Volunteering at ACH
Anglesea Community House is supported by a wonderful team of volunteers.
Volunteers are central to our organisation and we work with potential volunteers to match your skills and experience to the current needs of the Community House. There are many types of volunteering positions available to meet your needs, skills and availability!
Come in and have a chat to us!
Benefits of volunteering
a chance to give something back
help the environment
gain confidence and self esteem
gain or develop new skills, knowledge and experience
improve employment prospects
feel valued and part of a team
meet new people and make new friends
be part of a community
take on a challenge
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become a volunteer?
You can submit the volunteer form or call us on 5263 2116 or drop in to have a chat with us between 9-2.30pm Monday to Friday.
Can I do a placement/internship for study or work?
Yes we are happy to help support you doing a work/study placement, including placements in our childcare service.
Can I volunteer at Anglesea Childcare?
ACH currently only accepts students for workplace learning as volunteers. Please register your interest to volunteer here.
Do I need any special skills or experience?
No, we work with volunteers from lots of different backgrounds. You will need to have a Working With Children’s Check and a Police Check which we can help you apply for.
What kind of time commitment is needed?
This varies from role to role, some people who support our sustainability programs might help out once a month, some admin volunteers come in once a week, our Committee of Management volunteers commit to meeting once a month. There are many different ways you can get involved and we are happy to work around your availabilty.
Register your interest to volunteer
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ACH is committed to enriching the lives of community members by fostering inclusiveness, promoting postitive connections and supporting community intiatives.