Tamborine Mountain community Care Association (TMCAA) is a non-government, not for profit organisation run by an elected management Committee of volunteers, which aims to promote collaborative working relationships with the federal and state governments and members of the local and wider community. TMCAA members include local residents, volunteers, clients and local organisations.
Our vision is to provide and advocate for services and educational programs to enable residents who are frail, aged or with disabilities to live independently in their homes on Tamborine Mountain.
Volunteering is a rewarding way in which citizens can participate in the activities of their community. Many of our programs rely on committed and diligent volunteers, to provide seamless and effortless services. Volunteers give freely of their time and expertise, knowledge and experiences in order to make a difference. Volunteering can help you…
To develop personally
To extend social networks
To make a positive contribution to the community
To work in area of personal interest
To give something back to the community as a whole
Gain a range of experiences
To enrich and expand personal life experiences
To acquire, enhance or extend personal knowledge, skills and experience
To improve employment prospects
To be productive in the community while engage in other aspects of life.
As a volunteer, you give your time, skills and experience to benefit the community without payment. You will have the opportunity to feel rewarded in being part of the enhancement of someone’s quality of life and a part of a community organisation.
OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE
Maybe the following…
Making phone calls, admin, assisting at events, driving people to and from medical appointments, assisting clients on bus trips and shopping journeys, fundraising and morning teas.
A flexible and enthusiastic attitude towards the role. A willingness to work as a part of a team.
Ability to maintain client confidentiality and empathy for clients of TMCCA.
A willingness to contribute on a consistent basis, desire to learn new skills and commitment to ongoing quality improvement.