Community Volunteer Project

CVP

Project Overview

The Community Volunteer Project (CVP) will train, recognise, support and provide innovative opportunities for volunteers to create, sustain and boost the next generation of 200,000 community volunteers.

This investment will:

  • educate, retain and train existing and potential volunteers;
  • ensure appropriate recognition and rewards for volunteers;
  • roll out volunteer workplace planning support to sport and recreation bodies that have significant volunteer systems to make it easier for volunteers to be involved; and
  • develop volunteers with new skill sets in sectors of our community that are not involved e.g. young people, low socioeconomic, remote, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) and Aboriginal.

For more information:

Vince Del Prete

Team Leader – People Development

(08) 9492 9835

Vince.DelPrete@dsr.wa.gov.au

 

 

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