Are you keen to get involved and help support families?
As a community organisation, we rely on the generosity of our wonderful volunteers and supporters to make our work possible. None of our work for families would be possible without the dedication, time and talents of the many thousands of volunteers all across Australia.
Who can volunteer?
Our volunteers range in ages from 16 to 87 years old. They come from many backgrounds, and bring a diversity of skills and experiences to our community.
Every single one of our volunteers is a valued member of our community, and we would for love you to join us too!
How your volunteering time will help families
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and become part of a community of committed supporters. It also gives you the opportunity to improve your skills, and of course you'll be playing a vital role in helping support bereaved families and save little lives.
Many of our volunteers also tell us that volunteering is a meaningful way for them to give back to the organisation that helped them through the pain and difficulty of losing their baby or child, and helps them to pay it forward so future families have access to the same caring support.
Types of volunteer roles
We have volunteer role in each state and in a range of areas, including:
- Supporting parents as a Peer Supporter on our 24/7 Support Line
- Helping to plan local events and memorial activities such as our annual Walks to Remember
- Helping out at events and with fundraising activities such as Red Nose Day
- Assisting with office administration and support
- Knitting, sewing, or crafting in our Treasured Babies Program
- Teams or corporate volunteering
To register your interest to join Red Nose as a volunteer, complete the form below and we will be in contact soon to discuss the options available in your state.