Because every person with a disability wants to live their life their way.

Why Volunteer?

Why volunteer? People choose to volunteer at Allevia for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give something back to the community and make a difference to the lives of people around them. For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge.

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Our Impact

236

People with a disability who have found a place to call home with support from Allevia.

99%

The percentage of staff and clients vaccinated from CoVID-19.

100%

The percentage of people we support who  participate in and are truly included in the life of their community.

Latest news

  • Defend our NDIS

    Join the campaign to defend the NDIS. We are now just one week away from the Federal Budget, and the Federal Election will be called any day after it’s handed down. A reminder that the Open Letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese is the key focus of the campaign between now and the Federal Budget. - sign it now to show your support. Read more

  • Teamwork Works Campaign

    Teamwork Works is a campaign driven by the National Disability Services (NDS), the peak organisation representing disability service providers across Australia, that will put people with disability and the workers that support them at the front and centre of the national conversation. The campaign aims to protect the integrity of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) by building awareness of its value to people with disability. Read more

  • Learning & Development

    In 2020, all Allevia employees will have access to 30+ e learning training modules on Webcare Community. Read more

  • Workforce Development Project

    Making a great lasting impact on the community means we must be the right people with the right purpose, with the right tools. The most important tools are our knowledge and skills. Allevia partners with Australian Health and Science Institute to build the NDIS workforce of the future. Read more

  • Focusing on impact

    Measuring the impact Allevia has on the community is vital to its ability to shape the organisation to continue to support community members to rise about the every changing challenges of everyday life. Read more