The significant contribution that volunteers make to the social and economic development of a community is highly valued by Council. Volunteering can be a rewarding experience.
The definition of a volunteer is a person who is motivated to undertake some form of community activity, not for financial gain, and in so doing, the community derives a benefit from the activity undertaken by the volunteer.
For volunteers to be provided with coverage under Council’s insurances they need to be engaged in activities on behalf of Council, and under the control of Council.
Why Should I Volunteer?
Volunteering plays a crucial role within the community in enhancing Council services and programs. It can be very rewarding. You can:
- Learn and develop new skills
- Build professional and social networks by meeting new people
- Improve your interpersonal skills
- Work in an area that matches your interests and passion
- Give back to the community and know that you are playing a part in helping the community to flourish and grow
- Achieve a satisfying work-life balance
Where Can I Volunteer at Tweed Shire Council?
Tweed River Art Gallery
Please visit the Tweed Regional Gallery Tweed Regional Gallery
website for information on volunteering at the Art Gallery.
Tweed River Regional Museum
Please visit the Tweed Regional Museum
website for information on volunteering at the Museum.
Friends of the Pound
Please visit the Friends of the Pound
Tweed Inc. web site for information regarding volunteering at the Council Pound facility.
Throughout the year there are volunteering opportunities for individual projects such as The Cane Toad Muster! These events are advertised on Council’s website, the Tweed Link and other publications when volunteers are required.