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Courage to Care

Contact

Name: Freyja Dixon

Position: Program Administrator

Email: info@couragetocare.com.au

Address

PO Box 6126

UNSW Sydney

Sydney 1466

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Our Mission / Objective

Courage to Care aims to inform Australians of the dangers of prejudice and discrimination.

It educates towards an understanding of the roles of victim, perpetrator and particularly bystander.

Courage to Care strives to combat discrimination in all forms by inspiring and empowering the individual to take positive action.

Projects in Progress

Courage to Care travelling exhibition and program

Courage to Care in the Classroom

Courage to Care teacher training

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

57 735 969 893

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

To find out about the volunteers currently involved with Courage to Care NSW, view Our Team here.

Courage to Care NSW has over 130 volunteers in diverse roles. Many travel with the exhibition and the program as guides, living historians, coordinators and workshop leaders. Others work behind the scenes supporting program delivery in roles such as project management, administration, logistics, education and training, research, quality control, WH&S, graphic design and video production.

Some people volunteer regularly on an ongoing basis, while others volunteer for specific exhibitions and projects. Some enjoy volunteering across a range of different tasks at a time, others specialise in a specific volunteer role. Each and every contribution is unique and helps to ensure the continued success of the exhibition and the program.

Are you looking to volunteer and make a difference? Courage to Care welcomes new volunteers – we believe all volunteers bring unique skills and strengths to the program, and there are opportunities to be involved in a range of roles and activities.

Are you interested but want to find out more? Come along to one of our information sessions to learn more about the organisation and possible volunteer roles, as well to meet other volunteers and find out why they are so committed to Courage to Care. Information sessions are held regularly – please contact Vicki, vicki@couragetocare.com.au, about potential volunteering opportunities. Alternatively, contact usand we will notify you of an upcoming session, or discuss any queries in depth.

Already know of our organisation and program and keen to commence volunteering with us? Fill in the below sign up form, email or post it back and we will be in touch with you shortly.

Volunteer Information

Courage to Care Volunteer Sign-Up Form

Courage to Care Volunteer Information sheet

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Courage to Care aims to inform Australians of the dangers of prejudice and discrimination.

It educates towards an understanding of the roles of victim, perpetrator and particularly bystander.

Courage to Care strives to combat discrimination in all forms by inspiring and empowering the individual to take positive action.

Projects in Progress

Courage to Care travelling exhibition and program

Courage to Care in the Classroom

Courage to Care teacher training

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

57 735 969 893

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

To find out about the volunteers currently involved with Courage to Care NSW, view Our Team here.

Courage to Care NSW has over 130 volunteers in diverse roles. Many travel with the exhibition and the program as guides, living historians, coordinators and workshop leaders. Others work behind the scenes supporting program delivery in roles such as project management, administration, logistics, education and training, research, quality control, WH&S, graphic design and video production.

Some people volunteer regularly on an ongoing basis, while others volunteer for specific exhibitions and projects. Some enjoy volunteering across a range of different tasks at a time, others specialise in a specific volunteer role. Each and every contribution is unique and helps to ensure the continued success of the exhibition and the program.

Are you looking to volunteer and make a difference? Courage to Care welcomes new volunteers – we believe all volunteers bring unique skills and strengths to the program, and there are opportunities to be involved in a range of roles and activities.

Are you interested but want to find out more? Come along to one of our information sessions to learn more about the organisation and possible volunteer roles, as well to meet other volunteers and find out why they are so committed to Courage to Care. Information sessions are held regularly – please contact Vicki, vicki@couragetocare.com.au, about potential volunteering opportunities. Alternatively, contact usand we will notify you of an upcoming session, or discuss any queries in depth.

Already know of our organisation and program and keen to commence volunteering with us? Fill in the below sign up form, email or post it back and we will be in touch with you shortly.

Volunteer Information

Courage to Care Volunteer Sign-Up Form

Courage to Care Volunteer Information sheet

Our Annual Reports

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