has released their 'Value of Volunteering Support Services' research project.

The Settlement Council of Australia (SCoA) and Volunteering Australia have today released their report, ‘Volunteering and Settlement in Australia’, with a snapshot of the volunteering activities of new migrants and refugees in Australia. In the settlement sector, 65 per cent of new arrivals to Australia volunteered within the first 18 months of their arrival to Australia, to contribute to society, make friends, improve their English or gain local work experience.

United Nations Volunteers (UNV)