William Campbell Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live and work. We pay respect to their Elders – past, present and future.

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9am - 5pm

(Excluding Public Holidays)

Becoming a Volunteer.

Becoming a WCF Volunteer

We are always looking for those special people who are willing to give their time to children and young people. 

What are some of the programs Volunteers can be involved in?

 

  • SWAG (Strength, Well-being, and Growth) Camps

  • Kids Club

  • Learner Driver Supervision

  • Mentoring

  • Events

  • and more!

If you feel you have something to offer to our children and young people that could benefit them we encourage you to fill out an enquiry form or give us a call. Sometimes our volunteers support the above programs and other times they offer something new and different to the children and young people e.g. tutoring. 

SWAG Camps

 

WCF facilitates SWAG camps that run every term for our kids. SWAG stands for Spiritual, Well-being, and Growth. Over half of our kids engage in Kids Club and SWAG Camps and the numbers continue to rise as word gets out. 

WCF's SWAG Camps and Kids Clubs focus on promoting Christian values, building self-esteem and self-worth, supporting healthy and positive relationships and having fun! 


As you can imagine, these camps need a lot of support to run smoothly and effectively. We are interested in volunteers in areas such as: 
 

  • Transport

  • Supervision

  • Set up/pack up

  • Group activities

 

 

Kids Club

If you are fun, energetic and enthusiastic and love working with kids, then our Kids Club could be a great volunteer opportunity for you! WCF Kids Clubs are part of our therapeutic approach to supporting the spiritual growth and wellbeing of our children and young people. 

Kids Club also provides children with the opportunity to develop social skills and strong and healthy relationships with their peers and staff. We would love our volunteers to bring their skills to Kids Club in areas such as:
 

  • Supervision/group support

  • Facilitating games and group activities

  • Teaching kids a new skill/activity

  • Scripture teaching

  • Clean up

  • Transport


 

Learner Driver Supervision

 

We are interested in recruiting volunteers who have near-perfect driving records to help assist our young people to achieve their Learner Driver license and required hours. 

Mentoring

 

If mentoring is your passion, support our children and young people through mentoring sessions. When children have a mentor, it can sometimes open up their world to many possibilities, learn new skills and engage in opportunities. 

Events

 

WCF is involved in many events in the Shoalhaven and Illawarra. Our volunteers are able to participate in events and help out with managing the stall for the day. All our events are fun-filled events with the opportunity to engage with our local community. 

How do I become a WCF Volunteer?

The first step in becoming a WCF volunteer is to visit our website which you have successfully done because you are reading this! 

The second step is to read through the below information booklets. It is important you take the time to read through the booklets as this will help you understand what we expect of all staff, carers, and volunteers. 

The third step is to complete a WCF Volunteer Application Form and submit it to WCF Jobs at jobs@wcfoundation.org.au.

If you have any questions please complete the enquiry form and our Human Resources Team will get back to you within two days. 

Thank you for wanting to support children and young people in the local community. We look forward to receiving your application. 

Do you have any questions about becoming a Volunteer?
 
Please complete the below enquiry form. 

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