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Volunteer With Us

Volunteer with us.

From day programs to weekend camps, there is an experience that is just right for you! 
Volunteering with Cahoots will be like nothing you’ve experienced before.
You will build life-long friendships, learn new skills and make an impact to WA families.

What do Cahoots
volunteers
do?

Your primary role as a Cahoots volunteer is to provide duty of care for participants while helping them have fun, explore new activities, grow in confidence and skills, make friends and feel connected in a safe and inclusive environment.

All volunteer expenses are covered by Cahoots including accommodation, transport and catering.

Some of the activities include archery, water sports, petting zoos, bounce, inflatable world, visits to water parks and much more!

The volunteer role includes:
– Duty of care for participants and ensuring their safety.
– Helping participants learn and explore new activities, make friends and feel connected.

Spend your weekend building friendships and connecting with likeminded people, while helping children facing exceptional challenges grow in confidence and skills.

Over the weekend participants come out of their shell, make friends, connect and explore new skills – with your help!

Weekend camps run from Friday evening to Sunday evening, during school terms.

Duration: 2.5 days, 2 nights

Depart: Friday 3:30pm

Return: Sunday 5pm

Includes: Transportation, catering and activities.

Join us for a Saturday of fun, friends, and connection to help children facing exceptional challenges.

Your time will be spent ensuring participants have fun, explore new activities, grow in confidence and skills, make new friends and feel connected.

 


Day Programs run every Saturday during school term.

Duration: 5 hours

Starts: 9:30am

Ends: 2:30pm

Includes: Catering and activities

Join us for a night on the town with Cahoots Social Club!

A Saturday night of fun, friends, and connection to help children facing exceptional challenges.

Your time will be spent ensuring participants have fun, explore new activities, grow in confidence and skills, make new friends and feel connected.


Social Club run every Saturday during school term.

Duration: 5 hours

Starts: 3:30pm

Ends: 8:30pm

Includes: Catering and activities.

How do I become a volunteer?

Sign up.

To sign up click here.
For instructions on how to sign up click here. 

You will be asked to complete a short form including uploading a Working With Children’s Check and Police Clearance.  If you don’t have these documents already – we will help you get them!

Attend an induction.

Inductions will ensure that you know what to expect when you arrive for your volunteering experience and meet the people that will be along side you.

Find your volunteering experience.

Find a volunteering experience that works best for you.

Congratulations! You are now ready to volunteer.

Get ready to have some fun and help Cahoots kids feel connected.

Need help or have a question?  Email volunteer@cahoots.org.au

Why I volunteer at Cahoots.

“Before volunteering at Cahoots, I hadn’t experienced anything as amazing as this, it was a life-changing experience that brought so much laughter and joy but also challenged me and was unbelievably rewarding. The activities were so awesome and I had the chance to join in and have so much fun with everyone. I highly recommend Cahoots to anyone that is considering this, they were very supportive and accommodating to every volunteer. After camp, I felt so humbled but it has sparked my passion for working aside those with disabilities.” – Lucy

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