Lifeline Appeals for Volunteers
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Lifeline Geelong and we are always keen for new people to work with them in providing valuable services for many in the Geelong community.
You can become a volunteer in two ways:
“It’s not just Telephone Crisis Supporters we are looking for, people don’t have to go on the phones to help out. People can be part of the Lifeline family by undertaking a range of important roles,” says Lifeline spokesperson Sharon Gibson.
“We need people to work in shops, sort clothing, drive trucks, empty clothing bins, the list goes on. And if you can’t get involved, then mention it to your friends. Word of mouth is one of Lifeline’s best recruitment methods.”
If you or someone you know is in need of support for an emotional crisis, call Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Lifeline Geelong is always looking for volunteers to help out in Op Shops throughout Geelong. Op shop volunteers can help in many ways whether it is customer service, sorting clothing, driving trucks and emptying clothing bins.Volunteers are a major part of Lifeline’s activities and we rely on the invaluable support our community can provide whether…
Geelong Lifeline on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036 welcomes interest from people wanting to train to become a volunteer telephone crisis support person. This is a valuable and rewarding role and we provide the guidance and nationally recognised training you need for this job.