Volunteer Partnership ‑ Accessing Resources Project

The Office for Volunteers Volunteer Partnership - Accessing Resources Project is an initiative to make more government owned facilities and resources available for use by community groups.

Since its beginnings in 2009, more than 120 South Australian Government offices, hospitals and health services, libraries and schools, TAFESA campuses and ambulance stations in both metropolitan and regional South Australia, have pledged to share their facilities and resources with local community groups. 

List of facilities and resources available

You can find a comprehensive list of government facilities and resources, available in your local area, by visiting the sa.gov.au website.

Further information and resources

For community groups

  • FAQ on Insurance by community groups fact sheet (PDF 28.9 KB) - Any concerns about insurance? Find out the answers, or who to contact, in this frequently asked questions (FAQ) fact sheet.
  • Tell us your story interview form (DOC 27.0 KB) - Share with us your experiences participating in the Volunteer Partnership - Accessing Resources project. Selected stories will be featured in the Office for Volunteers The State Volunteering Online e-newsletter, which is emailed to thousands of community groups, government agencies, businesses and volunteers across the State. 

For government departments