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Department of Human Services

Volunteers

Volunteering is a vital part of the South Australian way of life – generating great community spirit and helping to make our neighbourhoods welcoming, safe and inclusive.

We provide strategic policy advice to the South Australian government about issues impacting volunteers, and help the Minister for Human Services maintain a high rate of people doing formal and informal volunteering in South Australia.

We also play a role in implementing the Volunteering Strategy for South Australia, which was developed in collaboration with Business SA, the state government, the Local Government Association of South Australia, and Volunteering SA&NT. Through this partnership, we work with the volunteer community to create a variety of resources, programs and events to help support and develop volunteering in South Australia.

Grants

There is a range of grants for community organisations to help them support their volunteers and deliver services to the community.

To apply for a grant, organisations need to be:

  • registered and operating within South Australia
  • non-government
  • not for-profit
  • incorporated with a registered ABN, and
  • delivering services or support to the South Australian community.

If a community organisation is not incorporated, their grant application will need to be sponsored by an incorporated organisation or a council registered under the Local Government Act 1999.

Other state government grants include:

The Australian Government’s Department of Social Services also offers grants through their Families and Communities Grant Program, to help strengthen communities.

Contact us

Telephone: 1300 014 712
Email: ofv@sa.gov.au

Street address

Level 8, Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide

Postal address

Community Services – Volunteers
GPO Box 292
Adelaide SA 5001

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https://dhs.sa.gov.au/services/volunteers
Last Updated:
05 Jul 2018
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