Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Beyond Blue.
We are currently in the process of reviewing our National Volunteer Program, which will include introducing new volunteer opportunities and screening checks such as Working with Children and National Police Checks.
We are not taking on new volunteer registrations at the moment, however we will be reopening the Volunteers Hub soon and new volunteers will be welcome to register at that time.
In the meantime, there are a number of other ways you can get involved, including joining our Speakers Bureau, our online reference group Blue Voices, various fundraising activities, or by supporting others through our online forums.
Visit our Get involved page to find out more about these opportunities. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We are fortunate to have many wonderful people volunteer their time and energy to help us promote good mental health in the community at festivals, sporting events, conferences and expos.
Volunteering for Beyond Blue is a great way to encourage conversations about mental health in the community, smash the stigma and help reduce the impact of anxiety and depression.
Studies have also shown that volunteering helps people feel more socially connected and provides a sense of purpose, pride and accomplishment – all great protective factors for your mental health!
Our volunteer roles include:
- representing Beyond Blue at events
- handing out Beyond Blue information resources
- collecting donations for Beyond Blue
- attending conferences and expos
- attending community festivals
- cheering on Team Beyond Blue at sporting events.
Please note: Beyond Blue volunteers do not do face-to-face or phone counselling, office work, student placements, internship programs or public speaking.