Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre Inc (LVRC) is an Incorporated Not-for-Profit Organisation. We service Liverpool, Bankstown, Fairfield and surrounding areas.
We are located on the Top Floor of Liverpool City Library 170 George Street Liverpool. Our office hours are Monday â€“ Friday 9.30am to 2.30pm. We can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (02) 9601 6825 or Mobile 0408 863 051 or Fax (02) 9601 6931.
Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre (LVRC) offers a FREE service to Volunteers for registering with us and referral to an organisation.
There is a very small annual fee charged for Not-for-Profit Organisations to register. This provides access to recruitment, referral services and valuable training. If your organisation is unfunded and is experiencing difficulties affording registration fees please consult with the LVRC Manager about assistance.
Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre (LVRC) refers and provides a variety of training sessions that are in response to the needs of our volunteers and member organisations. We also offer a course, (please see our link on training for dates and times) â€˜Introduction to Volunteeringâ€™. People can learn more about volunteering and the volunteering opportunities within Liverpool, Bankstown, Fairfield and surrounding areas. Topics also include: benefits of volunteering, rights and responsibilities of volunteering.
We also offer a variety of other types of training. Please call or email us to obtain our training schedule – 9601 6825 or 0408 863 051 or email@example.com
LVRC is funded through the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) and the NSW Government Family and Community Services (FACS).
You’re also invited to join our Liverpool City volunteer community through a NSW government initiative called Timebanking. This initiative, auspiced by the Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre, is a community program that allows the voluntary exchange of services between members.
Here’s how it works:
It’s as simple as give an hour, receive an hour: by giving one hour to helping another member, you earn one hour of time credits which can be used to receive services that are of personal value such as dog walking, ironing, community gardening, language tuition, painting, administrative assistance… you’re only restricted by your imagination.
To learn more about Timebanking, check out this website: https://www.timebanking.com.au/home/Liverpool City , or phone Liverpool City’s Timebanking Coordinator, Melissa Cotterill at the Liverpool Volunteer Resource Centre on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (10am until 2pm) on 9601 6825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .