Volunteering Queensland outlines plan to advance volunteering following the release of a milestone study.

 After an incredibly tumultuous year that was 2020, National Volunteer Week, May 17-23 2021 will celebrate the commendable efforts of volunteers across the sunshine state with the Queensland Volunteering Awards as the premier event of the week.

Volunteering Queensland is set to release the inaugural State of Volunteering Report in Queensland during National Volunteer Week 17-23 May 2021

Volunteer organisations and emergency agencies came together recently as part of a ground-breaking approach to disaster volunteer management in our Region.

Volunteering Australia has launched an online Volunteering Resource Hub to help anyone who helps manage, lead or coordinate Australia’s almost six million volunteers. 

Volunteering Queensland revealed the recipients of the 2020 Queensland Volunteering Awards today in its first ever virtual awards program, ahead of International Volunteer Day this Saturday 05 December.

Volunteering Queensland announced that it, in partnership with Queensland Water and Land Carers, will be undertaking the inaugural State of Volunteering in Queensland report.  

Volunteering Queensland announced that it, in partnership with Queensland Water and Land Carers, will be undertaking the inaugural State of Volunteering in Queensland report.  

All political parties contesting the upcoming State Election have been asked by Volunteering Queensland to commit to funding that supports Queensland’s inspiring volunteers and volunteer organisations.

The Federal Budget has allocated no new funding to volunteering despite the devastating impact of COVID-19 restrictions.

Volunteers and organisations with volunteers will be able to access specialised resources about working during a pandemic, which have been developed by Volunteering Queensland.

Volunteers and organisations with volunteers will be able to access specialised resources about working during a pandemic, which have been developed by Volunteering Queensland.

The Palaszczuk Government has made more than 100,000 outbound phone calls to seniors across the state to find out how they are going and ask if the Care Army can help during the COVID 19 pandemic.

COVID-19 may be changing the way volunteers work, but Queensland volunteers continue to change lives and change communities in the face of the pandemic.