Our volunteer referral officers at the Peel Volunteer Resource Centre are trained to cultivate inclusion and offer respect so you can be your authentic self.
BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
We strive to create inclusive and positive volunteer experiences and we encourage anyone of any age, gender, identity or background to apply.
We connect people to volunteering opportunities in the Peel Community regardless of:
- Disability Status
- Sexual orientation
- Cultural Background
Personalised support to find the right volunteer role for you
SEARCH OUR DATABASE CURRENT VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES:
Hundreds of voluntary roles available now including volunteering in schools, volunteering with animals, supporting the aged, helping children with disabilities, advocating for the homeless, supporting families and protecting the local environment – all in the Peel-Mandurah Region.
Even if you have had some challenges with your mental health, volunteering can still be for you. Volunteering can be great for mental health, to connect you to your community and even be a pathway to employment, if that is what you would like to do.
Linking volunteers with community organisations.
Empower by upskilling and supporting individuals and organisations.
Support vulnerable communities in the Peel and Mandurah region.
Funded by Volunteering WA and Dept of Social Service under the Volunteer Management Activity
The Peel Volunteer Resource Centre staff and volunteers acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on we work and live, the Bindjareb people of the Noongar nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present.