Volunteering with The Hospital Research Foundation Group is a great way to give back to the community and develop your skills. You’ll work in a supportive team environment and channel your energy to help fight for cures and improved care.
You’ll work with motivated people, learn about The Hospital Research Foundation Group and get a unique insight into the highly competitive charity sector.
Volunteering for charity provides substantial benefits to our community and, and importantly it also provides significant benefits to you as a volunteer.
Giving your valuable time is a great way to give back to the community!
You can volunteer your skills and develop new ones. Having skilled volunteers saves THRF Group valuable dollars which means more goes to the cause, while providing amazing support to our team.
When you volunteer you are connected with new people and can build new relationships, having a lot of fun along the way.
Our volunteers get a sense of purpose and achievement from giving their time to our charity.
Volunteering for a charity can be a pathway into a future career – some of our volunteers have gone on to become paid employees!
Events and ActivationsHelp in the lead up to, or on the day, at our events and public activities, engaging and raising awareness of our cause.
Office AdministrationGet up close and personal with our team by helping with essential tasks across our Marketing, Fundraising, Communications and Events teams.
Supporter EngagementChat with our supporters and learn their shared passion for finding cures and improving care.
Who can volunteer?
Our volunteers are an amazing group of people who range from 18 to 70+ years old! They come from all different backgrounds and bring diverse skill sets to our charity. We value the support of every single one of our volunteers and would for love you to join us!
Where are we located?
We offer volunteer opportunities in Adelaide at our head office (Woodville), our hospital-based offices (Royal Adelaide Hospital and Lyell McEwin Hospital), and at various events in central Adelaide and surrounds.
Why do our volunteers love being part of our family?
Sally started volunteering for THRF Group because she wanted to give back to support those who helped her through her own health battle. Sally lived with Type 1 Diabetes for 33 years and was on dialysis for two years. After four years waiting on the transplant list, Sally finally received a kidney and pancreas transplant to treat her diabetes!
“I was in hospital a lot and they helped me a lot, so I just wanted to give back.”
Sally, THANK YOU for helping us in the fight to save lives and improve care for people living with illness and disease, including diabetes.
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Ready to volunteer?
Check out the currently available volunteering opportunities here.
If there are no opportunities currently available, please complete the Expression of Interest application.
As soon as a position suitable for your skills and experience becomes available we will be in touch!