Volunteers are a vital link in the provision of essential services for frail aged people and residents with disabilities within the City of Stirling. They contribute a wealth of skills, experience and time. Find out how you can get involved.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering is an activity that benefits the community as well as the volunteer.

Volunteers, along with staff, are recognised members of a team and are encouraged to contribute ideas and have input toward the service provision.

Training provides volunteers with the necessary skills and knowledge to undertake their role confidently and without risk to themselves or others.

Volunteering should not incur a cost to the volunteer and all authorised expenditure will be reimbursed. Insurance is provided to all volunteers for personal injury, loss of income and motor vehicle cover. Sound risk management strategies are in place to protect the safety and wellbeing of the volunteers and clients.

 

Interested in Volunteering?

Please complete the form below.

 Expression of interest form.pdf

 

Volunteering opportunities

Please note that the Stirling Volunteer Services office will be closed from Friday 23 December 2016 until Tuesday 3 January 2017.

Volunteers are a vital link in the provision of essential services for people living in the City of Stirling; especially those people who are socially isolated, elderly, living with a disability or new to our community.

Below is a list of the current volunteer vacancies at the City of Stirling: (please note if there are no activities listed there are currently no available volunteering roles)

​Volunteer ActivityTime​Description​

The below link provides an overview of volunteering positions at the City. Many of these positions are filled. For a list of current volunteer vacancies please see the above table.

Volunteer opportunities with the City of Stirling

 

Community Tree Planting Program

We're now seeking residents within the City of Stirling to register their interest in this Program by becoming a 'Volunteer Tree Captain' and/or 'Volunteer Tree Planter' for the 2016 panting season.
Go to Community Tree Planting Program

 

Conservation volunteers

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

 

External Volunteering opportunities

For external volunteering opportunities within the City of Stirling please contact the Volunteering WA Stirling Hub, based at the Osborne Community Centre. Operating hours: Thursday and Friday, 9am to 3pm. Contact Keith on 0429 458 613 or email keith@volunteeringwa.org.au  or alternatively visit the Volunteering WA website www.volunteeringwa.org.au

 

Contact us

Please note that the Stirling Volunteer Services office will be closed from Friday 23 December 2016 until Tuesday 3 January 2017.

If you would like to join the team, please contact the Volunteer Services Coordinator on (08) 9205 8929 or Community Services on (08) 9205 8579, or email stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au