The work of the WA AIDS Council is possible, in no small part, due to our incredibly passionate, dedicated and talented team of volunteers. Around 100 active local heroes generously donate their time and skills to fulfil roles such as administrative support, community outreach and event assistance.
Volunteers are part of the heart and soul of WAAC, and have been since we were formed in 1985.
Volunteers support our work in many ways and are part of the WAAC team and work across all areas of the organisation including events outreach/health promotion, the Needle and Syringe Exchange Program, M Clinic, Freedom Centre, Inclusive Education WA, and Client Services.
Our volunteers are vital to our work, and are connected to our work in many ways and all bring a desire to help the diverse communities we serve.
Monday, 18th May sees the start of National Volunteering Week. Check back in here to see some personal perspectives from our staff and volunteers and what volunteering means to them.