Volunteering opportunities

Our volunteers gain a great deal of satisfaction by providing a valuable service to their community.


Volunteering at CSF

Are you a good listener and communicator with a genuine interest in others? We are currently recruiting interviewers and receptionists or contact us if you think you have the skills to become a Board member.

Community Support Frankston provides opportunities for many local residents to volunteer their time and skills. Volunteers commit to work one rostered shift either between 9:00am ― 12:30pm or 12:30pm ― 4:00pm on a weekday. Each shift has a trained receptionist and a minimum of three community workers (interviewers). Other volunteers present at these times may be performing administration tasks, training new volunteers, working on the agency's information systems, maintaining computers or restocking donated goods in the pantry.

Community Support Frankston is independently managed by local residents through an annually elected
Board of Management and is staffed by trained volunteer community workers including personnel with backgrounds in business, clerical work, teaching, nursing, social work, banking, sales, trades, engineering and management. Our volunteer workers gain a great deal of satisfaction by providing a valuable service to their community and working with people from all walks of life.

CHECK: Before completing our Application Form, please read:

Volunteering | Volunteering Roles | Volunteering at CSF

for more information including your responsibilities and what you can offer the agency as a volunteer. See descriptions and details about different job roles performed by volunteers at CSF including Receptionists, Interviewers, Statistics, IT, Admin and Information workers.

Mature adults with listening and communication skills who show a genuine concern for others are encouraged to reply.

Child Safety Statement of Commitment

Community Support Frankston (CSF) is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of all children and to protecting them from child abuse.

CSF does not tolerate child abuse and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously, reported and investigated.

CSFI will at all times listen to children respectfully and advocate for their right to feel safe, valued and protected.

CSF will work in partnership with local organisations and services to protect children in our community from child abuse regardless of their age, gender, race, ability or their family's religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or social background.

CSF is committed to the ongoing training and education of volunteers and employees on child safety.

Please note: All volunteers are required to undergo a Police check.

Information for Prospective volunteers Booklet 240k (12 page PDF)

Volunteering Opportunities Brochure 210k (2 page PDF)

Job Positions (usually available)

Other volunteering opportunities

If volunteering at the agency does not appeal to you then please see the Impact Volunteering website or our list (PDF file below) of contact details of other organisations in the local area who may be able to offer you a volunteering position.

Find other opportunities through Go Volunteer and Volunteer Victoria.

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