Looking to Volunteer?

FNQ Volunteers Inc. is the hub for volunteering in Far North Queensland, dedicated to connecting individuals with meaningful opportunities.

Explore a range of voluntary positions with trusted community organisations across the region.

Volunteers bring their unique energy, skills, and talents, enhancing every project. Volunteering offers hands-on experience, skill development, and a chance to strengthen your ties to the community.

Your interest in volunteering is warmly welcomed.

Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.

Follow these steps to connect with great volunteering opportunities:

  1. Search for positions using Keywords and your locations or browse the Categories.
  2. When you find a role/s that interest you, click on the Apply Now button, add your details and Submit Expression of Interest.
  3. Your expression of interest will be received by FNQ Volunteers and we will contact you to arrange an appointment time. Appointments can be in person at our office or over the phone.
  4. Attend your appointment and receive a referral to your chosen organization/s.

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Group of multiracial volunteers working in community charity donation center. Diverse volunteers collecting food donations in a warehouse. Focus on a blonde caucasian woman wearing eyeglasses.

Don’t know what kind of Volunteer position you’d like to do?

  1. Contact FNQ Volunteers Inc. to schedule an interview. You have the option of meeting in person at our office or conducting the interview over the phone.
  2. During this meeting, our friendly Volunteer Referral Officer will chat with you about your interests, skills and availability. These will then be carefully aligned with the most fitting volunteer opportunities we have available.
  3. Your referral will be sent to the Volunteer Coordinator of the organisations you have chosen.

Types of Volunteer Roles in FNQ

Types of volunteer roles in Far North Queensland