CENTACARE FAMILY SERVICES
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER SERVICE
Current Online Volunteer Opportunities
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, there are very few (if any) volunteer roles which can now be done (safely) via face-to-face interaction.
We have been researching available online volunteering platforms and programs that are calling for people to volunteer online and have found the following links.
Virtual volunteers work over the internet via computer, tablet or phone to provide their skilled service and time to support a cause that is important to them.
If you are wanting to engage in and contribute to something meaningful whilst at home, please peruse the list below.
https://govolunteer.com.au/volunteering/opportunity/149833/letters-of-care – Write a letter to a resident of Juniper Hillcrest in their Letters of Care program
http://volunteering.redcross.org.au/cw/en/job/495952?lApplicationSubSourceID= Australian Red Cross Telecross Opportunities
https://www.microvolunteeringday.com/volunteers.html – Over 220 bite-sized tasks that can be performed in under 30 minutes
https://volunteer.ala.org.au/ DigiVol is a crowdsourcing platform that was developed by the Australian Museum in collaboration with the Atlas of Living Australia. Decipher online collections, discover hidden archives and contribute to knowledge
https://www.northmidlands.org.au/creative-at-home North Midlands Project. A huge range of online activities that you can get involved in!
https://www.volunteer.com.au/volunteering?suitablefor=12 Seek Volunteer online opportunities across Australia
https://www.vollie.com.au/ Vollie – Volunteer. From Anywhere. Change the world from home. With skills you already have.
https://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/volunteer-us The State Library of South Australia needs your help to make their digital collections more accessible and more meaningful so that everyone can use and share them. You can help by becoming a digital volunteer.
As we become aware of more opportunities, we will update this post.