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Whether it is corporate volunteers, members and non-members – our volunteers make a real and lasting difference in the lives of our members.

If you are interested in one of our volunteer roles, please contact us to find out what opportunities are currently available. The time you commit is entirely up to you and is flexible based on your availability. We’d love to have you as part of the team.


Corporate Volunteering

Your staff can help war widows in NSW by using their employee volunteering days. We require skilled volunteering support in the following fields:

  • IT
  • legal
  • accounting
  • media, public relations, marketing and/or social media
  • fundraising
  • events


Friendship Line

Each year, our volunteers make thousands of calls to members who may be socially or geographically isolated, unwell, going through a challenging time, or who simply enjoy chatting with someone new. Calls are made by member volunteers, with support from qualified community services workers.


Club and Group Coordination

Members are invited to volunteer for roles supporting the coordination and activations of clubs and groups in their areas. Family members or friends may also be eligible to assist if no members from the club are able to take on the role.


Event Support

With many elderly members, we make every effort to ensure our members are well taken care of at our events. Volunteers at our annual ANZAC Field of Remembrance, Walk and Picnic, and Christmas party events help our members comfortably make their way to and from the venue and throughout the event as needed.



“Despite looking after grandchildren, I needed something more intellectually stimulating. Then while attending a meeting at my local Club, we had a speaker from head office and she asked me if I was interested in any volunteer work. I was delighted. Next day [I was] invited to join the Friendship Line. I think she saved my sanity!”



“The War Widows Guild allowed mum to gain many lifetime friends and she thoroughly relished in her role as treasurer.”



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