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    Every day, people from all walks of life donate their time, knowledge and energy to help Cancer Council SA support people affected by cancer. People like you make our vital work possible; it is through the time and care of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things.

    Cancer Council SA is always looking for people with various backgrounds, talents and skills. We take care to ensure your placement is of real benefit to the community and satisfying for you. 

    Throughout the year, we offer a range of short and long-term roles, projects and activities that can match your skills, interests and availability. As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to:

    • make a difference
    • share skills and experience
    • learn new skills
    • teach others
    • gain valuable work experience
    • meet people and make new friends
    • increase your confidence and self-esteem

    Cancer Council SA offers three different volunteer pathways: ongoing volunteers, event volunteers and Ambassadors. Find a role that suits you below.


    Volunteering pathways


  • Ambassadors


    Become a Cancer Council SA Ambassador and use your voice to raise funds and awareness for an important cause.

  • Event volunteers

    Event volunteers

    Cancer Council SA has a range of event positions throughout the year to suit your availability.

  • Ongoing volunteers

    Ongoing volunteers

    Cancer Council SA has a range of long-term positions to suit your skills and talents.

  • Corporate involvement

    Corporate involvement

    Want to get involved with your workplace? Learn more about our corporate volunteering opportunities.

  • Cancer Council SA operates under the National Standards for Involving Volunteers in Not-for-Profit organisations developed by Volunteering Australia. You will be provided with an orientation of the organisation, on the job training and supervision and in some cases Police Checks may be necessary. Furthermore, we ensure we provide a safe and friendly working environment in accordance with safety standards and in order to ensure we work ethically, we work within a Code of Conduct.

    We recognise that our volunteers are an integral part of our organisation and celebrate and acknowledge service milestones at volunteer meetings and provide a thank you lunch at the end of the year. To facilitate feedback from our volunteers, we conduct a morning tea with the Chief Executive twice a year where ideas can be shared and actioned.

    You can learn more about the different types of volunteering opportunities with Cancer Council SA from our eBook.