What do our volunteers do?

Our volunteers generously donate their time to make a difference in the lives of others. Visit with our Lulworth House residents, accompany us on our community programs or greet patients arriving in our Private Hospital. Gift your presence to our community and join our team of volunteers.

What will you gain from volunteering at St Luke’s Care?

Volunteering benefits the volunteer as much as those you are helping. It can be a very sociable experience and an opportunity to meet new people and form bonds with them. Volunteering can also add to your sense of value and self-worth, as you are making a real difference in the lives of those you help.

What are we looking for in our volunteers?

We are looking for people who can dedicate a minimum of 2 hours a week to volunteering with us and who are able to commit to at least 3 months with us.  

What do you need to do to volunteer with us?

We ask that all our volunteers need to be immune to Varicella, Measles, Mumps and Rubella and Hepatitis B (only for volunteers in our Hospital). To prove immunity, you either need to show proof of vaccination or take a serology test (we will give you a serology form to take to a medical provider to have blood drawn and a serology test performed). You will also need NDIS clearance. Our Volunteer Co-ordinator can assist in all these processes.

Join us in making a difference