Download various logos and images, and information regarding sponsorship marketing requirements.
This organisation is useful for all sorts of information for volunteers and for organisations that operate with or manage volunteers. It also has links to other volunteer networks and programs throughout Victoria.
You can become a member, however the free option gives you limited access.
There are also links to grants on this site and information and discussion on a number of topics related to volunteerism, including the upcoming changes to the Equal Opportunity Act as it applies to volunteers.
I Can Do That* – Volunteering Portal
This site has been developed by the Department of Planning and Community Development. A group is able to register their details and then advertise for volunteers. You will need your ABN or Incorporation details, email address, name and contact details, Insurance policy numbers to get started.
There is also a range of resources available, even if you do not register – templates for annual reports, policies, media tips, volunteer management, induction and training, communication templates, etc.
If you would like to register your organisation, and are having difficulty, please call UYCEL and we can help you set it up.
Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau Inc
This is another volunteer resource with plenty of useful information. They have developed a great resource: Way2Go Volunteering toolkit for volunteer management, which costs $150 and contains an array of templates, and a step by step guide to good volunteer management for organisations.
Volunteer Resource Bureau
Our Community is a social enterprise which provides access for community groups to a wealth of information relevant to the community sector.
To join is free and you can also register your organisation in their community directory. There are numerous topics covered such as grants, finding workshops, training, lesson banks, policy banks and tools and resources both free and to purchase.
Our Community publishes the Easygrants Newsletter once a month which lists all current grants available during the month in a wide range of fields such as community services, the arts, environmental, infrastructure, youth, health and more from philanthropic trusts, corporate and government. This particular newsletter is a paid subscription.
The website is a great source of information for community groups and well worth a look: ourcommunity.com.au
A useful site if you are seeking probono professionals to help with a project. Register your organisation, and follow the instructions to apply for Volunteer Match
Infoxchange, Serviceseeker and Green PC
This site has lots of information on available services Australia wide, jobs in the community sector, and other useful resources for community groups and individuals.
Useful links for Statistics
Statistical information on towns in the Upper Yarra Valley
This information has been sourced from QPZM Local Stats Australia based on the 2006 census.
Community Indicators Victoria
Gives a well laid out explanation of Wellbeing factors in the local government area:
Information such as social support, feeling part of the community, employment rate, food security, housing affordability, transport etc.
Yarra Ranges Council website
Information is available on Population, community profiles, economic profiles of the area:
Information can be found in the Community Indicators report how our local government area fares compared to metropolitan in things such as access to facilities, environmental stewardship, built environment, economy and tourism etc.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
QPZM Local Stats Australia
This is an easy to use resource for basic statistical information by town. Statistics are on population, country of birth, religion, marital status, employment/unemployment and average income and average rental and mortgage.
Our digital noticeboard network offers free advertising opportunities to community groups and sponsorship recipients. Located at the Warburton Newsagency, Warburton Community Bank® branch and the Yarra Junction Community Bank® branch, the noticeboards are updated regularly. Send your layout (in 16:9 format as JPEG or PDF) or send logos, images and text to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can create a slide on your behalf.
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