Volunteer Opportunities, Lifeline Gippsland

pg31There are many ways of getting involved in volunteer jobs with Lifeline Gippsland. Volunteering is a great way to give something back to the community you live in, and by joining Lifeline Gippsland you can get real rewards by helping people in need. Ask the volunteers already in our team and they will tell you about the great sense of satisfaction and pride they get from helping people through their volunteer work.

As well as the volunteer roles we have for telephone crisis supporters, we also have other volunteer opportunities within the retail side of our business. Check out the ways you can get involved below.

Volunteer for Op Shops

Lifeline Gippsland has seven op shops spread out across the Gippsland region. We need reliable, friendly and self-motivated volunteers to join our Lifeline op shops team. Roles include serving customers and sorting and stacking donated items, including clothes, furniture and books. If you would like more information about volunteer work in a Lifeline Gippsland op shop, contact our friendly team.

Volunteer for Warehouse

Lifeline Gippsland’s warehouse is at the very heart of our business operations. Warehouse volunteers sort through the hundreds of donations every day, including clothes, furniture books and more. If you’re looking to give back to your community, have some spare time, or want to meet other volunteers and join a great team, then consider volunteering in out warehouse.

Volunteer jobs include rag cutting for our rag sales business, sorting deliveries and driving a truck for pick-ups and deliveries. No experience is necessary, but you must be reliable, punctual and self-motivated. If you would like more information about volunteer work in the Lifeline Gippsland Warehouse, contact our friendly team.

Volunteer Drivers

Lifeline Gippsland has three vehicles, two two-tonne trucks and a ute. Drivers and truck jockeys assist with pickups and deliveries in the local and metropolitan areas.  This is a volunteering position. Volunteers must have a standard car licence, be able to assist with loading and unloading, and be reliable, punctual and self-motivated.  If you would like more information about volunteer opportunities as a Lifeline Gippsland driver, contact our friendly team.