Volunteer

COVID-19 can’t stop us! We’re still recruiting volunteers.

It's really easy to get involved 

How to volunteer

Step 1: have a look at the calendar of activities to see what is coming up. Even if you aren't available for the events currently listed, you should still sign up and we will contact you when new events are added. 

Step 2: fill in our online form to Sign up to volunteer (if you are a new volunteer) or register an Expression of Interest (if you have volunteered with us before).

If you would like to volunteer inside the hospitals please click here

Thanks so much for your interest. We're looking forward to getting to know you! 

Volunteering is a two-way experience 

We know our volunteers really enjoy being involved with the Foundation and we love hearing their stories. You can read them in our Volunteer Vibes Newsletter and below we have also shared some of the lovely messages we have received over the past few months:

“It was just a small contribution but if everyone did a little a lot would be achieved. So I feel grateful to have a small part in this very important fundraising event.”

“I feel very happy that my help can impact positively on children's lives and the Foundation. All this makes me feel part of the something great and big… that I'm part of a big family.”

“Keep up the amazing work and I'm looking forward to getting involved again soon!”

“It was an exciting and new experience that I’m grateful for.”

Keep sending us your feedback so we can make your volunteering experience the best it can be, and send us your photos and stories for our Volunteer Scrapbook.

For more information regarding Corporate Volunteering please email corporateteam@schf.org.au or fill in the form below.

"Those who bring sunshine to the world cannot keep it from themselves"

– J.M. Barrie

Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation raises funds for Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick , The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Bear Cottage, the Newborn and Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS NSW) and Kids Research