Volunteers

Most RSAC activities from office assistance, fundraising BBQ’s to holidays and program support rely almost entirely on volunteers.

Around 80 volunteers make up the workforce including parents, carers, siblings, community members and supporters from various backgrounds.

Some have volunteered for over 30 years and most have a weekly activity they support.

More volunteers are always needed and welcome. RSAC’s diversity of activities rely on volunteer support.

Volunteering

What do volunteers do?

As a community based organisation, RSAC rely entirely on volunteers to manage and run its diverse range of activities. Without these dedicated helpers it could not function.

Volunteers are always welcome and needed. Tasks will be matched to the skills, abilities and availability of the volunteer. Training and support is provided before and during service.

Both qualified and experienced coaches and volunteers who would like to assist with coaching and are prepared to undertake formal training to accreditation standard are vitally important to our programs. RSAC provides reimbursement of volunteer coach training costs after completion of the course and also runs some courses to meet our volunteer trainer needs.