Volunteer

 

Our faithful volunteers inspire hope through their dedication and generosity of providing practical and social assistance at our service locations. Not only are they inspiring hope to others, research has found that volunteering enhances the quality of their own life and health. According to a University of Adelaide study, volunteers are healthier, more mentally alert and more socially connected than people who do not volunteer.

At Carinity, our volunteers are extremely valuable to the ongoing operations of our services and, recognising the benefits they bring to the organisation, clients, other stakeholders and even themselves, we endeavour to expand this area by encouraging more people to volunteer with us.