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Offer a helping Hand – Join our Volunteer Team!

Volunteers are crucial to the operation of our programs.  By giving as little as an hour a month you can make a difference in your community. 


Meals On Wheels volunteers urgently needed in Numurkah, Yarrawonga and Cobram.

Volunteer Now - To join the Meals on Wheels Team telephone Lorraine Northeast, Volunteer Co-ordinator on (03) 5742 1111

Volunteers required for Yarrawonga Community Opportunity Shop.

Volunteer Now - To join the Yarrawonga Community Opportunity Shop Team telephone Robin Harwood, Manager Opportunity Shop and Foodshare on 0439 722 425.

How do I become a MHA volunteer?

To volunteer in our Meals on Wheels or Planned Activity Groups please telephone Lorraine Northeast, Volunteer Co-ordinator on (03) 5742 1111.

To volunteer at the Opportunity Shop or in the Foodshare Program please telephone the Program Manager, Robin Harwood on 0439 722 425.

Is there a selection process for volunteers?

MHA Care will organise an interview with you when you offer your help to explain what we expect from you and what you can expect from us.  We will require references and undergo a police check at our cost.

What does it involve?

Meals on Wheels Volunteers deliver meals to MHA Care clients, using your own car, or acting as a partner to another volunteer as often deliveries are done in pairs.

Planned Activity Group volunteers assist clients with activities and social outings.  

Moira Foodshare volunteers assist with sorting and distributing food and goods and assisting customers.

Opportunity Shop volunteers sort and distribute goods and assist customers with purchases.

How much time will it take?

Anything from an hour a month depending on your availability.  The choice is yours.

MHA Care are happy to take whatever time you can give and this will be discussed at the initial interview.

New volunteers receive an induction into their new role, and experienced volunteers who have been involved for a while will share some of their experience and advice.

What can I expect from volunteering?

You will experience the satisfaction of knowing you are providing a vital service to the community. 

You will make new friends, learn new skills, and probably grow in self-esteem and confidence.

Your involvement will brighten the lives of others and make a real difference in your community

Home Care

Personal Care

Respite Care

Planned Activity Groups


Home Maintenance & Modifications


Opportunity Shop