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We recognise and value the important role our volunteers play in supporting us to provide quality health care and to improve the health outcomes for our communities. 

As a volunteer you can be involved in many ways with activities that may include assisting at kiosks, patient support, raising funds, being a com​​munity exercise leader, gardening and art projects to name a few.

The type of activity you can assist with will depend on the needs of your local health facility.

To become a volunteer you will need to complete an application form and have the required screening processes necessary for the particular activity or group you would like to participate in.

Please contact the Health Service Manager at y​our local health service to find out more.  

How can you volunteer?

Community Consultation Committee

Be a voice for your local community and advocate for health needs. To find out more visit the CCC information page.

United Hospital Auxiliary of NSW inc (UHA)

Raise money to support your local hospital. These funds, along with social support and friendship, assist to improve the comfort of people spending time in hospital. For more information, or to contact your nearest group visit:

Physical Activity Leaders Network

Help people living in rural communities to stay active and socially connected. We support local people to become leaders in Tai Chi, Aqua Exercise and Gentle Exercise.  For more information on becoming a leader in your community and to be part of this exciting program, please contact Natania Copp, Health Promotion Officer on (02) 6150 7546 or email

Corporate volunteers

Assist with wayfinding, snack trolley, or other tasks such as changing flowers in a room. Ask at your local hospital facility about how you can get involved.

Social Support

Social support compliments clinical services and helps make a hospital stay more comfortable. Social Support could include talking or reading with a patient, visiting the kiosk on behalf of a patient or washing a patient’s clothes. Ask at your local hospital facility about how you can get involved.

Volunteering in your local area

Last updated: 25 September 2019