The City offers an exciting volunteer program giving people the opportunity to participate in their community, learn skills and support a number of important services.
Volunteers can get involved in a broad range of activities, such as planting trees, recording historical stories, delivering meals on wheels and running youth programs.
- Youth projects
- Recreation and leisure activities
- History and heritage projects
- Seniors support
- Conservation and environment
- Special community events
- Safe City initiatives
- Emergency services
Wilkinson Homestead Museum
Ever considered helping out at the Museum?
Volunteers are required to present education programs with topics including Oranges and Lemons, Making Do, Scone and Butter Making, 1912 School Room, Clothing and Old Fashioned Games.
Addie Mills Centre
Give back to those who need your help the most. The Addie Mills Centre provides many programs and services to seniors and people with a disability.
Volunteers are required for a number of different positions, contact the Addie Mills Centre for all enquiries.
Gosnells Youth Advisory Council (Young Change Makers)
The Young Change Makers are the youth advisory council for the City of Gosnells. They take part in monthly meetings and workshops during school term, plan events and work on projects for local young people. They are provided with opportunities to meet other like-minded young people.
Bush Fire Brigade
The City maintains a fully trained and equipped Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade, made up of approximately 50 members who perform both active fire fighting and support activities.
Adopt-a-Spot is an anti-litter program that engages volunteers (individuals, community groups, business groups) to undertake coordinated litter cleanups of designated sites in their communities.
Sites include but are not limited to: roadsides, streets, parks, waterways, bush trails, beaches and wetlands.
Participants are provided with tools and support and receive an adoption certificate to acknowledge their commitment.