WAFDC welcomes professionals, students, retirees and the general public to support our work. WAFDC volunteers share one common goal: a passion for improving the lives of deaf children and their families in WA.
Aside from wanting to work with others to help children with hearing loss and their families, people are inspired to volunteer with WAFDC for other reasons:
Students can enjoy meeting other young people and get work experience at the same time
Commit funds to support specific services of WAFDC
Those between jobs can make the best of their free time before starting a new job
Retirees can make good use of years of experience
Those with spare time can be rewarded with a fulfilling experience.
If you would like information on volunteering at WAFDC contact firstname.lastname@example.org