The Footmen Club is a business based service organisation. The Footmen Club has been an ongoing contributor to EV and previously provided assistance for the purchase of a vehicle.
Our new building has meeting and breakout rooms that are available for hire, both inside and outside of normal office hours.
Our Training and Meeting Rooms can fit approximately 30 attendees each or 65 if combined. These rooms are equipped with AV equipment, including high-definition LED panels, computers, whiteboards and lecterns.
In addition, we have two smaller breakout rooms, suitable for one-on-one interviews or small group discussions. For organisations seeking permanent accommodation, we also have 170sqm of office-space available for short-term or longer-term lease. This includes exclusive rear access and shared front door access, two car parking spaces and shared kitchen and amenities.
Please contact Alex Makin on email@example.com or 9870 7822 to discuss our meeting rooms or office space.
The Sustainable Volunteering for People with Disabilities is A community learning a partnership between The Avenue Neighbourhood House, Eastern Volunteers and EACH Social and Community Health.
This partnership was established in 2009 in response to a growing realisation that people with a disability often were not involved in volunteer opportunities for a number of reasons. These include people with a disability having limited knowledge of what volunteering is as well as the opportunities it may provide and volunteer agencies limited knowledge in supporting people with a disability in their volunteer role.
The project aimed to facilitate volunteering for people with disabilities by working with individuals and community organisations.
The video was produced outlining the outcomes delivered through this project. For details please contact us on 9870 7822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eastern Volunteers is now over 35 years old and it’s timely to reflect on our how we have grown and expanded over these years. We’re seeking information such as old Annual Reports, photographs, newspaper articles, to assist us in producing a book on the history of Eastern Volunteers.
We particularly need information on the early years of Eastern Volunteers, which was founded in 1976 as Volunteers Unlimited.
If you’re able to assist please contact Alex Makin on 9870 7822 or email email@example.com.