Whirled Foundation values the importance of volunteers and the contribution they make to our organisation. We welcome volunteer help in a range of areas including:
We welcome your suggestions of how you might help us. See below the positions we a currently looking to fill.
If you are interested in volunteering please fill in our Volunteer Expression of Interest form.
Positions are not guaranteed upon applying. All volunteer applications will undergo a screening process. Whirled Foundation may also conduct a reference check and police records check.
The following is a list of volunteer positions available with Whirled Foundation.
Whirled Foundation is looking for enthusiastic people with a variety of skills to join our committee. In particular we are looking for people to take on the roles of Fundraising Manager and Public Relations Manager. Click here for more details.
Whirled Foundation is seeking expressions of interest from those with experience in events management and operations. To grow our profile around Australia Whirled is looking to deliver a series of events for our members, medical professionals and members of the community. To deliver these events we require volunteers with experience in managing and hosting events. If you or someone you know are interested in getting involved please send your CV and a letter outlining your relevant experience to
Willing to speak with local members who are newly diagnosed to offer hope, encouragement and support and assist in distributing MA brochures and other material in your local area to increase public awareness.
Able to co-ordinate and implement a professional communications and promotional plan for Whirled Foundation.
Experienced in understanding and interpreting Government invitations for accessing public funding. Skills in preparing persuasive and professional grant proposals on behalf of Whirled Foundation.
Professional expertise in media relations and strategies to raise the profile of Whirled Foundation in the public arena and with other relevant audiences.
Able to write attractive and persuasive communication items including media releases, radio and postings on electronic media.
Willing to serve on medical and Scientific Advisory Committee
Whirled Foundation is always looking for people to share their personal stories and help raise awareness of vestibular disorders and Whirled Foundation through local media.
Able to publicly present on behalf of Whirled Foundation to Community Groups
If you are interested in any of the above positions please fill in our Volunteer Expression of Interest form and email it to
Whirled Foundation adheres to Volunteering Australia’s Principles of Volunteering
Click here to view the Whirled Foundation Volunteer Policy & Procedure document.
Peer or mutual support is a strong and important aspect of living with a vestibular condition. The word “peer” which means ‘one of equals’ is important. It differentiates this type of support from other rehabilitation services provided by professional health-based organisations. Peers are not health professionals or medical experts. They are volunteers who have been diagnosed with the same or a similar condition or illness and who are willing to share their time and experiences to offer hope, encouragement and a positive role model to others, especially the newly diagnosed.
Whirled Foundation peer support groups are for anyone living with a vestibular condition, including their family members, friends and carers. Whirled Foundation peer support meetings provide a great opportunity to learn more about your vestibular condition while getting to know others who have first-hand experience of living with the condition. The groups offer information, social connection, hope and support.
Becoming a Peer Support Group Leader can be both a challenging and rewarding experience. Whirled Foundation offers information and administrative support for Peer Support Group Leaders and can link Leaders together to share knowledge and experience.
It’s easy. Contact our office to express your interest in commencing a group. Our staff will guide you through the process, assist in identifying members in your area and help you get your group started. Please contact our office on 1300 368 818.