Would you like to contribute meaningfully to the community?

Warragul Community House prides itself in being a safe, friendly, accepting work environment that values each and every person coming into the House, be it participants for a course, clients, stakeholders, staff and volunteers.


Our volunteers are crucial to our core business; in turn, they get the opportunity to grow their skills and develop their workplace expertise. Our volunteers help manage the office, coordinate student enrolments, run activities, keep the house looking delightful, and even serve on our Committee of Governance. In a million ways both large and small, our volunteers support students and staff in the House on a daily basis. We couldn’t function without them!

Linda brings with her vast professional experience, and has held a variety of roles such as Motorvehicle Claims Officer, Underwriter, Chemist Assistant, Importer & Exporter, and had her own Housekeeping business.

Linda is currently supporting the Warragul Community House and brings with her, her immense life experience and jokes that people call her as a magnet that draws people and gets the job done.

John is a dynamic professional with years of experience in the field of management. He has held roles such as Assistant Manager with Woolworths store, Warehouse Manager with Pilkington Glass company, Cost Containment Manager with Pilkington Glass company, Logistic Manager with PPG Inc.

He is retired for 12 years now, and is currently assisting the Waragul Community House in Tax support, Tech support and providing assistance to the community in other  Government incentives such as Power bonus scheme.

Shirley has been a volunteer for the past 6 years at WCH supporting the Front Desk, which she says she thoroughly enjoys doing, and is the reason she goes above and beyond to serve the community, as it gives her joy; meeting people, assisting them and also loves being able to work with other volunteers and staff. Shirley has a Cert 3 in Home and Community Care and Cert 4  in Business Management. She owns a Mobile Mechanics business which the family have owned and operated for the past 19 years.

Faye has been volunteering for WCH for about 18 months now and she enjoys coming in every week, coordinating activities with other staff and volunteers. By being associated with WCH Faye feels a sense of achievement by giving back to the Community in the best ways possible. Faye has a Cert 3 in Education Support and Cert 3 in Home & Community Care and Aged Care. In the past she worked as Disability Support Worker and currently also involved with Guardian Facilities and Property Management.

Kaye’s volunteering experience at the WCH sums up to around 10 years. She enjoys the variety and sense of community which is the essence of WCH. She works on the front desk, as well as many varied activities as they arise which includes office management and assisting in  training new volunteers. Prior to being associated with the WCH, Kaye worked as a librarian and teacher before retirement, and finds volunteering very rewarding.

If you would like to be considered for volunteering at our wonderful house, please complete the Volunteer Application Pack below and email it to our coordinator with your resume (or a description of your skills and experience) at: info@wchouse.org.au

You will need to supply (or apply for) a current working with children check and a police check…but we can help you with these if need be, and will cover the cost!

Download our volunteer application pack