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Circus and smiles

Circus and smiles

12 Jun 2018 | Volunteer Stories

I find it very rewarding to assist the disabled to learn circus, their joyful smile always make my day.

Annual Report 2017

Annual Report 2017

19 Apr 2018 | Annual Reports

Our 2017 Annual Report is now available for download.

Giving back to the community

Giving back to the community

17 Apr 2018 | Volunteer Stories

After retiring and enjoying many years of family life, we both decided to try and put something back into the community.

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

4 Apr 2018 | Volunteer Stories

The reason I decided to volunteer is because I am always looking for reasons for give back to the community.

Plain Sailing

Plain Sailing

20 Mar 2018 | Volunteer Stories

The aim of Sailability is to provide those with a disability a safe environment to experience adventure and freedom.

Volunteering brought my studies to life

Volunteering brought my studies to life

6 Mar 2018 | Volunteer Stories

It provides me with the opportunity to be able to interact with people from all walks of life on a fundamentally human level, an experience I feel I w...

Light up someone's day

Light up someone's day

20 Feb 2018 | Volunteer Stories

A child can really light up your day and it’s really nice to watch my toddler make a connection with a resident

A weekly highlight

A weekly highlight

7 Feb 2018 | Volunteer Stories

As a newbie to the big city I decided to look for some new experiences to get better acquainted with my community.

Volunteering with a big heart

Volunteering with a big heart

23 Jan 2018 | Volunteer Stories

I wanted to make a meaningful contribution to the organisation and to learn more about myself.

Holiday Volunteering

Holiday Volunteering

11 Dec 2017 | Articles

The Volunteering Auckland office will be closed for the Christmas holidays from Friday, 22nd December 2017 to Monday, 15th January 2018. If you are lo...


Volunteer Stories

One Mum's Story

One Mum's Story

A chronically sick child in a family usually means a lot of hard work - and not a lot of spare time. But a sick child in Dianne Smith’s family meant s...