The availability of volunteering opportunities at Mission Australia is dependent on the current needs of our services. Volunteer opportunities are updated regularly and are advertised on Mission Australia’s Go Volunteer page, Seek Volunteer page and also through local community networks for regional areas.
Volunteering with Mission Australia often requires working with some of the most vulnerable people in our community. Due to the nature of our work we require volunteers to complete a police check and a Working With Children Check if accessing information relating to or working with children or young people. Mission Australia is committed to keeping children and young people safe with zero tolerance of harm or abuse, and expect all our employees and volunteers to reflect this commitment.
Other ways to give
A gift in your Will
You can make sure there’s always a way
forward for people in need,
by including Mission Australia
in your Will.
Our diverse corporate partners share a willingness to give every Australian the chance to build better futures for themselves.
As an individual or with a group,
organise an activity or challenge
that is fun and inspiring while
helping Australians in need.
We are blessed to work with thousands of people from all walks of life who selflessly donate their time and talents to help Australians in need.
Easy ways for employers and their employees to help people in need,
through volunteering, pre-tax workplace giving and more.
Support us through prayer
and access resources to
engage your church
in key social issues.
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