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Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV)



Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) is a non-profit, non-government organisation that works in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations through linking skilled and trained volunteers to projects that have been identified as part of a community's vision or development plan.

ICV supports projects that have engagement by local people in their development and implementation and will improve the quality-of-life, health, and social and economic wellbeing in the community. ICV's community development work aims creates a two-way exchange. It provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with development opportunities and access to skilled people to help them achieve their goals, whilst also giving volunteers the chance to live and work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, to learn first-hand about their issues and culture. ICV aims to ensure they are doing projects 'with' rather than 'for' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Abstract adapted from Indigenous Community Volunteers


National Office
1/67 Townshend Street
Phillip ACT 2606
PO Box 6155
Mawson ACT 2607
Freecall (not from mobiles): 1800 819 542


Last updated: 10 February 2015
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