Volunteering Opportunities

Leep  connect people to volunteering opportunities and supports organisations to find the right volunteers. Contact Leep Volunteer Solutions to find the perfect volunteer match.

Want to list a volunteering opportunity in your organisation on communityNet? Complete the online form or email [email protected]

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Wollondilly Support and Community Care are seeking volunteers to assist with their Community Programs, including Food Services (Meals on Wheels), Senior Friendship Group (Social Support Group), Neighbour Aid (Individual Social Support), and Special Interest Groups.

martial arts class participants

Are you a positive and energetic person, committed to improving lives of young people and experienced in martial art/s? Would you love to facilitate a new youth group? New youth group program for all local young people in Auburn, starting in term 3. Group will run weekly on Thursday afternoons between 4.00-7.00pm.

maths teacher

Would you love to help young people of Asian backgrounds develop their Maths skills? Volunteer opportunity to tutor Maths to Year 7-10 students in a new maths tutoring program. Tutoring will occur in 1:1 sessions on a weekday between 4.00pm-7.00pm. Day is currently flexible depending on your availability.

people around a desk hands pointing to Join Us sign

Join our Board! Use your skills and knowledge to help address the digital divide for 1 in 5 Australians not online. Leep is a key influencer on delivering real change to people who are disadvantaged by not having the skills and confidence to be online safely. The voluntary Board role offers you the chance to be part of our drive for real social change.

Young volunteers help senior people on the computer. Young people giving senior people introduction to internet

Give people the power to be online and use technology! Become a Digital Mentor today. Everything is going online; without the skills to use technology, people are becoming more and more excluded from the modern world and all it has to offer. A digital mentor provides one-on-one support to help people learn about technology

young woman showing older woman how to use a program on a laptop

Would you love to share your digital skills and knowledge to assist seniors become more confident with their digital needs? As a Digital Mentor you can assist seniors to learn digital skills such as how to send an sms on a smartphone or how to email on a tablet or how to use a laptop to browse the net. 

man signing documents

Hawkesbury Library Service is developing a service with the help of volunteer JPs, who give their time once or twice a month at set times to act as an independent and objective witness to documents people use for official or legal purposes, such as oaths or affidavits and statutory declarations and affirmations.

meal delivery man at red door

Make a difference in your community, assisting people to live independently in their own home by delivering nutritious meals. Your role will be to take the meal/s to the customer's door in a timely and efficient manner while another volunteer is the driver. Volunteering for nutrition services doesn't require a big commitment and the rewards are high!

young woman and elderly lady shopping at a supermarket

Make a difference in the life of an older person gifting your time as a friendly face and listening ear, home visiting and assisting with shopping. Volunteer by providing social support with a community and development service in Blacktown. As a social support volunteer you will provide one on one support for frail, aged clients assisting with shopping