Volunteering is great way to get involved in your community, meet new people and gain new skills.
16.5% of the City of Bayswater population volunteers in some shape or form; caring for others, preserving the environment, contributing to the running of in excess of 200 local sporting and community groups, and much more.
The City recognises and values the substantial and ongoing contributions of volunteers as an integral part of our community wellbeing and offers a number of opportunities and supports.
The City has an active volunteer program that engages a number of volunteers across the following roles:
- Community Bus Drivers
- English Conversation Group Volunteers
- Program for Older Adults - Activity and Welcome Desk Volunteers
- Computer Teachers
- Coder Dojo Mentors
- Books on Wheels Volunteers
- Homebound Books Volunteers
- Age Friendly Ambassadors
- Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) members
- Community Events Volunteers
Opportunities to volunteer at the City are updated on this page when they arise.
Take a look at the following brochures for information on the City's volunteer program:
City of Bayswater Volunteer Handbook
Volunteering Opportunities with the City of Bayswater
Click on the links at the bottom of the page for more information on the City's volunteer program, or to search for volunteer opportunities, assistance and resources in the local and surrounding areas.
If you have any further questions, please contact us on (08) 9270 4107 or email email@example.com
Training and Support Volunteer Grants
The City supports local community organisations and volunteers through the provision of training and skills development workshops:
Community Upskillers program
Volunteer Recognition Grant - National Volunteer Week (Unavailable in 2020)
The City contributes up to $500 to support local community organisations to recognise their volunteer in line with National Volunteer Week.