Our volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds and vary in age from the young to the young at heart.
Volunteering with us is a great way to learn new skills, meet people, participate in your community and have fun!
There are many volunteering opportunities at CBCHS, including:
Community Visitor Scheme Volunteers
Visit isolated residents at home or in aged care facilities through the government-funded Community Visitors Scheme. Visit the Community Visitors Scheme (CVS) page for further information on this program.
Support clients with group exercise programs such as hydrotherapy/swimming or strength training. Visit the Physiotherapy page for further information on this program.
Support for Adults with Disability
Help clients with activities at our day programs for adults with a disability. Visit the Adult Community Options (ACO) page for further information on this program.
Social Support Group Volunteers
Assist clients with activities and outings for older people. Visit the Social Support Groups page for further information on this program.
Volunteers can choose which service they wish to participate in and can give as much or as little time as they want.
All volunteers receive training and support at CBCHS.
How do I become a volunteer at CBCHS?
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 8587 0296 or complete the Volunteer Expression of Interest form below.
We will try to match you with the service that suits your area of interest.
Values we appreciate in our Volunteers
We value volunteers who are reliable, trustworthy and who show interest towards our clients.
CBCHS will provide a safe working environment, as well as a rewarding and fun experience.
For more information about becoming a volunteer, please call the Volunteer Coordinator on 8587 0296 or complete the online form below.