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Corporate Volunteering is a great way for employees to volunteer and connect with their local community, either individually or with a group of colleagues.

These group sessions are fun, productive and rewarding. We are thrilled to welcome back a number of corporate groups for their ‘corporate volunteering day’ each year.

What size group can you accommodate and when can we come?

We can accommodate individuals and groups of up to around 12-15 people. Sessions are generally run 10.30am to 2.30pm.

What can we expect from the day?

We put together a variety of tasks depending on the size of the group and what is most needed at the time.

Tasks may include assembling cots and bassinets, cleaning prams and high chairs, sorting clothes, shoes, toys, processing donations, making packs for families in need, helping prepare items for social workers to collect etc.

Where are you located?

283 Kingsway, Caringbah, (rear access is via the car park, entrance next to 22 – 24 Banksia Rd.)

We are located not far from the station and there is a large car park at the rear entrance.

Lunch

There are a number of shops and cafes in the area, or you can bring lunch with you (we have a kitchen area). You are welcome to take a lunch break that suits your group.

What should we wear?

Wear comfortable casual clothing with covered in shoes for safety. It can be cold in winter and hot in summer, so please dress accordingly.

If you would like more information about group corporate volunteering please get in touch.

The greatest thing I learnt out of Bamboo working in with the Dandelion team for the day was how easy it is to make a difference in someone’s life. Dandelion seems to have got the balance right where, as a charity there are procedures and policies they need to adhere to, but they don’t let that dictate who they are or let it get in the way of doing a hard day’s work. We felt a sense of community just being there and I felt inspired to know by making small changes, or giving even a few hours of your time you can really make a difference.

Amelia, Bamboo Marketing