Volunteers are vital to our organisation. Most of our volunteers are drawn to working with us because of a strong sense of wanting to give their time, energy and skills to a good cause.

But there are other benefits...

  • Meet new friends and socialise with like-minded people.
  • Attend workshops and learning opportunities within the organisation.
  • Put your time, energy and skills into worthy projects.
  • Better understand cancer prevention, treatment and support issues.

Contact volunteering@cancervic.org.au for more information.

Current roles


Expression of Interest - Community Representative Members

We are looking for Victorians who are committed to improving cancer outcomes to help us in our work.

Volunteer Photo Archivist

We are seeking an enthusiastic Volunteer Photo Archivist to support the Cancer Council Victoria Heritage Project. 

Daffodil Day - Register your interest

Register your interest to volunteer for Daffodil Day, August 25 2017.

Cancer Connect volunteers

We currently need volunteers who have had a cancer diagnosis no more than 5 years ago to provide telephone support to others going through a similar experience.

Relay For Life event volunteer roles

Volunteering at a Relay for Life will strengthen your teamwork and communication skills, give you practical work experience to put on your resume, and provide a chance to interact with your community.

How do I become a volunteer?

A description of the application process.

Ways of volunteering

From office work to peer support.

Volunteering FAQs

Common questions from new volunteers.

Regional fundraising groups

Think local and raise vital funds.

Corporate volunteering

Great for social responsibility programs.

Updated: 13 Sep, 2017