Indigenous Community Volunteers

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Non-Government Organisation (NGO)
Summary Information:
Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) is a not-for-profit company that organises skilled volunteers to work on projects in Indigenous communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities or organisations can approach ICV to find a suitable volunteer to assist their community. ICV then pays for the volunteer's travel and living costs; the community supplies accomodation and a cultural mentor. ICV is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, as well as some State and Territory governments. Corporate partners include Rio Tinto and The Myer Foundation.

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  • Glossary

    Non-Government Organisation (NGO)