Give your time and expertise to support community programs and organisations as a volunteer.
Volunteers are a vital part of our community and a great way to contribute your skills and time.
Casserole Club is home cooked food made by neighbours for neighbours.
Help nurture and share ideas with local residents about growing plants, flowers and herbs at one of our Community gardens.
Become a friend!
In Maribyrnong you can join a local friends of group to support and help maintain and support a particular park, conservation reserve or species of native flora or fauna.
Based out of Braybrook Community Hub, the Family Inclusive Language and Learning Support (FILLS) Program is a whole-of-family approach to education. It specifically caters for migrant and refugee families living in and around Braybrook.
If you are available to volunteer with the program as a tutor on Wednesdays after school, please contact the FILLS Projects Officer on 9188 5853 or via email.
See flyer(PDF, 133KB) for further information.
L2P driving program
The L2P program is a state funded program to assist learner drivers to gain their minimum of 120 hours of driving experience to become a safe and confident driver.
Opportunities are available for volunteer mentor drivers.
Volunteer West is based in the western region of Melbourne and provides information about volunteer opportunities, training and support to volunteers, coordinators and organisations.
Council is pleased to announce that during Volunteer Week 2018, it has endorsed the Maribyrnong City Council Volunteer Strategy 2018(PDF, 625KB). The Strategy sets a vision for Council to promote and support formal and informal volunteering. The development of the work will commence in the coming weeks.
If you have any comments or questions please email Community Development.