Information for leaders of volunteers
Information, resources and useful links for those leading volunteer programs.
Volunteering Australia is the national peak body for volunteering. Their mission is to lead, strengthen, promote and celebrate volunteering. Check out the Volunteering Resource Hub where you can find a range of evidence-based, best practice resources to support effective volunteer engagement.
Volunteering Victoria is the state peak body for volunteering. Their focus is on advocacy, sector development and the promotion of volunteering.
Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law program is a national legal service, offering legal advice, information, resources and tools and training for not-for-profit organisations.
SEEK Volunteer is Australia’s largest free online source of volunteer opportunities. The platform provides an easy pathway for people to connect with the right volunteer opportunity.
Professional development and networking
Environmental Volunteer Managers Network in the North
The Environmental Volunteer Managers (EVM) Network in the North is a newly established network facilitated by the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. The network is inclusive of the City of Darebin and various neighbouring Councils. Environmental volunteering or volunteering for nature includes activities that involve caring for landscapes, waste and recovery, energy and climate change, sustainability, citizen science and wildlife care. Representatives from local LGAs and key agencies, and representatives from local community groups who engage environmental volunteers are all encouraged to participate. The network will kick-off with an event in May. For more information about the event or the network, use the contact details below.
Phone: 0428 104 037
Volunteer Programs Officer
Phone: 03 8470 8715