For information about volunteering opportunities

Phone: 9581 1187
Mobile: 0457 859 108
Fax: 9586 1187

Suite 12
Mandurah Lotteries House
7 Anzac Place Mandurah WA 6210

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Why Volunteer?

Volunteering or community service is fast becoming an essential part of a stand-out resume. Employers are looking for evidence of commitment, loyalty and a strong desire to contribute to the success of society all of which volunteering demonstrates. Since opening its doors in October 1993 the Peel Volunteer Resource Centre has supported the growth of a community that values and supports volunteering. If this could be your kind of thing why not sign up today? Click here to find out how

  • Meet new, like minded people.
  • Helping others – including families, young people, aged, animals and the environment.
  • Just retired? Utilise your skills and life experience.
  • Gain the experience, training, contacts and references that may help find paid employment.
  • Improve your own health, vitality and well being.
  • Above all – fun and enjoyment.

There are many reasons why people volunteer in their communities

The Universal Declaration on Volunteering best describes the values that PVRC follow and uphold – volunteering brings to life the noblest aspirations of humankind the pursuit of peace, freedom, opportunity, safety and justice for all people.

Connections can be made across differences that push us apart so that we can live together in healthy, sustainable communities, working together to provide innovative solutions to our shared challenges and to shape our collective destinies.

Please contact our Volunteer Referral Officers if you are interested in and able to be involved at

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Position of the Week


SES Volunteers

While the primary role of the SES is to respond to incidents involving floods and storms, it also provides crucial support and assistance to other emergency service organisations. SES is open to men and women with a reasonable degree of physical fitness and a passion to get involved within their community. Volunteers are required to attend call outs whenever possible.


  • attend emergency call-outs
  • attend training nights
  • undertake formal training eg first aid
  • wear appropriate clothing and maintain personal presentation
  • have respect for policies and procedures
  • have a positive attitutde
  • observe FESA values

Address: 6 Phillips Road, Pinjarra WA 6208

Time Required: Monday evenings 6-10pm. Some weekends – call outs as required

Duration: Long Term
Training: On the job training available – some nationally recognised quaifications.
Age Range: 22 to 50
Transport: No public transport available
Accessible: Yes
Urgent: No

If you are aged 18 & 75 and interested in this position, or are generally interested in volunteering, please call 9581 1187 or email to find out what we can do for you.