At Queensland Conservation Council we are working towards a future where nature thrives, wildlife is protected, our industries don’t cost the earth, and our communities are in balance with the health of ecosystems.
Interested in volunteering to help make that vision a reality? Together we need to stand up and get organised to protect nature and community. QCC depends on volunteers to be able to make the difference we need.
Volunteering at QCC can take many forms, and depends on your time, skills and interests. There is no need to have existing skills and you are welcome to volunteer a day a week or a few hours a month. The best way to volunteer is to join one of our volunteer working groups to connect in with our campaigns and projects, these include our National Parks 4 Life Working Group, Power Up Queensland Working Group, Volunteer Support Team and and Network Support Team. Read more about our volunteers and working group here.
Volunteers get involved with community outreach, office and organisational work, research, content writing, organising campaign tactics, organising events, data management and helping with digital media.
Volunteering usually involves a mix of face-to-face activities, catching up over zoom and working from home or the office. There are some things that can be done remotely, however if don't live around Brisbane/ SEQ it might be worth getting in touch with one of our member groups in your area.
Sign up now and we'll be in touch soon to discuss how you can get involved!
We also have a volunteer information night coming up on the 14th of July, this might be a good option for you to find out about volunteering and QCC.
Interested in finding out more before you sign up? You have have a look at our volunteer handbook here.