Volunteering with LINK
Would you like to:
▸ Make a difference in your community?
▸ Meet people and make friends?
▸ Boost your employment prospects?
▸ Increase confidence and improve your well being?
▸ Extend your network and community knowledge?
LINK is committed to assisting older people, people with a disability and their carers to maintain an active and engaged lifestyle. To assist us in achieving these goals, we rely on dedicated volunteers’ drivers.
LINK have a variety of vehicles to suit every drivers’ capabilities, including sedans and minibuses. We currently have sites at Thomastown, Sunbury, Hoppers Crossing, Hurstbridge, and Maribyrnong.
To become a volunteer, you must possess a full driver’s licence and an understanding of written and spoken English. We provide comprehensive training, support, and uniform to ensure you will be on track to becoming a fantastic volunteer with LINK.
To learn more about our volunteering opportunities please submit your details below and we will contact you. Alternatively, you can contact us on 1300 546 528
Volunteer EOI Form:
“The more clients I drive with, the more I realise the difficulty many people have with just day to day living. Every day when I have finished driving I am so thankful for what I have. I love chatting with our clients and sharing stories. The diversity of people needing to go shopping, visit their club, attend medical appointments, go to school or visit loved ones in Aged Care is incredible. They all tell me how wonderful the volunteers are. I say that is because we are volunteers and are here because we love what we do.” – Mick Ross
“I have been volunteering for LINK for only 12 months but have got more out of this venture than I thought I would. Clients that I meet are so appreciative of me and the service we provide for them, and they let me know all the time, which makes me feel I made the right choice. I love what I do.” – Christine Redfern