Clarence City Council‘s Community Volunteer Service is seeking volunteers who wish to make a difference to the lives of others in their community. The Volunteer Service is playing a valuable role during the COVID-19 crisis.

Volunteers are transporting cancer patients to appointments where they would otherwise need to use public transport, and helping people to self-isolate by delivering groceries. The volunteers are also continuing to provide help and companionship to those with assisted living requirements (due to ageing or disability) through a range of services including transport assistance, shopping assistance, telephone support, and light gardening.

The volunteer service takes volunteers from all areas, ages, experience levels and abilities. Even volunteers with limited availability can make a difference in their community by committing just a few hours a month. Clarence City Council carefully finds the perfect match for each volunteer based on personality, the activity/s they wish to support, as well as their abilities.

If you think that you might be able to make a positive impact on others in your community, please contact Clarence City Council Community Volunteer Service Coordinator Rhianna Airey on 03 6217 9630 or by emailing