Volunteers are a vital link in the provision of essential services for frail aged people and residents with disabilities within the City of Stirling. Find out about volunteering programs and how to get involved.
Volunteering at Stirling
We welcome your interest in volunteering with the City of Stirling. We strive to offer a wide range of rewarding opportunities to suit your interests, availability and skills.
The City of Stirling supports a diverse range of people and we are proud to offer a wide range of services designed to assist people living in our community.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our community at the City of Stirling. We have over 550 volunteers working across the City's 200+ services and the City would simply not run like it currently does without the tireless efforts of our volunteers.
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Adopt-a-Park is a community-led initiative, managed and coordinated by the City of Stirling. Go to Adopt-a-Park
Adopt a Street Tree
We’re now seeking residents within the City of Stirling to register their interest in this Program by becoming a ‘Street Tree Captain’ and/or ‘Street Tree Planting Volunteer’.
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The City of Stirling strongly encourages and supports the efforts of the two Coastcare groups and six Bushcare volunteer conservation groups whose combined efforts greatly assist the City in the restoration and management of our natural areas. Go to Conservation volunteers