Volunteer with Uniting

At Uniting, we act to have impact – and together we can do even more. Across Victoria and Tasmania, over 3500 people generously give their time to support our programs and services, making a huge difference in the lives of people in need and across local communities.

Do you want to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice?

There are a lot of ways you can volunteer your time, from visiting an older person in their home to sorting donated goods at our emergency relief centres. As a volunteer you can also share your passions and experiences to mentor artists with disability, spread your green thumb to a community garden, or simply enjoy a cuppa and a conversation.

Our services support children and families, people with disability, older people, and those experiencing mental illness, addiction and personal or emotional challenges. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed in our services.

As part of the Uniting team, you can make a difference in your community, share your skills and passions and share our vision for a safer, fairer, brighter, better future for all.

Express your interest in volunteering with Uniting, by completing the form below and we will be in touch soon.

Volunteers

Volunteer with Lifeline

You can volunteer your time and skills to Lifeline and help people in crisis. Volunteer Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporters undertake training that aims to develop practical skills and confidence in supporting Lifeline callers in their time of distress.

To register your interest in supporting Lifeline, get in touch with:

  • Lifeline Melbourne – 03 9666 1244
  • Lifeline Ballarat – 03 5322 4996