Become A Volunteer

Requirements

Because TCL has youth aged 16 and under, we require all our Volunteers and Staff to have a Working With Children Check. It’s free and easy to apply for online or at your local NSW Service Centre.

The Working With Children Check (WWCC) is a requirement for anyone who works or volunteers in child-related work in NSW. It involves a National Police Check (criminal history record check) and a review of reportable workplace misconduct.

The outcome of a check is either a clearance to work with children or a bar against working with children. If cleared, the check will be valid for 5 years, however applicants are continuously monitored.

Joining Process

After you have obtained your WWC, then it’s simply a matter of identifying what skills you’d like to share and we can begin to find you a task and a time-slot that suits both you and the TCL Team.

Some skill sets that we’re always in need of are:

  • Woodworking Tuition
  • Sewing Tuition
  • Sewing Assistance with our ‘Luby Cuddlies’ dribble cloths
  • ‘Shop Attendant’ assistance on Saturday Mornings from 9am-12pm.
  • Market Stall Attendants on Sunday mornings from 6am-10am.

Register Here

Become a Volunteer





Woodworking AssistanceSaturday Morning Shop AssistanceMarket Stall AssistanceKnitting AssistanceSewing Assistance