Volunteering – How can I help?
Volunteer to help run the facility
Volunteers are now needed to help operate Centenary House. This could be anything from gardening or helping with the laundry to perhaps helping clients with errands – anything that means they have one less worry at this critical moment of their lives. Volunteer registration form
Volunteers to help fund raise
Gippsland communities are generous, but people to help with the promotion and organisation are always needed. The Fundraising Sub-committee is always looking for new volunteers to help with events and activities.
Set up a ‘Friends of Centenary House’ group in your community
Awareness and ongoing support are crucial. By setting up a ‘friends’ group in your community you will help to spread the word about this facility and provide ongoing support.
Make a donation of money
This could be in many forms – a straight donation, a bequest in your will or perhaps a donation in the memory of a loved one. Whichever way you choose, your donation will be appreciated and will continue to support the Gippsland community for as long as there is a need for Centenary House. All donations are tax deductible. Donation/paver form
Make a donation of goods-in-kind
To operate this facility we will need all kinds of goods and services. Please contact us if you think you might be able to assist in any way.
Donate a paver
Donations over $50.00 can be recognised with a engraved paver in our Path of Gippsland. Please click here for more information
Become a sponsor
Sponsorship is an opportunity for your organisation to publicly declare its support for the communities of Gippsland. It is also an opportunity for the Centenary House committee to recognise your organisation as a proud partner in this important project. Your support can be recognised in many ways. Talk to us now about these opportunities.
Volunteering – Volunteer Registration
Operational volunteers working at Centenary House are required to have a police check prior to starting in the role. Please contact Centenary House if you are interested in volunteering or have any question about the process.
GIPPSLAND ROTARY CENTENARY HOUSE
is a Rotary Centennial Community Project initiated by the
- Latrobe Group of Rotary Clubs, District 9820
- Hazelwood, Drouin, Traralgon Central, Morwell, Mirboo North, Moe Trafalgar, Traralgon, Warragul
and Supported by the following District 9820 Clubs:
Bunyip / Garfield
Hastings Western Port
KooWeeRup / Lang Lang
Long Island Frankston
Phillip Island & San Remo
with active support from the following District Governors & their wives
|DG Ray & Judy Martin||DG David & Shirley Louden||DG Ray & Shelley Stewart||DG Dennis & Margaret Heslin|
|2003 - 2004||2004 - 2005||2005 - 2006||2006-2007|