City of Subiaco - Volunteering
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Volunteering

Volunteering is one way you can show you care for your community, are keen to make a contribution to the lives of others, and want to connect with new people.

Act Belong Commit - Volunteering for Health and Happiness.

There are a 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 to suit everyone.

The City of Subiaco has a number of programs and projects where volunteers make regular and valued contributions.The City's volunteers help provide services across a range of areas including seniors activities, library, museum, environment, and recreation. All vacant City of Subiaco volunteer positions are advertised via Volunteering WA. 

Find a Volunteer Role

COVID-19 Emergency Support Volunteering

Volunteering can provide crucial support to people in the community who are impacted by an emergency. That’s why Volunteering WA are calling on all people who can lend a hand to register their details to become a volunteer.

How you can help:

  • Welfare checks
  • Urgent household maintenance
  • Delivering supplies
  • Pick-up and drop-off of medications/groceries
  • Essential transportation

How does it work? Register your details with Volunteering WA, they pass your details onto organisations in your area, and when available, organisations will offer you volunteering opportunties.

Are you an organisation in need of volunteer assistance? Register you interest to receive access to emergency support volunteers. Register now with 
Volunteering WA.

Volunteer Resource Centre 

The City has implemented some changes to upcoming events and programs in response to WA Department of Health’s advice regarding COVID-19. As a result this program has been suspended. Read more.

At this stage, the Pop-up VRC is suspended until the end of April at which time the organiser will reassess the situation. Any questions about volunteering please contact Nedlands Volunteer Resource Centre on 9273 3640 or volunteering@nedlands.wa.gov.au 

Volunteer Resource Centre's are run out of the Nedlands, Claremont, Subiaco, and The Grove (Peppermint Grove) Libraries. This one-stop service is staffed by an experienced Volunteer Resource Officer who can provide you with information about volunteering, local volunteer positions available, and can assist you to find a suitable role. 

Visit the Subiaco Volunteer Resource Centre - Wednesdays, 10.30am to 1.30pm, Subiaco Library.
​For more information or to make an appointment please visit the City of Nedlands Volunteer Resource Centre website.