Volunteer with VALID
Volunteering is an activity which takes place through not for profit organisations or projects and is undertaken:
- To be of benefit to the community and the volunteer;
- Both freely and by choice of the person volunteering
- Without remuneration or financial benefit
- In roles specifically set up for volunteers
VALID is looking for volunteers to assist us in the following programs:
- Events g. Having a Say Conference
- Peer Action Groups
Working for VALID
VALID is a community organisation that relies on a strong and vibrant workforce of both paid and unpaid workers.
Unpaid work at VALID falls into several categories.
- Voluntary work
- Unpaid work placement
- Citizen engagement
All volunteers will have a role in supporting VALID staff with activities or events as chosen by the volunteer or as allocated by their Program Coordinator. VALID will invite volunteers to attend orientation sessions relating to the program they are volunteering in. Orientation and access to training and development programs will be available for volunteers. find advocacy from another organisation. VALID can also help you to find a lawyer if you have a legal problem that an advocate cannot assist with. VALID encourages and supports student work placements or other forms of placements where this work has benefits to both the individual and the organisation.
If you are interested in volunteering in the Choice Mentor Program please go here
For more information about volunteering contact David Craig on 0455 477 005
Download a copy fo the Volunteer Information Booklet