Volunteer Expo 2018

Wednesday 29th August 2018

11am – 1pm

L1 Te Puna, Mt Albert Campus

We have 17 organisations who provide a range of community, health, technical and environmental services.

Come along and find out what’s in it for you and how you can get involved!

Volunteering work:
» Looks brilliant on your CV
» Will help you learn new skills
» Provides fantastic networking opportunities
» Allows you to give back to the community


Last year the following organisations attended:

NZ Breast Cancer Foundation                      – www.nzbcf.org.nz

Fundraising events to raise awareness (Pink Ribbon Street Appeal, Pink Star Walk),
event planning, coordination, social media, administration support.

Conservation Volunteers                              – www.conservationvolunteers.co.nz

Projects in the NZ outdoors including wildlife monitoring, habitat conservation, tree planting, track construction and maintenance.

Lonely Miaow Association                            – www.lonelymiaow.co.nz

Fostering cats, rescue, rehabilitation, events (annual book fair), writing, PR,
graphic design, fundraising, administration.

MOTAT                                                           – www.motat.org.nz

Engineering, maintenance of museum artefacts, conducting tours, conservation, restoration, customer service, exhibition hosting, research.

Special Olympics                                            www.specialolympics.org.nz

Opportunities, to enhance the lives of people who have an intellectual impairment,
through coaching in a range of sports, team management, IT, and club administration.
You will be inspired!

Volunteering Auckland                                 www.volunteeringauckland.org.nz

Recruitment and Referral organisation for the Not for Profit sector with a wide range of voluntary roles available from over 200 community organisations across Auckland.

Youthline                                                        www.youthline.co.nz

Train to become a Youthline Volunteer Helpline Counsellor, face to face counselling available as well as many programmes for youth development, with ongoing training for volunteers. Help out at events.