The Armidale Volunteer Referral Service assists people wishing to become actively involved in their local community. Volunteering can provide you with valuable work experience, a chance to contribute to community life, the opportunity to meet new people and allow you to learn new skills.
The AVRS was established in 1998 and is auspiced by Armidale Regional Council. Funding is provided through the Department of Family and Community Services.
Find the right volunteer position for
The Armidale Volunteer Referral Service can help you find a volunteer position that will suit your skills and interests. If you’re undertaking training in a community field it’s also possible to help you find a volunteer role that will give you experience in the area you would like to work. To find out about the latest volunteer positions and for more information about volunteering call Jane on 6770 3838, or email email@example.com
Volunteering Armidale Newsletter June 2018 (PDF 1.6MB)
NSW Volunteer of the Year Award 2018
Nominations are now open for the 2018 NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards!
The NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards is an annual program launched in 2007 by The Centre for Volunteering to recognise the outstanding efforts of the 2 million+ volunteers in NSW, and to promote the importance of volunteering to the community. The Awards are a celebration of the amazing commitment and achievements volunteers make in our communities and a chance for us to come together to give our thanks. The Awards acknowledge the efforts of thousands of volunteers, volunteer managers, volunteer involving organisations and corporates in bringing about social change through volunteering. In 2017, we recognised close to 110,000 volunteers across NSW and this year we hope to acknowledge even more.
Jane Davies - AVRS Coordinator
P: 02 6770 3838
For more information on volunteering visit http://www.volunteeringaustralia.org/
Published on 10 May 2016