ECOSS thrives on the wonderful input from our Volunteers. It would be very difficult for ECOSS to develop and progress the way we do without our Volunteers. From working in the nursery and in our gardens. including the Community Garden, helping with our projects and events to helping in the office our volunteers give a large amount of time.
Volunteer activities rotate with our Seasonal Calendar of Events, and include passive and active roles. We value your skills and would love to create opportunities that interest you. We like to provide co-learning opportunities for skill sharing.
We welcome new Volunteers at any time and believe that there is no such thing as too many volunteers.
Please contact our wonderful Volunteer Coordinator Melanie Daymond on: firstname.lastname@example.org
All ongoing Volunteers require a Working with Childrens Check- our lovely staff can assist you with your application.
Cultural Diversity is important to ECOSS. We welcome all genders, rainbow people, all abilities and all cultures to work together in peace at ECOSS.
ECOSS pays respects to the traditional owners of this land- the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, and elders Past and Present.