OUR ORGANISATION

Purpose

Volunteering Central Coast is an innovative not for profit organisation with a mission to enable community engagement, inclusion and growth through volunteering.

 

We champion volunteering and we are continuously building our capability to support Central Coast community sector organisations to grow their service capacity.

 

From our establishment in 1986, Volunteering Central Coast has become recognised as a leader in the recruitment and referral of volunteers, and in delivering support and training to volunteer involving organisations.

 

Originally funded through various government departments to link people who wanted to volunteer with organisations that suited their interests and skills, VCC has matured from being a referral agency to become a skills matching service that offers a valued service to individuals and community organisations.

 

Our objectives are to: 

 

        Promote volunteering as a civic right of all citizens with particular focus on the participation of people living with  a

        disadvantage.

 

        Facilitate interaction, liaison and clear communication links between volunteers and volunteer involving

        organisations.

 

        Provide support and practical assistance through the provision of volunteer referral services, information and

        training.

 

        Resource, inform and support volunteer involving organisations to facilitate best practice volunteer management. 

 

        Foster communication and cooperation with other community organisations with similar aims.

 

        Attract, establish, train and maintain a strong volunteer base. 

 

Today, Volunteering Central Coast is an integral and valued part of the Central Coast community referring over 1,200 volunteers to more than 110 community organisations each year. 

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Strategic Plan

In mid-2015, the Volunteering Central Coast Board developed a strategic plan with four key objectives which sit under the four pillars of Profile, Clients, Quality and Sustainability:

 

OBJECTIVE 1: PROFILE

enhance our recognition, understanding and value in the community to attract and refer volunteers from all walks of life.

 

OBJECTIVE 2: CLIENTS

grow our capacity to encourage and support best practice in volunteer management by delivering targeted and effective services to members and prospective volunteers.

 

OBJECTIVE 3: QUALITY

improve our service quality by providing a centre of excellence in volunteer referral and resourcing, education and training.

 

OBJECTIVE 4: SUSTAINABILITY

form collaborative partnerships to support ongoing business development and financial sustainability.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

NEWS AND EVENTS

Volunteering Central Coast is an innovative not for profit organisation with a mission to enable community engagement, inclusion and growth through volunteering.

 

We champion volunteering and we are continuously building our capability to support Central Coast community sector organisations to grow their service capacity.

 

From our establishment in 1986, Volunteering Central Coast has become recognised as a leader in the recruitment and referral of volunteers, and in delivering support and training to volunteer involving organisations.

 

Originally funded through various government departments to link people who wanted to volunteer with organisations that suited their interests and skills, VCC has matured from being a referral agency to become a skills matching service that offers a valued service to individuals and community organisations.

 

Our objectives are to: 

Promote volunteering as a civic right of all citizens with particular focus on the participation of people living with  a

disadvantage.

 

Facilitate interaction, liaison and clear communication links between volunteers and volunteer involving organisations.

 

Provide support and practical assistance through the provision of volunteer referral services, information and training.

 

Resource, inform and support volunteer involving organisations to facilitate best practice volunteer management. 

 

Foster communication and cooperation with other community organisations with similar aims.

 

Attract, establish, train and maintain a strong volunteer base.

 

 

Today, Volunteering Central Coast is an integral and valued part of the Central Coast community referring over 1,200 volunteers to more than 110 community organisations each year. 

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