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Volunteer with Strong & Capable to help people with disability address community access and social isolation.

Giving a few hours of your time can make a big difference.

We have two types of volunteer roles;

Event Volunteer

As an Event Volunteer you can support people living with disability by;

  • Providing general event support in a group setting
  • Engaging in conversation with our community
  • Creating memories. 
This is a perfect role for people who don’t have many hours to spare in a month.   

Social Mentor

As a Volunteer Social Mentor you can support people living with disability to:

  • Build genuine relationships
  • Actively participate in community life and
  • Live a full life. 
This is the perfect role for someone that can commit to a few hours a month. 

Why volunteer with Strong & Capable?

  • Share your skills & interests
  • Upskill in diversity & inclusion 
  • Improve your employment prospects
  • Make a difference
  • Have fun.

Event Volunteers need to be;

  • Aged over 18 years
  • Committed to supporting people with disability to lead a full life
  • Be reliable, think outside the box and have an appetite for fun!

How to apply;

  1. Submit an expression of interest (1 minute to complete)
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Interested in becoming a Social Mentor?

Volunteer Mentors need to be;

  • Aged over 18 years
  • Have a Working with Children Check or the ability to obtain one
  • Commit to at least one mentor activity per month or as negotiated (approx 3-6 hours a month) for at least 6 months
  • Travel to various locations as negotiated
  • Undertake the induction process
  • Have lived experience with disability*
  • Able to pay for your own tickets, transport, activities as negotiated

What you’ll get;

  • Supportive team behind you
  • Opportunity to make a real difference
  • Complimentary membership with Strong & Capable
  • Set allowance towards each 1:1 mentoring session
  • Participation in a loyalty scheme


Ready to get involved?

  1. Submit an expression of interest (1 minute to complete)
  2. Be invited to complete your application via an online platform where you will need to upload Working with Children Check (WWCC)* and the details of 2 references 
  3. Induction and training sessions (Self paced online training with handbook)
  4. Start participating in program activities. 
    *If you need to apply for a WWCC please advise as these are FREE for Volunteers

Further information

Peer Mentor – Position Description,

Program Coordinator: Graeson
Contact details: or 0480 607 083

Corporate Volunteering

If you are serious about reaching your Corporate Social Responsibility targets, we’re interested to hear from you.

Enabling your workforce to volunteer as a Peer Mentor has additional benefits, including upskilling to deliver exceptional customer service to your customers with disabilities. 

Volunteering isn’t the only way we can work together, we are also looking for partners who  can offer in-kind, promotional and/or event support to help make a difference to our community. 

Reach out to discuss how together we can make good things happen, 

Contact: or on 0477 339 948

Volunteer Management Tool

We’re trialing a Volunteer Management platform called Volaby.

This is a self guided tool to help volunteers easily work through the requirements of becoming a volunteer.


Ready to be part of a united community who are fighting for better?

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