Since 1987 our organisation and our community has benefited from the generosity of community volunteers. Currently, we have a workforce that includes more than 120 active volunteers in our 3 shires.


We have a small fleet of well equipped “Community Cars”  that are driven by volunteers on a roster basis. We also reimburse volunteers who drive their own vehicles on our behalf, a per kilometre rate to cover the cost of fuel and vehicle maintenance,  and for any out of pocket expenses. Privately owned vehicles must be comprehensively insured and suitable to transport frail elderly or disabled people.


If you are a good driver, and have a roadworthy vehicle that will comfortably transport a frail or disabled person, or if you can commit to drive a Community Car on a roster basis, please contact the office for more information.


We also have volunteer bus coordinators, and bus attendants. Our volunteer bus coordinators and attendants work with the bus driver to ensure the smooth running of the trip, the safety of passengers on and off the bus, and to plan social outings and shopping trips.


Without the generosity of community volunteers we couldn’t provide the level of services needed in our region. If you think you could work in a team to assist those in need we would like to hear from you! Please contact the office  for more information.


You may want to download the Volunteer recruitment flyer available on the publications page.

 

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