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The support of volunteers is integral to the efforts of Cancer Council NT to reduce the impact of cancer on our community.

Across Australia, more than 20,000 volunteers play vital roles in cancer prevention, fundraising, administration and providing information and support for people affected by cancer.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering is a positive way to support your local Cancer Council and people affected by cancer. Enthusiasm and a desire to help are the only qualifications you need.

Volunteering provides opportunities to: 

  • make a difference
  • share skills and experience
  • learn new skills
  • teach others
  • gain valuable work experience
  • meet people and make new friends
  • increase your confidence and self-esteem

Volunteer opportunities

Cancer Council NT has a range of short and long term volunteer roles in the below key areas. Within these areas there is an opportunity to work on specific projects and activities that fit your skills, interests and availability.

Events and Fundraising

One of the most enjoyable ways to volunteer is at a fundraising event. Volunteers are always needed for Daffodil Day, Relay For Life, Pink Ribbon Day and other events throughout the year.

Health Promotion

Work with the team to assist in promoting cancer prevention activities and health messages to the NT community. 

Support Services

Assist the Cancer Information and Support Services staff in various roles including transport, patient support, distribution of resources and general administration duties.


Put your office skills to use through administration support in order to assist in the general running of the Cancer Council NT office.

For more information, please email or call 08 8944 18000.

Submit your application here

This page was last updated on: Tuesday, October 1, 2019

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