Volunteering

When Kurri Kurri Community Services first started out in 1983 we relied entirely on volunteers and, while the organisation has grown significantly and now runs multiple teams across numerous locations, even today we could not provide the level of service we do without those valued members of the community who give of their time to help. We really appreciate all our volunteers and the time and effort they give to selflessly support our clients and assist us in various projects.  KKCS is continually open to recruiting volunteers in the following positions:

  • Bus drivers
  • Care workers
  • Entertainers for community groups
  • Youth support workers

If you are interested in volunteering with KKCS please read the following documents which explain the procedure and the level of commitment.

Volunteer Recruitment Procedure

Volunteer Training Package

If, after reading this information, you’d like to join KKCS as a volunteer please complete the following application form. This will assist us in placing volunteers in a service appropriate to their skills and interests.

Volunteer Application Form

Please be advised that all prospective volunteers will have to undergo a Police Check and those interested in working with Children or young people will need to complete a Working with Children Check. Details of these two procedures can be found here:

Australian Federal Police Check (to be completed by all volunteer applicants)

Working with Children Check (only for those seeking to work with children to 18 years of age)