At NSCLC we understand the value of volunteers to both the organisation and local community. We have a range of volunteers all with their own unique skills and background who give up their time freely to support our vision and programs.
Volunteering gives you the opportunity to become an active member of your community while helping others and yourself. If you are interested in volunteering at NSCLC, please email you expression of interest to email@example.com
Are a group of formally trained Peer Educators who advocate for the protection of seniors rights by providing information to their peers on issues relating to elder abuse, as well as promoting positive ageing strategies. The OPRS volunteers contribute their time supporting and facilitating a variety of projects. These include: the ‘Purple Road’; community awareness events and expo’s; community partnerships; network meetings and a positive ageing newsletter ‘Older and Wiser’.
Judy Joukador, Pauline Simpson, Joy Emmeluth, Mary Kepert, Karen Reed, Evaline Bailey
Seniors Register is operated by trained volunteers who make weekly calls to older adults who may be feeling isolated and appreciate a social chat with a peer. The primary reason for establishing the Seniors Register was to reduce the risk of abuse and crime to seniors in their own home and thereby maintaining their personal and financial security.
Juan Watts, Peter Van De Maulen
We are fortunate to have a valuable contingent of volunteer lawyers who practice across all of our sites at NSCLC. We acknowledge each volunteer solicitor who has spent time with us in our Annual Reports.