Volunteers

We are very fortunate to involve a number of talented (and fun!) volunteers in our programs. Each brings something special to their role, and we greatly appreciate their help. THANK YOU! 

Our wonderful volunteers:

  • Ian
    Photographer
  • Rae
    Policy support 
  • Rosemary
    Admin
  • Narelle
    Referral Officer
  • Maryanne
    Referral Officer
  • Robyn
    Referral Officer
  • Sandra
    Referral Officer
  • Kathryn
    Referral Officer and IT data support

Volunteer stories

Aaron Sawmadal

Arriving in Perth as a refugee from Liberia in 2006, Aaron has become a leader in the community, serving as both President and Secretary for the African Australian Union. He sincerely believes that 'Education is the basis for all success' and works tirelessly to instil that belief in the multicultural community.

Miranda Cummings

Miranda is a 29-year-year-old long-time Girl Guide member and Perth based lawyer. Becoming a Guide Leader at 19, Miranda is an outstanding role model in enabling girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting and responsible community members. She recently extended her commitment by accepting an appointment as a National Assistant Chief Commissioner and is also the National Manager of the Olave Program for young women aged 18 to 30 years.

Joan Muhling

Starting in WWII when as a member of the Volunteer Air Observers Corps, Joan's outstanding volunteer journey has taken her down many roads. For the past 44 years she has volunteered for the City of Subiaco Meals on Wheels and like other volunteers, Joan sees herself as being lucky to be able to do something that gives value to others.

John Nagle

John is a volunteer with Outcare who support offenders to become law abiding members of the community.  For 13 years John has successfully mentored young men both in and out of prison using sport as a pathway to reduce offending. John is passionate about rehabilitation and is a wonderful example to all that even the simplest of interactions can act as a powerful catalyst for positive change in an individual.

Peter Rudd

Peter is one of the quiet achieving volunteers who spread goodwill through our community in a humble and selfless way and devotes much time to raising funds for the Shenton Park Dogs Home. As a community volunteer Peter represents exactly what that expression means. He devotes his spare time to helping others in a formal and informal way, and does it all with a positive spirit and a willing smile.


Want to Volunteer?

If you would like to volunteer at the Volunteering WA office or the Joondalup Volunteer Resource Centre, please contact us on 9482 4333.