Find the right volunteer opportunity
See the not-for-profit organisations and community groups offering volunteering opportunities to Queensland Government leaders.
|Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Humanitarian agency operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the purpose of providing individual and community development and disaster relief.
|Mentoring, volunteer and staff management (conflict and compliance), strategic planning, operations management, grant writing, leadership / management skills.|
|Australian Transgender Support Association Queensland Inc. (ATSAQ. INC)
Non-profit, non-government funded organisation. Providing support and information on all aspects of gender reassignment, for the general community and those who are experiencing difficulty with their gender identity.
|Governance, strategic planning, business planning, support with grant writing and development of strategies to access funding for ATSAQ priorities. Marketing assistance.|
|Benarrawa Community Development Association
Community development, assistance and service hub assisting multicultural community members in all areas of social integration.
|Management Committee (governance), business planning, community development.|
|The Brisbane Tramway Museum
Historical cultural provider with content rich offerings and material that offers a variety experiences for the community including a Men’s Shed.
|Business strategy and scaling, succession planning.|
|Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ)
Non-profit organisation strengthening community associations, delivering leadership training, creating employment pathways and raising awareness of the benefits of cultural diversity.
|Mentoring support, business strategy, leadership and mentorship skills, developing effective processes.|
|Global Sanctuary Inc.
Non-profit charitable organisation aiming to ensure smooth and positive integration in Australia and a safe environment for orphaned children, widows, victims of wars and natural disasters overseas.
|Governance, marketing, strategic and business planning, develop senior government networks, mentoring opportunities.|
Community based, non-government organisation representing the interests of people affected by, or at risk of viral hepatitis.
|Mentoring, advice and support for stakeholder engagement. Developing community and government connections. Business planning.|
|Jabiru Community Youth & Children’s Services
Community-based not-for-profit organisation empowering and supporting children and young people, their families, schools, and communities.
|Mentoring higher level management, policy and business development, strategic planning.|
|Kurbingui Youth Development
Not-for-profit community service organisation supporting around 13,600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
|Mentoring, networking, developing leadership and management skills.|
|Open Doors Youth Service
Youth homelessness and support service enriching the lives of young people with diverse genders, sex, sexualities, and bodies.
|Strategic planning, business planning, community engagement, web design/social media/events management.|
|Pacific Islands Council of Qld Inc.
Peak body for Pacific Islands Communities. Ensuring their voices are heard, and they are empowered to achieve their social, economic and cultural aspirations, and become valued as positive.
|Advice and support on how to organise or develop the management and governance structure of the community organisation.|
|People Power Services Ltd
Supporting employment for disadvantaged people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
|Mentoring CEO and other board members, strategic and business planning, marketing support, writing tender applications.|
Providing evidence-based sport and art programs to disadvantaged Australians to create socially inclusive, life-changing opportunities.
|Governance, marketing, strategic and business planning, networking with senior government leaders.|
|Red Hill Community Sports Club
Formally just a bowls club, now a community hub with over twenty charity, not-for-profit and school groups using the facility regularly.
|Business development and scaling, facility upgrades.|
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Contact the Public Service Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (07) 3003 2854.