Non-government organisations and volunteers

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Community development is important in the Territory given its unique geographic and demographic make-up.

The Department of the Chief Minister plays a key role in building a strong Territory community by:

  • supporting regional development through strong leadership and coordination
  • supporting and promoting improvements to the diverse Territory lifestyle
  • continuing to promote the Northern Territory as an attractive place to live, work and raise a family
  • building a safe, secure and resilient Northern Territory.

In the communities section you will find information on:

  • security
  • grants
  • volunteers
  • multicultural affairs
  • youth
  • seniors
  • non-government organisations.

For more information on NGOs and secondment opportunities go to the Northern Territory Government website.

Volunteers play an important role in the Northern Territory (NT) bringing people from different walks of life together to build healthier and more vibrant communities.  

Volunteers work in areas and organisations relating to: 

  • environment
  • health
  • welfare
  • sport
  • recreation
  • education
  • human rights
  • arts
  • religion
  • community services
  • emergency services.

For more information go to the community grants and volunteers page of the Northern Territory Government website.

A strong partnership between the non-government (NGO) sector and the Northern Territory (NT) Government, is integral to achieving many of the priorities in Framing the Future, particularly under a strong society and confident culture.

The NT Government is committed to improving the government and sector partnership to support long-term capacity building and to achieve a difference in the lives of Territorians.

For more information on NGOs and secondment opportunities go to the Northern Territory Government website.

Last updated: 12 June 2019

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