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COVID-19 emergency support volunteering

As community cases continue to rise additional volunteers may be needed to provide support

In times of crisis, Australians love to help.

Volunteering can provide crucial support to people in the community who are impacted by an emergency. That's why we're calling on all people who can lend a hand to register their details to become a volunteer.

How you can help

  • Delivering supplies
  • Providing essential transport (doctor's appointments)
  • Urgent household maintenance
  • Welfare checks (eg, phone call or text)

How it works

Register your details

Submit your details to our emergency support volunteer list. You can opt in and out of any current campaigns and set your availability.

Your details are passed along

We'll pass on your details to verified organisations in your area in need of volunteers following an emergency.

Organisation contacts you

When available, the organisation will offer volunteer opportunities. Recovery can take weeks, months or even years and volunteers are the most valuable part of this.

COVID-19 volunteer registration

If you're interested in supporting others through volunteering during this emergency, please submit your details to our database. From there we will pass your details on to organisations needing assistance in your area.

If you are not from WA or NSW please register at the corresponding websites: ACT, QLD, SA & NT, VIC, TAS

Currently registering for NSW and WA

Other spoken languages (optional)

If you speak any other languages apart from English, please specify

How you think you can help

Choose as many activities you would be happy to perform safely, consistent with current physical distancing advice .

Please ensure you have read the Terms of Participation before submitting your registration.

Recruit Volunteers

Are you an organisation in need of volunteer assistance? Nominate your organisation to receive access to emergency support volunteers.

Nominate your organisation