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Help us achieve our vision of a community where everyone can participate with dignity and hope.

There are plenty of ways you can help! Support us through donations, buying a gift, volunteering in our programs, working with us or joining us online.

Volunteer

We’re fortunate to have many compassionate people donate their time and energy to work alongside our team. Over 1,500 amazing volunteers help deliver critical programs to more than 52,000 people every year.

We have lots of great volunteer opportunities available now and are always on the lookout for more people to join us!

Make a difference

Help your community, develop skills and do something you are passionate about!

Give a gift

Buy a gift for a person in need and change a life. Browse our gift catalogue and choose your favourite gifts to donate. You’ll receive a card to personalise for your colleague, friend or loved one and we’ll deliver your gift to someone who needs it most right now.

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Help Victorians in need and receive a personalised gift card for a loved one.

Work with us

Have you considered a career with us? Use your skills to help Victoria’s most vulnerable people. We offer a range of great career options that make a real difference in our community.

So if you’d like to use your qualifications to improve the lives of others, we’d love to hear from you.

Employment

Align your personal values with professional development. See our current vacancies.

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News

Coroner’s Findings on the death of Patrick ...
On 13 November the Victorian Coroner's Court delivered its findings on the death of Patrick McCabe who was a client of Wesley Mission Victoria. A stat
Stories behind the paintbrush
Talented artists who participate in programs run by Uniting Wesley and Uniting Harrison have been selected to exhibit their works at the State Trustee
Older voices making waves
On Monday 23 October, the longest running uninterrupted interview program in the history of community radio, Listen to Older Voices, will go to air wi