As a Member of Volunteering Services Australia you will have access to:

  • Volunteer Recruitment
  • Volunteer Manager Meetings
  • Training and Workshops
  • Volunteer Recognition
  • Event Support and Promotion
  • Member Advocacy
  • Newsletters and industry information
  • Consultancy
  • National Standards

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Our specialist team support not-for-profit organisations through our tailored Membership programs. Ask how we can support your organisation.

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A bit about our Members

Able Australia is a not-for-profit organisation focused on delivering high quality community support services to people living with multiple disabilities. 

Operating in various locations including regional Queensland and Tasmania. VSA has developed a strong relationship with the Jimboomba based branch of Able, referring numerous volunteers in support of their services. Able Ipswich, encouraged by the success in Jimboomba, also joined VSA as a member with great results on volunteer referrals, and we are proud to announce that Able Tasmania has also joined the partnership.

The National Trust of Australia is a membership-based community organisation that works to promote the natural, indigenous and cultural heritage of Queensland.

Its main focus is to encourage the community to preserve significant places, wildlife and stories, as well as to enjoy cultural experiences and educational services. NTA (Q) relies heavily on volunteer assistance and values their significant contribution to daily operations.

The St Vincent de Paul Society’s 40,000 members and volunteers work hard to assist people in need and combat social injustice across Australia.

People who are being assisted by conference members are often provided with furniture, clothing and household goods free of charge through the Society’s Vinnies Centres.

House with No Steps is a leading organisation providing support to people with a disability to live a good life as valued members of their community.

A broad range of support and disability services is provided to people with intellectual, mental health, sensory and physical disabilities to achieve their goals and fulfil their potential.

Beaucare provides a broad range of community services. These include child care, family support, youth development, services for the frail aged and people with a disability and community centre coordination.

The Council sets the vision and strategic direction for the City of Ipswich and is also responsible for setting the Council’s organisational structure.