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Welcome to Volunteering Geelong
May 01, 2015

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering Geelong is an independent not-for-profit organisation that is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the community, through the promotion and support of volunteering.

Volunteering Geelong was established in 1998 through the identification, by a number of individuals and members of the Geelong Volunteer Network (GVN), of the need for a "one stop shop" for volunteer recruitment and support.


Last Updated ( May 11, 2015 )
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Manager of Spontaneous Emergency Volunteer (MSEV) G21 Pilot Overview
Oct 06, 2014
The 2014 Manager of Spontaneous Emergency Volunteer (MSEV) G21 Pilot  (funded Regional Development Victoria) was developed to help build community resilience by training, supporting, deploying and debriefing a workforce of skilled emergency volunteer managers to manage spontaneous emergency volunteers during disaster recovery and relief.

Pilot Scope
  • Emergency Volunteer Manager recruitment, engagement and support
  • Develop and deliver emergency training & resources to support managers
  • Peer support network and telephone helpline
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Engagement with relief and recovery organisations
Stakeholders
To deliver this project, Volunteering Victoria is working collaboratively with Volunteering Geelong, Australian Red Cross, the CFA, SES, MAV, relevant LGAs along with community groups and volunteer involving organisations.

The 2014 project is now complete however the model is now being replicated throughout parts of  the state via the MSEV State Project being delivered by Volunteering Victoria.  Members from the MSEV G21 team are featured below wearing their Relief and Recovery Centre deployment tabards.

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For more information on the project contact Alison Duff on 52211377. Access the G21 MSEV Pilot Project Final Report here.

Last Updated ( May 11, 2015 )
Manager of Spontaneous Emergency Volunteer (MSEV) G21 Pilot Launch
May 14, 2015
Volunteering Geelong & Volunteering Victoria with support from City Of Greater Geelong hosted a launch of the Manager of Spontaneous Emergency Volunteer (MSEV) G21 Pilot. The event, held in National Volunteer Week on May 12, 2015 at the Carousal, was attended by over 50 people. Special guests included, Emergency Management Commissioner, Craig Lapsley (far right), Parliamentary Secretary Gabrielle Williams (centre), and Simon Ramsay MLC. Pictured below are some of the MSEV volunteers and project team members, who as part of the program, have been trained to support volunteers during emergency relief and recovery phases of emergencies in the G21 region.
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Last Updated ( May 14, 2015 )
About the Geelong Volunteer Network
Feb 02, 2015
The Geelong Volunteer Leaders Network was set up to provide a forum for those with a common interest in volunteer management to communicate, share ideas and provide informal mentoring and support opportunities as required.

The ‘Geelong Volunteer Leaders Network’ was established in early 1994 and membership has expanded considerably in recent years. Membership is free and meetings are every 2 months. If you would like to join the Network, please contact


2015 Meeting Dates and Times

  • Wed 25th February - 9.00-10.30am, Deakin Cats Community Centre at Simonds Stadium.
  • Wed 6th May - 9.00-10.30am, Deakin Cats Community Centre at Simonds Stadium.
  • Wed 1st July - 9.00-10.30am, Deakin Cats Community Centre at Simonds Stadium
  • Wed 2nd September - 9.00-10.30am, Deakin Cats Community Centre at Simonds Stadium
  • Wed 4th November - 9.00-10.30am, Deakin Cats Community Centre at Simonds Stadium


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Why Join The Network?

  • Support for new volunteer managers
  • Exchange of ideas on volunteer issues
  • Stimulating environment
  • Support for Volunteering Geelong as the public face of volunteering
  • Agency updates
  • Networking with other agencies
  • Practical up to date information
  • Lobby group with regional and state governments
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Relevant regional information
  • Professional expertise and backup
  • Managing on-going change
  • Up to date information on volunteer funding issues
  • Interpret government and funding trends
  • Exchange of written resources
  • Professional development workshops


 

 

Last Updated ( May 04, 2015 )
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