Western Port Community Support

Western Port
Community Support

Our Volunteers

"No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another. Thank you." ~Author Unknown

Our volunteers are very special people.  They come from all different walks of life and bring with them a wide variety of experience and skills. Irrespective of their background, the one thing they have in common is the desire to help others within the community.

Our volunteers are all fully trained and perform roles in reception, community support work and administration.  Other roles include brochure distribution, promotional activities or assisting with community events such as our annual Christmas Hamper distribution.

All our volunteers have found that becoming involved with the centre as part of a focused and dedicated team has given them new personal opportunities, newfound confidence and skills, plus the personal satisfaction of simply being involved in their local community.

Becoming a Volunteer

Volunteering is something that has no time limit; you can volunteer as much or as little as you would like or have time for and still feel some type of fulfilment from it. 

Anyone who wishes to become a volunteer is invited to attend an initial interview with our Volunteer Coordinator.

All new volunteers begin as receptionists in order to become familiar with the centre and the day to day operations. Volunteers may be given an opportunity during this time to undertake a 50 hour accredited training course to become a community support worker (CHCCS6B Assess and Provide Services for Clients with Complex needs).There are also ongoing training sessions provided for all volunteers throughout the year.

If you are interested in becoming a WPCS volunteer, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Georgia directly on (03) 5979 2762. 





Our Volunteers