Who are we?
Invisible Illness Inc seeks to provide support, information and community for those living with physical, mental or neurological conditions that are not always visible from the outside.
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We are so grateful for the difference our volunteers make and we simply cannot survive without their contribution.
Our volunteers are of all ages and backgrounds and we are thrilled when they say how they enjoy giving back, that volunteering gives them purpose and they love meeting new people and making firm friends.
Whether it is offering professional experience or gaining new skills on the job, our volunteers are always willing to help.
We have many opportunities available and welcome new additions to our family
We are Centrelink Approved
Some Centrelink clients may be eligible to elect to volunteer with us to meet their Mutual Obligation Requirements. An individual’s eligibility to volunteer as part of their activity requirements will depend on that particular individual’s Mutual Obligation Requirements. We are a Centrelink approved organisation.If you would like to volunteer to meet your Mutual Obligation Requirements please speak to your Job Service Provider.
Work and Development Permit Scheme
A Work and Development Permit (WDP) allows eligible clients to reduce or even clear their outstanding court fine(s) by completing approved activities in place of paying. A WDP may be issued by the Fines Enforcement Registry (FER) once a Notice of Intention to Enforce (Court Fine) has been issued. You can work off your fines by volunteering with us.
We are holding a Volunteer Information Session during National Volunteer Week.
Come along and find out more about Invisible Illnesses Inc and what type of volunteering positions we have.