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Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community. Around 4.4 million Australians make a difference in their local community by volunteering each year, doing a wide range of tasks for a wide range of not-for-profit organisations. People volunteer for many reasons and in many different ways. There is a great deal of satisfaction that comes from making a difference.

You can experience working for causes that you are interested in, or assist in creating change in areas that are important to you. You can build new skills, meet new people and add variety to your work experience. One of the great things about volunteering is you get to spend time doing what you love.

There’s a wide range of organisations to become involved with and people are always needed to help, get involved and share their skills.

There are a wide range of volunteer opportunities for people to help out, get involved and share their skills in Mount Alexander Shire. To find out more about these opportunities, visit Volunteering Victoria.

You also can find volunteer roles advertised on Seek Volunteers.

Alternatively you can contact the following organisations:

• Mount Alexander Shire Council - Social Support Volunteers - 5471 1700
• Castlemaine Community House - 5472 4842
• Newstead Rural Transaction Centre - 5476 2407
• Maldon Neighbourhood Centre - 5475 2093
• Castlemaine Community House - 5472 4842
• Newstead Rural Transaction Centre - 5476 2407
• Maldon Neighbourhood Centre - 5475 2093

Seeking social support volunteers

If you enjoy spending time with older adults and people with disabilities you might like to join our fantastic team of Social Support Volunteers.

They provide support and companionship for isolated older people living in the community in a wide range of individual and group social programs and activities.

Good communication skills and a sense of humour are a must! If you have one hour or more per week free and would like to get involved, please contact us. Training is provided.For more information please contact Intake on 5471 1766.

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