Interested in Volunteering?
Updated 20 January 2019
Project Numbat couldn’t function without its volunteers, whether they are committee members, fundraisers or presenters.
We’re always keen to hear from people who would like to lend a helping hand to our activities and they could include one-off assistance or a longer term position on the committee.
At the moment, we’re particularly keen to have people assist us with attending weekend markets in the Perth metropolitan area. We construct our stall, talk to people about Numbats and sell great Numbat merchandise! As a newbie you will always be paired with an experienced volunteer.
We still have 5 general committee member positions available. As a committee member you will be asked to attend monthly evening meetings in South Perth, run projects, attend markets to raise funds and awareness, write articles for our newsletter and importantly keep records too, but most of all .......... you will be part of our decision making process. Bring your skills to the committee or increase your skill base while helping to conserve the Numbat.
Field Work Volunteers
Occasionally we have opportunities for field work. We are fortunate to have a team of dedicated trained volunteers that help us with Numbat dig surveys every year however we do need a support person to cook dinners for us in November. Would you like a weekend in one of the cottages at Dryandra Woodland while being our cook support to feed the hungry and tired dig survey team?
We are currently investigating a project to improve and maintain Numbat habitat at Dryandra Woodland that will involve the hand removal of weeds.
If you are interested please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org we always aim to have in the process too and would like to hear about any ideas you have.