Volunteering can offer great rewards for the volunteer – it can be an opportunity to develop skills, meet new people, and play an important role in your community.
Home Library Service
Home Library Service volunteers have the opportunity to provide essential library services to community members who are unable to visit our libraries due to illness, injury and frailty.
Expressions of Interest to join the Home Library Service volunteer team are currently being sought. Volunteers are needed to deliver library items to people who are unable to visit the library due to health or mobility reasons. Time commitment is approximately 2-3 hours per client per month. Volunteers and clients reside within the areas serviced by Geelong Regional Libraries.
Volunteers visit Home Library Service clients on a monthly basis to deliver selected library materials/and or holds directly to the client’s home. Volunteers can help one or more clients depending on availability.
Home Library Service Volunteer FAQ
Download Volunteer Application Form
Download Home Library Service Volunteer Position Description
Please return completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with Children Check
The GRLC is a child safe and child friendly organisation committed to ensuring that all children who visit our libraries have the right to feel and be safe. Volunteers are required to complete volunteer Police and Working with Children Checks as part of the selection process. You can apply online for a free Working with Children Check by clicking this link.
Are you passionate about local history or genealogy? Volunteers at the Heritage Centre work on special projects that increase the accessibility of Geelong’s archival records and enable the public to find historic information about Geelong people, places and events. Volunteer projects may include the arranging, transcribing, indexing and digitising of both public and private records.
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