Member Services

Member Services

Non-profit members gain access to the following:

  • Recruitment and referral of volunteers to your organisation, including individuals and corporate teams.
  • Training for managers and coordinators of volunteers – the people responsible for volunteer engagement. Attend seminars, forums and training workshops specifically designed to help you engage, retain and mobilise volunteers.
  • Advice and consultancy. Non-profit members receive 1 hour free consultation in developing and reviewing their volunteer programme upon registration (must be used within 6 months of initial registration).
  • A networking and support forum for managers and coordinators of volunteers, and others responsible for engaging volunteers.
  • A unique resource library on volunteering and volunteerism including books, manuals, and journals from New Zealand, Australia and around the world.
  • Our newsletter Volunteer Trends.
  • Membership of MoVA.

Other benefits:

  • Invitations to attend or participate in events celebrating, recognising and mobilising volunteers in greater Auckland.
  • Annual promotions including National Volunteer Awareness Week (June), International Volunteer Manager’s Day (November 5), UN International Volunteer Day (December 5), Volunteer Expos, Conferences, Festivals, and Displays.
  • Information on volunteer engagement, retention and mobilisation, volunteer management and best practices. Also on managing a non-profit organisation’s relationship to volunteers – both governance and service delivery.
  • Advocacy on volunteering policy and environment with local and central government, business and community sectors.

Ready to get started?


Membership Enquiry

Alternatively, proceed with membership application


Be the change that you wish to see in the world. - Mahatma Ghandi


Volunteer Stories

My First Time...

My First Time...

As part of our birthday celebrations a group of well-known New Zealand acting talents alongside some of our very own volunteers got…


Subscribe to our nonprofit newsletter "Volunteer Trends":