Volunteer Opportunities

Cottesloe Coastcare Association

Regular working bees are held on the first Sunday of the month and other times as required. You can find out where and when on Coastcare’s website (link to www.cottesloecoastcare.org ). Volunteer roles include planting seedlings, weeding and collecting seed. Community, school and corporate groups are welcome so please contact us if your group would like to contribute with a working bee.

Cottesloe Coastcare volunteers receive support from Perth NRM Coastcare Officers.

For more information see:

Cottesloe Coast Care Association

Solaris Cancer Care

Solaris Cancer Care relies on the invaluable help of many volunteers, without which we could not provide many of our services. We are incredibly grateful for all their time and energy and consider our volunteers an integral part of our organisation.  Volunteering helps Solaris Cancer Care conserve the funds that we raise so that more of this money can be used to help people diagnosed with cancer and their families.

You can volunteer in a range of areas including complementary therapies, patient services, research, events, and fundraising. Further information is available on the Solaris Cancer Care website.

Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club

Established in 1909, Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club (Cottesloe SLSC) has had a long and proud history.

Cottesloe SLSC was the first surf life saving club established in Western Australia. Cottesloe is Perth’s most popular beach and is patrolled by lifesavers and lifeguards to keep the beach as safe as possible for the community and visitors. 

New members are most welcome! You can join as a patrolling member, a family, or join our nippers program that gets the younger ones confident on the beach and in the surf. You may also want to join to compete in life saving events, to get fit and healthy, make new friends or enjoy the club’s vibrant social life. Whatever your reason, Cottesloe SLSC has something to suit almost everyone.

Don't want to patrol and be a lifesaver, but want to help the community and be part of the social atmosphere? No problem. We have many other membership options available for you to become a club volunteer.

Surf Club

Cottesloe Toy Library

The Cottesloe Toy Library is always looking for volunteers to assist with the lending out of toys and books to young children. There is a roster system and volunteers can assist when it suits their schedule. Opening hours are 9:30 - 11:00am Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Further information is available on the Cottesloe Toy Library website.

Cottesloe Toy Library

RSL Cottesloe

The Cottesloe RSL meet quarterly (Tuesdays) at the Cottesloe Civic Centre. If you would like to assist the RSL with ANZAC Day preparations, Poppy Day collection or other events they put on during the year, or enquire about attending their meetings, contact the branch Treasurer Jon Sciortino on 0410 446 655 or sciortino@iinet.net.au.

Website: www.cottesloersl.org.au

RSL Cottesloe

North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club

Volunteers are the lifeblood of North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club. Volunteers undertake a variety of roles from surf life saving patrols, coaching and officiating, leading our junior age groups, participating on committees, sausage sizzles and much more.

For more information contact the club on 9286 2626 or email the office: office@ncslsc.com

North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club

SHINE Community Services

SHINE is supported by the Town of Cottesloe and provides all types of services for people with disabilities of all ages, and older people in the community to assist them to remain in the community, from a social club to domestic assistance, shopping assistance, personal care, gardening, social outings. Volunteer drivers, gardeners, carers and cooks are some of the positions regularly sought by Shine.

For more information contact the office on 9253 5555 or email volunteers@shinecs.com.au or visit their website www.shinecs.com.au

SHINE Community Services

Westcoast Community Centre

The Westcoast Community Centre, a volunteer, not for profit organisation, has run programs of learning and leisure for the community since 1993. Our motto is "learning, creating, sharing knowledge & teaching".

The centre is a meeting place for members and non-members of the community to increase their knowledge and skills through a variety of activities, talks, exercise and visits to places of interest. We meet weekly during the school term at The Grove Library Precinct, Community Room, 1 Leake St, Peppermint Grove.

Contact: Nicky MacDougall on 9286 8676

Email: westcoastcommunity@gmail.com

Website: https://www.westcoastcommunity.com.au/

Post: P.O. Box 340 COTTESLOE WA 6911