Want to get involved? We’ve helped you out by listing below some great organisations that work with volunteers. If you want further ideas contact the office and we can connect you.
Upside Youth Mentoring
We’re Upside Youth Mentoring (formerly Brothers In Arms) and we exist to support change in Aotearoa’s young people with adverse childhood experiences across Tāmaki Makaurau and beyond. We want to help them feel a little brighter and more loved than they did yesterday.
Recreate NZ is committed to providing personal development opportunities for young people who experience disability. This is done through the means of outdoor adventure, life skills and youth development based programmes in which we require volunteers to come on board as support youth workers.
VisionWest is a community development based organisation that provides a range of community services to more than 9000 individuals and families every year.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER ARMY
The UC Student Volunteer Army’s work is to empower students to be the change in their community. They run small-scale service projects every weekend where the general public ask for us for help including weeding, lifting, painting – anything really!
Volunteering Otago works with local community organisations that are in need of your help! They have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities to choose from and their goal is to help you find volunteering roles that are meaningful, rewarding and enjoyable!
Sustainable Coastlines is a young charity run by six hard-working staff and a network of passionate volunteers. They coordinate and support large-scale coastal clean-up events, educational programs, public awareness campaigns and riparian planting projects.
Neighbours Day Aotearoa
Neighbours Day Aotearoa is an annual celebration of neighbourliness.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people of goodwill and families in housing need, to eliminate sub-standard housing by building, renovating and selling simple, decent houses on an affordable basis.
Edmund Rice Camps
Edmund Rice Camps provide holiday experiences for young people aged 8 – 11 years who would not otherwise be able to enjoy them. Contact: email@example.com for more information.