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CatholicCare Volunteers

The volunteers at CatholicCare form a vital part of this vibrant community, with over 100 volunteers each week working across our programs. Our volunteers give generously of their time showing respect and compassion, sharing in fun, extending welcome and fostering hope. CatholicCare volunteers fill a variety of roles as they journey alongside those new to and settling into Australia. Potential volunteers for CatholicCare must complete application documentation and hold or apply for a Blue Card. Please contact the Coordinator of Volunteers at CatholicCare today to discuss your interest in volunteering!

TRAMS volunteer roles may include:

Teachingor assisting in adult English classes.
Caring for and engaging with young children while their parents attend English classes
Assisting school students with homework and assignments (primary school and high school)
Providing transport for clients
Participating in women’s support and craft groups
Other occasional roles e.g. special projects, assisting with donations, administration, computer support

WHADDUP volunteer roles may include.

Teaching and assisting children to learn about healthy lifestyle choices and risk taking behaviours
Assisting with supervision during transport and picks ups each time the program runs
Participating in educational activities and craft
Preparing dinner for the program participants

What do our Volunteers enjoy about volunteering?

“In my work at TRAMS I see the newcomers to our country embracing the support offered and as a result, they blossom.

More importantly, I feel I gain from working with these families as well.”

“Getting to know the children and families and seeing the improvement in the children’s academic performance.

I really feel like I’m making a valuable contribution and love feeling part of the TRAMS community.”

“people can relax, laugh and be themselves because they know that they are safe and free from judgment.

Witnessing this is a great pleasure for me.””

“The hour I spend in-home tutoring really is the highlight of my week!”

“Firstly, the reward of knowing I’m welcomed by this family each week.

Knowing I’m making a contribution to these students’ education.

Working with other volunteers and getting to know them.”

“Sharing special moments with students. This goes beyond teaching and learning.

Sometimes we are there, just be human beings together and we get to share a very special and deep understanding of each other’s life.”

Like to know more?

To find out more please call 1300 477 433
or email us by clicking on the button below.

HEAD OFFICE

502 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, QLD, 4350
Phone: 1300 477 433

 

 

enquiries@catholiccare.services