Who We Are
Who We Are
Volunteering Geelong also provides a referral service for volunteers looking for volunteer roles and organisations looking for volunteers.
Volunteering Geelong has relocated to the St Mary's Terrace Community Hub (192a Myers St). The Hub was recently developed by Common Equity Housing Limited. Volunteering Geelong manages the space located in central Geelong. It provides community organisations, commercial businesses and individuals with meeting, training and event spaces for hire at a low cost. Check out our brochure for more information.
There are spaces for workshops, seminars, talks and meetings accommodating up to 50 people. There is also a consultation room for private meetings, interviews or one on one catch ups.
Volunteering Geelong is governed by a Board of Governance with members representing community and corporate organisations and community volunteers.
President Anthony Aitken
Vice-President Grant Hawkins
Secretary Sonia McCabe
Treasurer Sandy Bell
Ron Andrews, Zoe Waters, Belinda McPherson, Jeff Cooke & Sue Cartwright
Acting Manager - Jason Doherty
Operations Manager - Lucinda Tucker
Training Manager - Alison Duff
Deidre, Margaret, Kay, Pat, Phyllis, Frank, Joanne, Judy, Yvonne
What we do
What we do
To support a region where individuals feel motivated to volunteer, have the opportunity to contribute their time, skills and knowledge and are supported and encouraged to enjoy a rewarding volunteering experience.
As a leading provider of volunteering services, we will coordinate, promote, support & strengthen volunteering in our community to enhance the health & well being for people within the region.
Volunteering Geelong works with people to facilitate opportunities for volunteering, organisations to assist the development and management of volunteering and innovations to further enhance and promote the role and importance of volunteering within our community.
2014-15 Volunteering Geelong Annual Report PDF 1509KB
Volunteering Geelong supports volunteering within the Geelong region across five municipalities – Colac Otway, Golden Plains, Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe and Surf Coast.