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Become a volunteer


Volunteering can be a truly rewarding experience. Find out more about volunteering with ADEC and apply now.

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When you volunteer with ADEC you will make a difference in someone else's life as well as your own.

ADEC provides support to people with disabilities and their carers and families from different cultural backgrounds.

 ADEC has a range of  volunteer opportunities:

  • Fun Day Trip Volunteer
  • Special Friendly Visitor
  • Out of Home Respite (students)
  • Office Duties Volunteer

For information about our current volunteer positions please contact Myrta Hacon on (03) 9480 7000 (reception) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Some of the  Marketing volunteer opportunities are:

  • General marketing, copywriting & social media
  • Marketing with a web/digital focus 
  • Marketing with a graphic design focus

 

If you are interested in volunteering in our Marketing area, please contact Daniel Allen on (03) 9480 7000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Volunteer Application Forms

Please click here to download our Volunteer Application Form.

 Before joining an organisation ask yourself:

 Do I have sympathy with the values of the organisation?

  • Is this the type of role I want?
  • Do the roster days and hours suit me?
  • Will I be able to do the job?
  • Will this volunteering role contribute to my life goals?
  • Can I meet the commitment that is being asked of me?

 

 Rights and Responsibilities of Volunteers

Volunteers have the Responsibility to:

  • Be reliable in meeting all agreed volunteering obligations;
  • Be punctual and reliable in attendance;
  • Respect the confidentiality of all colleagues and clients;
  • Carry out the volunteering role to the best of their ability;
  • Be committed to the organisation, its values and philosophy;
  • Ask for support when it is needed;
  • Provide reasonable notice to any change in your ability to fulfil the role;
  • Undertake training that is required to fulfil the volunteering role;
  • Be accountable for all your efforts;
  • Value and support other team members;
  • Always behave in an ethical and responsible manner

 

Volunteers have the Right to:

  • Open information about the organisation for which you are volunteering;
  • Be in a safe and healthy working environment;
  • Orientation training appropriate to the volunteering role;
  • Be recognised as a valuable team member;
  • An agreed understanding of the role you will be undertaking;
  • Be covered by appropriate insurance;
  • Be advised of the manager you will be reporting to;
  • Receive ongoing supervision and feed back;
  • Be advised of any reimbursements you may be entitled to;
  • Say “No” to any request you believe may be inappropriate or dangerous


Students

If you are currently studying a related course and would like to expand your knowledge and experience, consider the benefits of working at ADEC.

Please contact Ian on (03) 9480 7000 (reception) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more about our student positions.


When you volunteer with ADEC you will make a difference in someone else's life as well as your own.

ADEC provides support to people with disabilities and their carers and families from different cultural backgrounds.

The benefits of volunteering are:

  • Make a difference to someone's life
  • Give back to the community
  • Develop new skills
  • Make new friends
  • Establish a community support network
  • Use a second language
  • Learn and spend time in another cultural setting
  • Learn about services in the community
  • Gain solid work experience and enhance your prospect of future training and employment opportunities

 

Click here for the Volunteers brochure.