Support Counterpoint

You can partner with us to help create a better future for your community

The availability of volunteering opportunities at Counterpoint is dependent on the current needs of our services.

Volunteer opportunities are updated and can be negotiated depending on the community needs, your skills and resources available.

Volunteering with Counterpoint often requires working with some of the most and disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our community.

Due to the nature of our work we require volunteers to complete either a police check and/or a Working with Children Check if accessing information relating to or working with children or vulnerable people.

Corporate support and partnerships can help social purpose organisations like Counterpoint to enhance our impact. Corporations and businesses may provide financial support as well as access to new networks, skills and pro bono resources to growing impact of our work.

We are always looking for opportunity to work with corporations and businesses that focus any shared value initiative from Counterpoints social purpose perspective to enhance our social impact through working in partnerships with any corporate in delivering highly rewarding programs to the community.

You can support Counterpoint providing more services to your community by making a donation.

All donations over $2 is tax-deductible.

• Direct deposit
Account Name: Counterpoint Community Services INC
BSB No: 062 231
Account No: 10351723
• A cheque made out to Counterpoint Community Services Inc
• Over the phone simply by calling (02) 9698 9569

Student placements give learners the opportunity to apply the theory and skills they gained while studying in a professional workplace.

The placements can give students the chance to get the skills they need to transition successfully from study to work. At the same time, industry gets the opportunity to enrich student learning experiences and increase the number of work-ready graduates.

We currently received student placements studying in the social sciences faculty from both local and international tertiary institution including:

• Australian College of Applied Psychology
• University of Sydney
• University of New South Wales
• National Chengchi University, Taiwan
• City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong