Here at Rural Aid we have heaps of exciting opportunities to get your hands dirty and make a real difference to the lives of rural Australians.
We have a range of volunteering opportunities including in our Brisbane office, as a CARE Volunteer in regional and rural towns, as a member of the Farm Army, performing work during a Farm and Community Rescue or engaging in a Corporate volunteering day.
In Office Volunteer
At Rural Aid we always have opportunities to volunteer in our office in Brisbane. We’re always looking for individuals or team members of companies who have great skills to help us out. See the current in office volunteering opportunities
As a CARE (Community Ambassador and Rural Engagement) volunteer, the role will see you help represent Rural Aid within your community, help register farmers for assistance, help support our fundraising efforts and help spread our message that rural Australia and our farmers are important.
Corporate volunteering with Rural Aid will be a whole new experience for your company and your team members. If you’re like most organisations looking for CSR engagement and an opportunity for your staff to do something that achieves results and is a bit different, Rural Aid is your partner. Read more here and register your corporate team today.
If any of these opportunities sound like they might be for you, click the links above to read more or sign up.
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Farm Army Volunteer
If you’re looking for an excuse to go bush while helping out a farmer you might be interested in our Farm Army program. We match up farmers who need help with people who are interested in helping them. There are so many different opportunities here, you’re sure to find something that works for you.
Farm and Community Rescue
If Farm Army sounds interesting, you need to see what it’s like bing part of a 50 – 100 strong group of volunteers working on multiple farms and community projects in a rural town. These trips are fun, a bit of hard work, new friend building and highly fulfilling. Find our more about these trips, visit www.farmrescue.com.au