Other volunteer roles
If you would like to help Guiding and haven’t the time to commit regularly as Leader, there are many volunteer roles for men and women that can be done in your own time or as a special project thus providing a valuable contribution. Membership is not required.
These include but are not limited to:
- Unit/District volunteer support person – assisting Leaders with tasks such as – shopping, banking and account keeping, newsletters, administration, program activity preparation
- Share your special interest or skill with guides
- Occasional helper – how often you help out at a Guide meeting is up to you, you may be part of a parent or helper roster
- Guest speaker, facilitator or presenter
- Promotion /marketing
- Catering for large or small events
- Property or Guide Hall maintenance or management
- District Support Group member
- Committee member in your area of expertise
- Helping out at events
Volunteers can be involved either:
- In a District – ‘local’ guiding in your town or suburb
- In a larger geographical area usually known as a Division or Region
- At a state level – contributing to the management or governance of Guiding within your state
Volunteers in Guiding are valued, supported and recognised for their effort.
What are the personal Rewards?
- Knowing you are making a difference to girls’ lives
- Personal development
- Formal training as required
- Skill development
- Lots of fun!
- An extensive network of lasting friendships
- A personal contribution to your community
Why not make an enquiry today?
To speak with a representative of Guiding and find out by contacting your State Girl Guide Organisation directly.
From time to time, GGA advertise for other exciting roles for those members of GIrl Guides and the broader community to become involved with our organisation.
For futher information on these please go to our positions vacant section for volunteer roles.