Face to Face Volunteer Roles

Our programs are enriched by volunteers working alongside our clients

Face to Face Volunteer Roles 

Many of our volunteer roles are face to face, meaning they work alongside our clients either LGBTIQA young people or adults. They facilitate groups and assist staff in our youth programs.

Drop In Volunteerworking in our Drop In Centre (weekday afternoons) providing hospitality and social support to young people. Volunteers must be over 26.  

Groups Volunteer/Hostproviding hospitality and social support to clients who attend groups (usually Saturdays in Chippendale, and Wednesday evenings in Parramatta). Volunteers must be over 26 for groups specifically for young people, or over 18 for our other groups.

Group Facilitatorfacilitating social support groups for people over 18 (Social Saturdays). Undertaking Groups Volunteer/Host or Drop In volunteering is a prerequisite for further training to become a Group Facilitator. Volunteers must be over 18. As these programs use a peer support model, we also require volunteers to identify as LGBTIQA+.

Face to face volunteering not for you? See our other volunteer opportunities or make a donation to help us continue our work.

Other ways to make a difference

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Make a Donation

By donating, you can be confident that your money will be used to directly improve the lives of vulnerable or marginalised LGBTIQA+ people.

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Whether fundraising by yourself or with friends, at school or at work, you can make a difference. It’s fun and effective.

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Leave a Gift in Your Will 

Help us fulfill our vision and create opportunities for future generations by leaving a bequest in your will.