Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us.

We couldn’t do the work we do without our volunteers. And we’re always on the lookout for more, dedicated, compassionate people to join us.

Our team is dedicated to bringing to light the lived experience of mental health and AOD families and friends and sharing that information in boardrooms, on discussion panels, in policy submissions, through our Family and Friends Representation Program, and how we function as an organisation.

This is an exciting time for our organisation. Our impact and advocacy work is continuing to expand. We need kind, capable, energised people to help us deliver our promise to empower mental health and AOD families and friends across Tasmania.

Does this sound like you? Want to know more? Feel free to Contact us.

Current Volunteering Opportunity

Calling all Data Entry Champions!

Are you ready to dive into the world of data and help us create stronger connections with families and friends across Tasmania? We’re on a mission to boost engagement and make a positive impact, and we need your help to build an extraordinary database!

What’s the role all about?

Get ready to unleash your data skills and be a champion for our community! As a volunteer data entry whiz, you’ll play a crucial role in building our database, ensuring that every piece of information is accurately recorded. By doing so, you’ll help us reach more families and friends, creating a network of support and togetherness throughout Tasmania.

Full Training  Is Provided: Don’t worry if you’re new to data entry – we’ve got you covered! Our team will provide you with comprehensive training, transforming you into a data entry superstar. You’ll gain valuable skills and knowledge that will benefit you in the future or build on your existing data entry skills.

Why should you join us?

Fun and Fulfilling:  Your work will directly impact the lives of others, creating stronger connections across Tasmania.

Team Spirit: Join a dynamic and supportive team of like-minded individuals who are passionate about making a difference. We believe in the power of collaboration and value everyone’s ideas.

Flexibility: Life can be a whirlwind, but we understand that. That’s why we offer flexible volunteering hours to fit your schedule. Whether you prefer to contribute by working in our office or at home, we’ll find a way to make it work for you.

The Office: A contemporary and accessible physical working environment with easy access to parking around the Glenorchy area.

Reimbursement: Security screening is reimbursed, and a laptop and internet toggle is provided.


The length of the position is three to four months.  Hours of work are negotiable, but ideally two to three days per week;  Monday to Thursday.


A current National Police Certificate and Working with Vulnerable People Check, or the ability to obtain.

How to Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume by 15th November 2023.   Email your application to Vicki @ vicki@mhff.org.au

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