Southern Peninsula Community Support and Information Centre (SPCSIC) relies on a dedicated team of volunteers to deliver the majority of our services. Our volunteers are people from the local area who have great knowledge and understanding of their community and are willing to contribute their time and skills to the day-to-day operation and management of the Centre. Volunteers enable us to provide assistance to the community that we would otherwise be unable to attempt and they bring a wealth of skills and abilities much appreciated at SPCSIC. Our goal is to provide a happy, challenging and fulfilling environment for our volunteers.
There is a wide range of volunteer roles available, which can be matched to individual interests and skills. With the exception of Community Support Workers, most roles require only on-the-job training. Our volunteers provide: reception duties, support to clients in crisis, comprehensive information and referral, completion of forms, Tax Help, Fresh Food program, No Interest Loan Scheme, general maintenance and gardening at the centre, administrative and data entry, statistical information collection, practical action, advocacy and negotiation, governance and management and so much more!
For further information on volunteering with SPCSIC please contact the SPCSIC Volunteer Support Coordinator or download the Volunteer Application Pack below.