Berry Street asked me if I (along with a small team from ANZ) could assist them with an external review of this process to help inform them whether they were on the right track.
This video tells the story of Michael who worked in insurance for 13 years. Michael then went on to follow his passion and is now the manager of Open Heart International.
Every year at SEEK we are provided with a volunteer day where we can leave the office and choose to volunteer with an organisation of our choice. Last year, my team chose to volunteer as a group at the Royal Children's Hospital in the cancer ward.
I first started volunteering at the Centre when my children left home and I had retired. The initial decision was made because it was so close to home, but now it has become an integral part of my week.
Watch how Nat turned volunteering into a career and worked at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
I volunteer with an organisation called Family Life. Family Life perform a number of benefits to local communities in the Southern Suburbs of Melbourne but in broad strokes they fulfil a commitment to build stronger communities.
I decided that a great way to start my volunteering was to apply to St Vincent De Paul’s, a wonderful chain of op-shops that donate to the less fortunate.
I've spent almost 2.5 years volunteering at the Bendigo Historical Society helping to catalogue their collection. It has been a great experience. There's no better place to learn about the history of a town or place.
Grandparents Bill and Maree volunteer for Easy Care Gardening one day a week.
Hear from Mark how important volunteering is to his life and how exciting it will be to be a part of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
On a hot Monday in late February, the SEEK marketing team trekked to Clayton with the goal of using our volunteering day to help our less fortunate neighbours, The Sacred Heart Mission Meals Program in St Kilda.
I wanted to use my work/life experience and skills in a meaningful way to volunteer, so when I found the opportunity on SEEK to provide mentoring to an underprivileged child through the Smith Family, I knew it was the right choice for me.
We knew we were signing up for a physical challenge, but we didn’t realise the extent to which it would provide us with a mental challenge, team building experience, and how much we would really contribute to Oxfam.
I started being a volunteer in 1995 with a group called Kids camps. I was a street kid living in a youth hostel at the time and had no real direction till one of the youth workers asked if I wanted to help on one of these camps.
Birds and my love of the Australian bush have inspired me to be a volunteer for conservation and involved me in many projects over the last two decades.
My wife and I volunteer with Conservation Volunteers Australia, in Townsville. We have been with them for about 2 years, ever since we first arrived in Australia.
Wondering what it is like to volunteer? Volunteering for the first time can seem a bit overwhelming.