Work, learn, donate or share with us
Working for Warrina means being at the forefront of violence prevention and response in our community.
All staff are required to work collaboratively and within a feminist framework.
The Warrina team is made up of exceptional professionals who bring a variety of skills and experience to the work. We employ case workers, crisis intervention workers, advocates, specialist community based positions, men’s behaviour change practitioners and trainees.
The most important thing we look for when we bring on new staff is passion, dedication and being a great team player.
Here is a list of our current vacancies (click role to open):
WOMEN’S DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE SPECIALIST WORKER
You can email us with your resume.
Warrina welcomes your support of our work. Every dollar you donate goes directly to help clients. Donations to Warrina support us to deliver food, material aid, pay for emergency accomidation, transport women and kids to a safe place, run support groups and make improvements to the Women and Children’s refuge.
We are a deductible gift recipient, with all donations over $2.00 tax deductible.
To make a donation by credit card, please click on the link below.
Alternatively, you can make an EFT transfer to our account:
and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details to get a receipt.
Warrina holds Authority to Fundraising #14867 under section 13A of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991.
Donating quality goods
- What is the goods and what shape is it in?
- Where is it located and could you assist with transportation
- How long can you hold it for?
Please also send a picture of the item attached to the email Warrina considers the following when accepting quality goods.
- Is it high quality and in working order?
- Do we have a client who needs it (due to the high cost of storage, we can not hold stuff for long periods of time)?
- Can we transport it for a low cost?
If we can not accept the donation, please consider taking it to a local op shop. Warrina has a relationship with a number of op shops who will ensure our families are able to set up their new homes with all the creature comforts they deserve.
Sharing skills, sharing time
Do you have a skill that could be of use to Warrina? There are many ways you can support Warrina to assist women and children to live a life free of violence. Warrina is made up of a community based, Board of Management, takes on volunteers and is able to connect you to clients who require pro-bono services.
If you have a qualifications or a local business in areas such as…
- hair dressing
- driving lessons
- teaching English
- landscaping or lawn
- animal rescue or care
- dental care
- business management
…why don’t you get in touch (email@example.com) to have a chat about ways you can help!
Warrina is able to take on student placements for community welfare or bachelor or masters qualifying in social work.
To complete a student placement, please get in touch with us through firstname.lastname@example.org with your course, your CV, placement dates, your university or TAFE coordinators contact and your area of study. Please make sure to also tell us what your expected outcomes of the placement might be and your area of interest so we can make sure we are a good fit for your studies.
Would your workplace like to partner with Warrina? Please get in touch with our CEO (email@example.com) to talk about ways we can work together to end gendered based violence in our community.