Become a Volunteer

When you volunteer with Palliative Care ACT you make a wonderful contribution to the life of those with a terminal illness. You also get a great sense of satisfaction and the knowledge that you have made a difference to the life of someone in need. 

What do volunteers do?

Volunteers can choose from a range of activities including:

  • help with the care of patients (which can be as simple as just talking with them);
  • assist with fundraising; or
  • becoming a life story writer.

You can find out more about at Our Volunteers.

How do I volunteer?

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer then please fill out the form below

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This year's applications for the Margaret Corden Scholarship have now closed. Applicants will be advised of the outcome of their applications over the coming weeks.

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Call by leading charities and not-for-profit organisations to reduce fundraising red-tape that wastes millions of dollars and strengthen fundraising regulation at the same time!

See Tim Costello explaining the situation here.

 

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