Supporting – Caring – Learning

Have you ever considered volunteering a few hours of your time a week, a fortnight or even monthly to help support those in need in the community?

Just a small amount of your time, on a regular basis, in one of our innovative programs will make a huge difference in improving the quality of lives for those people who would benefit the most.

The Greek Welfare Centre offers a diverse range of volunteering roles in the Greek Meals Service; Walking Groups; Art & Craft; Computer/IT Classes; Carer Support Program; Social Support Programs; in Promotions, Marketing & Publications; Event Organisation; Administration and more…

Join our dedicated and passionate group of Volunteers and experience the rich rewards that come from volunteering!

Download our Volunteer Flyer here.

Why be a Greek Welfare Centre Volunteer?

Enjoy the sense of personal growth, development and well-being that comes from helping those in the community who may be disadvantaged or isolated.

Receive professional support and training in broadening and developing your skills.

Meet and socialise with other volunteers who share similar interests.
Connect with your local and wider community.

Reimbursements are paid with specific roles.

Interested in becoming a volunteer?

    • Come and meet the friendly team at the Centre and have a chat with the Volunteer Coordinator.
    • Drivers licence preferable but not necessary.
    • Police clearances are required – at no cost to you.

No experience necessary, all enquiries welcome.

Become a Greek Welfare Centre Volunteer today!

Greek Meals Service Volunteers

GMS volunteers deliver nutritious meals to clients in their homes, simultaneously providing invaluable social interaction which is imperative to the well-being of those in our community in need and often, the only contact they may have.

‘They so look forward to my visit…’

  • Do you have a few hours once a week or a fortnight?
  • Drive your own vehicle and receive a petrol reimbursement.
  • Must have Driver’s Licence and full comprehensive vehicle insurance.
  • A police clearance is required – at no cost to you.


‘Some people are so lonely and we (the volunteers) are the only people they might see for a few days.’

‘I love seeing the smile on their face every time I visit.’

‘It has given me a purpose.’

‘The clients are so grateful that we give them a little of our time.’

‘I’ve realised that if we ALL did something to help others, even in the smallest way, the world would be a much better place.’

‘I’ve realised that a little kindness goes a very long way.’

Volunteer Expression of Interest


    The Greek Welfare Centre of SA is a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. Many of the Greek Welfare Centre’s services for the aged are supported by the Australian Government Department of Health under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme, and our Ageing Well programs (including the St Philothei Community Network) by Office for Ageing Well | SA Health. Note that although funding for these services has been provided by the respective government departments, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of those governments.