ESNLC could not operate without the dedicated contribution of our many wonderful volunteers. There are some amazing volunteers that have been with us for a long time and many others have moved on in search of their dreams. We are often on the lookout for people who can assist us to keep the operation running. We have positions in: Office administration/reception, Property maintenance, Marketing, Website maintenance, Gardening, Breakfast club, Newsletter production and Event support.

Please contact us if you would like to know more: 9531 1954




As the volunteer facilitator of our computer club and someone able to assist users of the internet cafe, Chris makes a substantial, helpful and much appreciated contribution to ESNLC.








Helen has been at Elwood Neighborhood House for just over 4 years. She has been volunteering in reception doing various administration tasks. She photocopies, files, scans, emails and produces various word documents to help reception run smoothly. ESNLC would not function well without her!







Tony has been a volunteer at ESLNC for just over a year. He began volunteering after completing Applied Reception and Customer Service (ARCS) course at the Learning Centre. Tony has spent many years in the administration, retail and customer service. Tony helps out in general reception and special projects.








Sajdin hs been volunteering at the Elwood Neighbourhood Learning Centre for 2 years. He’s currently job seeker and is really awesome with computers .The things he does around the office are take enquires, enrols people in classes, photocopying, scanning, emails and  making sure the reception area is neat and tidy.








Woody is a 5 year old Labradoodle and is officially adorable. He loves to greet everyone and will often request a pat. Woody works on a Wednesday and everyone loves him. (Please note: if you have any allergies or fear of dogs please inform us and we will make sure you are not affected).


Elisabeth is from Barcelona and was living in Switzerland before continuing her path in Australia. She has been working in IT for several years and enjoys volunteering at the centre by taking care of the website and keeping it up to date.


Carolyn is an English Support Teacher at Elwood Neighborhood House.


Sherry is an English Support Teacher at Elwood Neighborhood House.

We use becollective.com as our volunteer coordination platform. If you are interested in volunteering you can create a profile and join our group “Elwood St Kilda Neighbourhood Learning Centre”. From there we will notify you of all volunteer opportunities available.