City of Subiaco - Volunteering
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Volunteering

Volunteers are an important link in the Subiaco community and their contribution to the city’s programs and projects is highly valued. By volunteering, you can show that you care for your community, are keen to make a contribution to the lives of others and want to connect with new people.

There is also a broad range of community organisations within the City of Subiaco, many of which are actively seeking volunteers. Whether you're interested in the environment, health and wellbeing, sport and recreation, arts and culture or community services, there is a volunteering opportunity for everyone. You can contact the city to find out about local community organisations looking for volunteers.

If you would like to explore further, use Seek Volunteering Australia to browse thousands of volunteering roles across Australia, or visit Volunteering WA to find a position.

Volunteering at the City of Subiaco

Our volunteers help deliver services in a diverse range of areas from community and cultural services to environment and sport and recreation.

Open volunteer roles at the City of Subiaco

Currently all volunteering positions at the City of Subiaco are full. Please see the information above about using Seek Volunteering and Volunteering WA to find a role, or visit the pop-up Volunteer Resource Centre (information below).

Pop-up Volunteer Resource Centre

Commencing on Wednesday 26 July 2017, the City of Subiaco will operate a pop-up Volunteer Resource Centre (VRC) out of Subiaco Library. The VRC will be open from 10.30am to 1.30pm every Wednesday and will be run by an experienced volunteering resource officer who knows everything there is to know about volunteering in the local community. This one-stop service will provide free, friendly information about volunteering and local volunteer positions available, and will assist you in finding a suitable role. Visit the VRC and join your community in having a stake in the $9.9 billion shared wellbeing benefit experienced by Western Australian volunteers.