Why Volunteer in Darwin?

 

In 2010, the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that over 6 million Australians volunteer, (or to put it another way a whopping 36% of the population). Volunteering offers many other rewards too. You can learn new skills and gain valuable experience in a wide range of areas that may or may not be related to your paid work. It's also a great way to meet new people who share your interests.

GoVolunteer Darwin

GoVolunteer has a large range of volunteer roles including one off, short term and long term opportunities and many volunteer involving organisations can be flexible with times.

 

They also make it easy for you to find a volunteer role that suits your interests, motivation, availability and location.

RSPCA Darwin

Would you like to use your time and talents to help abandoned animals?

 

Opportunities exist to assist with animal care, administrative work, events, customer service, fundraising and maintenance.

Darwin Community Legal Service

Darwin Community Legal Service (DCLS) is always looking for more volunteers and welcomes volunteers to help with research, administration, law reform campaigns, and other aspects of our work at DCLS.

 

DCLS also have the capacity to host students looking for legal placements.

Territory Wildlife Park

The Territory Wildlife Park encourages people to become actively involved.

 

The Territory Wildlife Park have an extensive volunteer program including placements for people who are able to commit time on a regular basis through to Community Involvement Day working bees suitable for one off volunteers. 

Please reload