Volunteering creates an opportunity for you to make a difference in your community, connect with your neighbours and share your skills with others.

You will gain a great deal of satisfaction from making a difference. You can volunteer in an area that interests you, learn new skills, meet new people and add variety to your work experience.

Around 4.4 million Australians make a difference in their local community by volunteering each year, doing a wide range of tasks for a wide range of non-profit organisations. If you are interested in volunteering, contact one of the listed agencies or follow-up on the opportunities we have listed below.

Young Humanitarians

Become a Young Humanitarian and contribute to the Red Cross organisation's dedication to tackling disadvantage and nurturing a more humanitarian society. For more information, visit Red Cross

Generate Volunteer Program

Generate is an eight-month training program that introduces passionate young people to the skills, experiences and knowledge they need to create significant change.

OakTree run one program in every state, with program sizes varying between 30 and 50. If you’re under 26 years, Generate is your platform to advocate, fundraise and campaign on behalf of the worldwide movement to eradicate extreme poverty.

For more information, visit The Oaktree

Help switch

If you are able to help your community by supporting the counsellors of the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard Victoria, they are currently seeking volunteers for a number of non-counselling roles.

For more information visit Gay and Lesbian Switchboard Victoria

St John Volunteer programs

St John offers a variety of volunteer programs throughout Australia and is always looking to grow their memberships. For more information, visit St John Volunteer

CFA Junior Volunteers

CFA has over 250 junior brigades across Victoria. Young people aged between 11-15 years old can join CFA as junior members through the Junior Volunteer Development Program. For more information visit CFA


FReeZA is an innovative youth development program providing young people between the ages of 12 and 25 with the opportunity to attend affordable and accessible music and cultural events.

FReeZA attracts over 140,000 young people each year to events that take place in safe, fully-supervised, drug, alcohol and smoke-free venues across the Victoria. For more information, visit FReeZA

I Can Do That

I Can Do That, Victoria's volunteering portal is an online community and information resource for Victorian volunteers and volunteering organisations. It's a website that aims to inform, support and inspire everyone involved in volunteering. For more information, visit I Can Do That