How can you help?
Volunteers play an essential role in our organisation. We could not do our work without you.
Below is a list of specific volunteer opportunities. We'll still do a call out from time to time, but keep an eye out to see where you can get involved. For more details or to volunteer please get in touch on (08) 8210 8171, or email@example.com.
We were overwhelmed by offers from editors to work on an exciting project centred around refugees' journeys to Australia to be delivered in primary and high schools around SA. Let us know if you want to be involved in another way in the project, particularly if you have experience teaching or putting together units of work.
Commitment: as much as you'd like
When: ongoing, ideally by end of May 2021
Write about your experiences volunteering
We'd love to hear what you're doing within the sector in SA or Australia wide. You may have lived experience, or experiences working with people seeking asylum or refugees. We'll include what you've written on our blog and potentially social media. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know if you want to remain anonymous.
We have a range of long-term volunteer opportunities available. Some are self-directed and can be worked on from home, while others may require you to come to the J4RSA office and work more closely with the coordinator. Each involves a variety of skills, including editing, writing, researching and grant applications. If you’re interested get in touch at email@example.com or call (08) 8210 8171.
Commitment: ongoing, with potential for self-direction
Our members work together to provide support, education and advocacy for refugees and people seeking asylum in South Australia. We are likeminded individuals and organisations who care about the dignity and human rights of others. Find out more about what we do and how to join.
Justice for Refugees SA is made of up committed and hard-working individuals and organisations who generously give their time and expertise. You may volunteer across a range of areas, including events, research, advocacy, administration, campaigning, communication, finance and grant writing. Whether you’re interested in organising a movie screening fundraiser or helping with a letter drop at election time, join us as a member or contact us to talk about how you can help.
As a small not-for-profit organisation, Justice for Refugees SA relies on the goodwill of many. Consider showing your support for refugees and people seeking asylum in your community by giving a donation.
Spread the word
We are passionate about increasing awareness around the issues that affect refugees and people seeking asylum, and promoting inclusivity and tolerance. Find out how you can help spread the word.