Make a difference in your community.
Support adults and children with disability

From helping out at recreational weekend camps for children to providing companionship to an adult with disability, supporting creative art activities or assisting with administration tasks, we have a wide variety of great volunteer roles available now across our Disability Services programs. No matter how much or how little time you have to spare, we’d love your help to involve clients in their local community and learn new skills!

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Provide care and support for a child or young person
Volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne
Make a difference in the life of an older person
Support our crisis centres

We need regular volunteers across our two crisis centres in Ringwood and Footscray to help sort, restock and shelve food donations. This activity peaks in November and December, during our annual Food for Families appeal, and we welcome your expressions of interest all year round to assist us in the weeks leading up to Christmas. You can also make a real difference in the lives of individuals and families needing assistance by supporting us in administrative or driving roles.

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Corporate volunteering


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