Volunteer Program

Lithgow City Council is committed to encouraging equitable access to services and facilities that meet the needs of the community and to recognise that volunteers contribute to the political, social, economic, environmental and cultural well being of the community by:

  • Expanding the ability of the community to respond to the needs of the public by providing a broad range of community services and activities.
  • Engaging the community in protecting local resources improving the physical environment and support for environmental issues.
  • Strengthening community cohesion, social wellbeing and trust.

Lithgow City Council recognises that volunteers from the community make a valuable contribution to a range of council activities.  They maybe involved in caring for others less fortunate, improving community-owned assets, caring for the environment or public contact roles.  Through their commitment and energy, volunteers enhance the fabric of the local community.

The Volunteer Management Procedure is produced to address the need to formalise roles and responsibilities for all involved in the volunteering process and support volunteering opportunities in our community.  This procedure provides the framework for volunteers and council workers to work cooperatively and safely at all times. 

If you would like to become a volunteer with Council, please complete the online form below.

 

Volunteer Program
Have you previously volunteered with Lithgow City Council?
Are you subject to the Centrelink Mutual Obligation requirement?
Do you hold a current drivers licence?
Do you hold a current white card?
Please select your employment status (select more than one if applicable)
Please indicate when you are available for volunteer work (select more than one if applicable)s
Please select your preferred area/s of work:
Please supply the name and contact phone number for two referees.
Are you a registered NSW volunteer
Skills and abilities
Please list any skills and abilities you have in any of the areas below. Include information even if you think it may not be relevant – you never know what might be useful.