Volunteers can bring a unique set of skills, ideas, perspectives and experiences to the roles and work of MDAS in the community.

Engagement with volunteers also improves our community connections and broadens the understanding in the community about the role of MDAS.

We are committee to providing volunteering opportunities for community members as we work towards strengthening individual and community capacity.

All volunteers need to undertake an induction process, provide a police and/or Working with Children check and will be provided with formal Cultural Awareness Training by MDAS. 

We welcome expressions of interest from anyone interested in volunteering with MDAS. 

One of the major roles is through our Mentoring Program, which assists in developing the skills and capacity of our less-experienced staff members. 

Other designated volunteer opportunities are advertised on the positions vacant page on the MDAS website.  If there are no current positions available, people may register to volunteer by completing an Expression of Interest form.

MDAS adheres to the National Standards for volunteering in not-for-profit organisations.

If you are interested in helping out as a volunteer, please get in touch.
MALLEE DISTRICT ABORIGINAL SERVICES  “Our Vision: "Self-determined, healthy, robust and culturally strong Aboriginal communities across the Mallee region."

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120 Madden Avenue Mildura
Phone (03) 5018 4100

70 Nyah Road Swan Hill
Phone (03) 5032 8600

9 Nolan Street Kerang
Phone (03) 5412 6004

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MDAS - Quality Innovation Performance Accredited
MDAS - Quality Innovation Performance Accredited