Volunteers

Value child safety? Constable Care Child Safety Foundation has many opportunities for volunteers!

Constable Care Safety School

Volunteers needed everyday

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The Constable Care Safety School is opening in term 4 2017 and will be WA's first road and transport safety school. This exciting primary school excursion destination will feature a replica town with fully-functioning traffic lights and rail crossings. Students will also enjoy lessons that include cutting-edge augmented reality. WA has the highest road toll per capita in Australia, and sadly many of the victims are children. This exciting and high tech primary school excursion destination will teach children road and pedestrian safety skills that could one day save their lives.

The Safety School will need special volunteers each day to assist classes in navigating model roads, crossings and rail lines safely.

Constable Care Safety School volunteers will need to be available during school hours and be willing to get a Police Clearance and Working with Children Check.

If you can help us contact our Events & Community Relations Coordinator:

E: leah@cccsf.org.au
T: 08 9272 0011 

Click here to learn more about the Constable Care Safety School.

 

Lost Child Points

Volunteers needed monthly (approx) 

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It's every parent’s worst nightmare is to lose sight of their child at an event where there are thousands of people. Lost Child Points are a best-practice Child Safety Management Solution designed to minimise risk and reduce trauma for children and parents attending WA's family-oriented events. 

Constable Care provides Family Meeting Points at many events such as HBF Run for a Reason, Australia Day Skyworks, Mandurah Crab Fest, Christmas Pageant etc.  Child wristbands are also provided for parents to write their contact details on.

It takes a special person to help reunite children with their families. Can you help?

Click here to learn more about Constable Care Lost Child Services.

 

Comfort Packs

Volunteers needed occasionally

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More than 1,100 children in WA have to leave home every year as a result of abuse, neglect or other crisis situations. When children have to leave home and go into crisis care as a result, it is often quickly and without being able to take the basics.

Constable Care Comfort Packs provide these kids with the essentials, such as toiletries, toys, pajamas to help make their stay away from home more bearable. Comfort pack donations are gratefully accepted and volunteers are required to help pack and distribute the packs. Can you spare a few hours to help?

Click here to learn more about Constable Care Comfort Packs.

Register your interest

Interested? Contact our Events and Community Relations Coordinator:

Leah Gorman
E: leah@cccsf.org.au  
T: 08 9272 0011

Please include your potential availability. 

 

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