Our volunteers are crucial to our core business; in turn, they get the chance to grow their skills and develop their workplace expertise. Our volunteers help manage the office, coordinate activity enrolments, run activities, keep the Centre looking good, and even serve on our Committee. In a million ways both large and small, our volunteers support our staff, members and visitors on a daily basis. We couldn’t function without them!
If you would like to be considered for volunteering at our Centre please contact us for a Volunteer Expression of Interest form via email@example.com This will help us know what skills you have and what areas you are interested in. Once a vacancy is available you will be invited to an interview. All Centre volunteers must be willing to undergo a Police Check (organised by the Centre) and for some positions may also require a working with children check.
BECOME A MEMBER
The CDCC is a not-for-profit association, registered with Corporate Affairs Victoria. This registration provides the legal status for the Centre to conduct its activities and affairs and to fulfil its mission for the benefit of the local community.
For the Centre to operate effectively it needs a broad membership base, drawn from local residents and those in the surrounding region. In particular, those who have an interest in developing and strengthening the community.
A strong membership base will provide a connection with local residents and better inform the Centre's response to community needs and aspirations.
Joining up is easy
Residents and those with a direct connection with the local community can become a member of the Association by completing a membership form and returning to the Centre with payment of membership fee. Hard copies are available from the Centre. The annual membership fee is $10 for an individual member, or $15 for a family membership.
Please note: member benefits can only be used once your application is accepted by the board.
How do members benefit?
Becoming a member of the Association assists the Centre with its community development work, providing a range of neighbourhood house and adult education programs. The benefits include:
News updates and early advice about courses and activities
Discounted program fees
Invitations to special events and functions held at the Centre including members function/s
Eligibility to nominate and elect Board of Management members
Voting rights at the Annual General Meetings and any Special General Meetings
Involvement on sub-committees of interest; to assist with specialist work and projects
Have your say in future directions of CDCC by being involved in consultation processess
What else do I need to know?
A copy of the Centre's most recent Annual Report and Rules of Association are available on line for you to read. Hard or soft copies can be provided on request. The Centre also has a Code of Conduct which all staff, volunteers and members must adhere to.
We’d love to hear from you! For further information on becoming a member or other opportunities for involvement with the Centre, contact the Centre or the Manager on 5678 0777 or firstname.lastname@example.org