Volunteer

We’re always looking for passionate volunteers to join our team in leading change. You’ll be making a genuine positive impact, while learning new skills, contributing to your local community and having fun. 

The best part? You don’t need any prior experience to get involved – just a desire to support people and make a positive change for individuals and communities across Australia.

Volunteer with Asista

The ASISTA mentoring program encourages personal development, new experiences and opportunities for young women and their mentors through fortnightly social and recreational activities. All mentor volunteers are provided with strong, ongoing support, training and supervision. Mentors are asked to commit to the program for a minimum of 12 months, with a requirement of two-six hours fortnightly face-to-face contact with your mentee. It is also essential to have a drivers licence and access to a car.

ASISTA is run in greater metropolitan Melbourne.

Volunteer with Youth Frontiers

YWCA Australia is currently seeking individuals to join our Youth Frontiers Program as Volunteer Youth Mentors. Mentors come from a variety of experiences and backgrounds but should all have a desire to support young people to reach their potential. This role requires a commitment to volunteering 1-2hrs each week during school hours, over a 6 month period. The volunteer placement is for a maximum 1 year period, with the potential to renew.

Click on your region below to find out more and/or apply for the Youth Frontiers volunteering opportunity.

Volunteer with Y Connect Corporate FLAG (NSW)

Are you a woman on non-binary person working in corporate Sydney who is passionate about the safety and rights of women, young women and girls? Now is your chance to join a network of passionate and creative women, change-makers and influential leaders, as our Y Connect Corporate FLAG is currently welcoming expressions of interest to join the group.

As a member of the Y Connect Corporate FLAG, you can:

  • build advocacy, event management and networking skills;
  • strengthen and extend your network of influential women;
  • connect with a global not-for-profit and have access to global development opportunities;
  • fundraise for YWCA programs and services;
  • promote gender equality and young women’s leadership; and
  • make a real difference in the lives of women, young women and girls in Australia.