Volunteer with CARAD
CARAD is a volunteer led organisation. We currently have over 150 volunteers donating their time, expertise and skills to positively contribute to the lives of asylum seekers, refugees and detainees. There are a range of volunteer opportunities available including both long term and short term volunteer commitments.
Follow the links below for more details about our volunteering opportunities:
Volunteer Program Documentation
All volunteers should be familiar with the Volunteer Code of Conduct.
We have also developed a Volunteer Handbook which we hope will provide helpful guidance for your Volunteer Roles. Please take some time to read through it if you are an active volunteer or considering volunteering.
Interested in Becoming a CARAD Volunteer?
Come to one of our information sessions, held at the CARAD office. During the session you will learn about our organisation, the specific volunteer roles we have available and the process for becoming involved. You will be provided with all Volunteer Application forms at the information session. After attending an information session, volunteers will then be eligible to participate in a ‘Building Bridges’ Training Course.
Information Session dates:
It is compulsory for all new volunteers to please attend a Volunteer Information Session prior to the volunteer training, 'Building Bridges'.
2019 Volunteer Information Sessions are now scheduled:
Tuesday evening, February 5, from 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Wednesday lunchtime, February 6 from 12.00pm to 1.00pm
To get your free ticket for an upcoming session please click the link below:
'Building bridges' training:
This training is available for all new volunteers who have completed an Information Session and is a requirement for consideration for Volunteer Opportunities. Please submit your completed Volunteer Application Forms to register for this training. Completed Volunteer Application Forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org to register your attendance.
The next 'Building Bridges' training will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, February 26 and 27 (attendance of both nights is essential to successfully complete the course and become an active volunteer)
CARAD information sessions are open to anyone interested in learning more about volunteering at both CARAD and ASeTTS asetts.org.au. Information about volunteering opportunities at both organisations will be provided.
To attend an information session press the ‘Book Now” button above.
Logging Volunteer Hours
To log your volunteer hours, please email email@example.com on a monthly basis with your volunteering dates and hours.