They serve on the Board of Directors and the Guild, and provide support for special projects.Each volunteer who provides regular Front Desk support at the Women’s Center has received training in interpersonal and communication skills, office management techniques, dealing with crisis calls, and how to research services not provided by the Women’s Center.Volunteering is a very rewarding experience and the reasons people volunteer are unlimited. If you would like to volunteer at the Women’s Center, please attend one of our volunteer orientations and get to know the organization.You can get started today by downloading the volunteer application below and then sending to Mischel Ostovich, volunteer coordinator, at [email protected] love to explore op shops for clothing and will never say no to an op-shop crawl. I'm an introverted person but I'll open up quickly once I get to know you. What I need more of in my life - netball, tennis, creative writing, travelling, adrenaline!The great thing about voluntary work is that, whatever you want to do, there is so much choice.
Men can volunteer to become White Ribbon Day ambassadors to promote the message, or get involved in fundraising activities. Wire is an information, support and referral service for women.
Safe Steps is a 24-hour service that provides emergency assistance to women and children who are escaping family violence.
Safe Steps is looking for: To donate, contact the admin line on 9928 9600 and make a time for items to be picked up or to be dropped off at an agreed location.
The Women’s Center could not develop its services without the invaluable assistance of its volunteers.
They answer telephones, provide peer counseling, schedule appointments, register clients for support groups and workshops, maintain a lending library at the Women’s Center, and provide on-call advocacy services.