Spring has well and truly sprung here in Queensland. There is no denying that when it comes to the weather, we have the best of everything in our glorious state.

On Tuesday 27 July Volunteering Queensland participated in the Ignite Youth Careers Expo – hosted by the Logan City Council.

Yesterday the International Olympic Committee announced that Brisbane would host the 35th Olympic Games in 2032.

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

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  • Online via Zoom

Ensure that appropriate insurance cover is provided to protect volunteer staff & volunteer board members

Enhance volunteer experiences & comply with legislation & duty of care

"Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good & without financial gain"

A snapshot of key information and statistics about volunteering in Queensland

Not-for-profits have a duty of care to ensure a safe environment for employees, volunteers & clients

You & the organisation you volunteer with are responsible for making sure you're safe & happy in your role

To get the most out of volunteering, you should choose a volunteer role that matches your values and will help you achieve your personal goals.

Volunteering is of great benefit to volunteers, nonprofits & the community at large

In contemporary society, there's a multitude of ways in which individuals volunteer or engage with community

‘Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain’ (Volunteering Australia)