At Cystic Fibrosis WA (CFWA), we receive significant support from volunteers in the community who generously offer their time, passion and skills to support children, young people and adults living with cystic fibrosis (CF) in WA. Volunteering is a fun, rewarding way to be involved in your community and help others at the same time.

There are opportunities to volunteer through the year and we are always happy to welcome new members to our team, no matter your age or where you live. Our volunteers include school, university and TAFE students, retirees and everyone in between!

Register now or contact our Events and Community Fundraising Coordinator at events@cfwa.org.au  or on 08 6224 4100 for more information.

Become a volunteer

Signing up is easy!

Complete the volunteer form by filling out your details and confirming you have read the volunteer policy. Then we’ll send you confirmation and sign you up to our E-newsletter so you are notified when new opportunities are available. You can also keep up to date by liking and following us on Facebook.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Our volunteers are a valuable part of our team and we rely on them for the success of our awareness and fundraising. Some of the ways that volunteers can help include; providing event support, being an ambassador, sharing a skill, delivering or collecting items and helping around the office. Here are some of our current volunteer opportunities, to register your interest for one of these roles email events@cfwa.org.au or phone 08 6224 4100.

65 Roses Day

Role: Come and join the dedicated team of people and organisations to help us paint WA with roses this 65 Roses Day!
Click here to learn more.

Fundraising Committee

Role: We are forming a volunteer committee to help with our fundraising and awareness raising activities in 2021 and we are looking for volunteer committee members. Click here to learn more.

Collection Tin Crew

Role: We need your help to place our fundraising tins in new locations in the community, such as your local café, deli or newsagent.
Register your interest

Community Representative

Role: Help spread awareness for CF by sharing information in the media or talking about your own CF experiences and stories.
Register your interest

Events & Communications

Role: Provide support to the CFWA Marketing team including; event assistance, data entry and content creation for social media.
Register your interest

Share your story

Sharing the stories of our members and supporters is an important way that we raise awareness for CF in the community. We share these stories through our RED Magazine, E-News, social mediaROZEE Magazine, our website, YouTube, newspapers and radio. We’re always looking for people who can share their experiences and stories of living with CF.

Children and adults with CF, family members, friends, fundraisers and supporters all make great ambassadors for our cause. If you would like to volunteer your time and share your story, please contact our Events and Community Fundraising Coordinator at events@cfwa.org.au or on 08 6224 4100.


At the end of each year, we celebrate the achievements of our sponsors and volunteers with an awards evening. We look forward to seeing all our volunteers there!

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