If you’re too busy to volunteer regularly, you could try volunteering at an annual event during the year.
Like all kinds of volunteering, helping out at an annual event can help you:
- gain new skills and experiences
- meet all kinds of people.
Here's a list of some annual events where you can volunteer.
For more organisations seeking volunteers, and tips about getting into volunteering, visit Volunteer.vic, the Victorian Government's volunteering website.
Help raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation. Organise your own World's Greatest Shave Day or just participate in their annual event.
Get involved by collecting donations, holding an event to raise money or helping out in the phone rooms during the Appeal.
National Harmony Day is a chance to celebrate our diverse country. You can organise your own event, participate in Harmony Day events or even just wear orange for the day.
Become a volunteer and participate in the door knock collection to raise money to help people affected by emergencies.
Get together with your schoolmates or workmates, or join a local clean-up crew and help to collect rubbish and clean up your local community.
Volunteer to sell merchandise to help this foundation help children and young people with a life-threatening illness by granting their most cherished wishes.
Help raise money for Oxfam by taking part in an organised event, organising your own or volunteering to help out on the day.
Run by The Cancer Council, this fun event helps raise funds for cancer research. Organise a morning tea event at your school or workplace.
Major fundraising event for Cystic Fibrosis in Australia (CF), based on the story of a little boy who could not pronounce his sister's condition and instead called it ‘65 roses’. Buy or sell wristbands, ribbons, pens or pins to help raise funds for CF.
Join more than 1,000 people for a fun night at the iconic MCG. Sleep on a cardboard box in solidarity with young people experiencing homelessness and raise vital funds to support Melbourne City Mission.
This event is organised by the Starlight Foundation to raise funds for children and families who live with serious illness and hospitalisation. Help out by selling merchandise or holding your own fundraising Star Party.
Raise money to support Red Nose. Get involved by volunteering to sell raffle tickets or red noses, or by buying and wearing a red nose.
Help out by planting native trees and shrubs at a Tree Day site in your local area to provide food and shelter for Australia's wildlife, increase native biodiversity and combat habitat loss.
Major fundraiser for the Children's Medical Research Institute. You can help out on Jeans for Genes Day in your workplace or school or by helping to collect donations or selling Jeans for Genes Day products.
Help to raise money for poor communities. Go without food, technology, furniture or something else that really matters to you.
Volunteer to sell merchandise on Daffodil Day to raise money for cancer research.
Grab your friends and join the quest to conquer cancer and support the 84 Victorians each day who hear the words, ‘You have cancer’.
Information from the Victorian Government for volunteers and volunteer organisations.
Find out about volunteering opportunities near you and how you can get involved.
General information about volunteering and a directory of volunteer opportunities in your area.