We’re on a mission to get the whole of Australia to get involved in the art of firefighting and disaster management. But we know not everyone wants to do it in a sassy firefighter suit. 

Coming together as a community to keep each other safe, exercise resilience and problem-solve is what it takes to make a splash at Girls on Fire. 

And that takes a diversity of skills (along with a diversity of people) to make that happen! 

(Psst –current frontline emergency workers should check out the volunteer opportunities on our facilitator page!). 

Volunteering for Girls on Fire 

As an organisation in start-up mode that is learning by doing, we’re always on the lookout for committed people willing to lend a hand. 

Girls on Fire is currently developing a volunteer program to help us make the most of our mission.

What do you receive? 

Girls on Fire is all about developing skills and making connections. As a registered not-for-profit association, we run our programs in line with
the guidelines set down by Volunteering Australia.

This means we have a minimum expectation of commitment outlined with each role. And each role in return has an agreed standard of recognition and benefit for the volunteer.