Volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.Anon.
Without our incredible volunteers, NRCA could not deliver its services.
A little means a lot to us at NRCA
NRCA are always keen to recruit new volunteers and will ensure appropriate training in the selected area of service and we actively encourage our volunteers to take advantage of external professional training sessions we will offer you such as: Workplace Safety, Manual Handling, Working with Dementia to name just a few.
All NRCA volunteers are covered by a specific insurance designed for volunteer workers, underwritten by insurers that understand the needs of the volunteer and the desire of professional organisations, such as NRCA, to protect their volunteers.
- Volunteering benefits the community as well as the volunteer
- Volunteering is always a matter of choice
- Volunteering is a legitimate way in which citizens can participate in the activities of their community
- Volunteering respects the rights, dignity and culture of others
- Volunteering promotes human rights and equality (source: Volunteering Australia)
“Volunteering not only enriches lives and strengthens our Community but benefits the volunteer through the knowledge you make a difference” Taylor..
Please consider volunteering today! For our Volunteer Registration form click here.
If you would like to speak with us before registering your interest, please telephone Helen on 9888 3380.