Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Banyule Community Health.
Volunteering is a great way to meet people, gain confidence and feel good about supporting the community. It's also a good way to build skills for work or share your experience with others.
Our volunteers help:
• Organise social groups and activities
• Provide administrative support to our staff teams
• Welcome clients to our social groups and support them in their activities
• Drive clients to appointments
• And much, much more!
Here are some of our volunteer programs:
Volunteer with the Angels
The 3081 Angels meet every Friday to collect, sort and delivery children’s goods from local community members to deliver to families in need. Can you spare a few hours a month to help?
Volunteer with Peer Connection
Peer Connection volunteers have either experienced gambling harm themselves or have been impacted by another person’s gambling and offer one to one telephone peer support to others who are still struggling to stop or control their gambling. Are you available for around 3 hours per week to support others?
Volunteer with ReSPIN
ReSPIN volunteer community educators have either experienced gambling harm themselves or have been impacted by another person’s gambling and share their story of gambling harm and recovery with community and corporate groups, health care services and the media to educate, influence change and decrease stigma. Interested in becoming a ReSPIN volunteer?
With the support of volunteers from all walks of life, we are able to continue to providing health and support services for our local community.
If you are looking for a volunteer role which is rewarding and provides a great service to the community, we would love to hear from you.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
To view the volunteer roles we’re currently recruiting for, please use the search bar on the left of the screen. You can search by program, interest area or location.
If you find a role that suits you, please apply online by clicking the link to our online application form.
If there isn’t a role that suits you, keep checking back in or have a chat with the Banyule and Nillumbik volunteer resource centre, Diamond Valley Volunteer Hub, at www.dvcsvolunteershub.com.au or by calling 9435 8282.
Please note that as a health and welfare service, we require our volunteers to:
- Be fully vaccinated for COVID-19
- Be vaccinated for annual Influenza (we offer this onsite)
- Have a satisfactory police check
- Adhere to our policies and procedures
- Attend training
- Speak with their supervisor about any questions, concerns or incidents
- Maintain client confidentiality
We look forward to hearing from you!
The team at Banyule Community Health
Feel valued and part of something bigger.
Banyule Community Health are committed to building healthy, inclusive and just communities.
Our values of dignity, quality and passion are not just words, they are evidenced in our daily work. Dignity in everything we do. Quality matters. It takes Passion.
We know that healthy communities need volunteers with diverse skills, knowledge and experience to support them.
We value our vibrant, strong community and welcome and encourage applications from all people. We embrace difference.
Banyule Community Health is a proud member of Volunteering Victoria.