Interested in joining our family of fabulous volunteers?
We have projects underway in most states in Australia throughout the year. We encourage people of all ages and lifestyles to get involved. Here are the latest opportunities we have on offer.
Are you the Admin whiz we're looking for?
Tour de Cure uses a web based, grants management platform called SmartyGrants. It provides Tour de Cure with the tools to manage our Grants Programs from the entire grant lifecycle – from the application stage, through approvals, payments and finally, reporting on completed projects that the TdC funded.
SmartyGrants is easy to use with a little training.
All of our applications for funding are made via SmartyGrants.
Utilising the SmartyGrants platform, the following tasks will be required.
- Update the SmartyGrants contact database with contact details as and when needed.
- Update fields in grant applications and administration forms in SmartyGrants when the need arises.
- Uploading documents to SmartyGrants as and when needed.
- more info here
Join our Events Logistics Team:
No experience required**
We're always looking for people year round to join our team of can-do volunteers, assisting us with preparation and packing and occasionally joining us on our many events throughout the year.
Tasks can involve but are not limited to:
- driving our fleet of tour vehicles
- assisting on-site at events such as the Manly Inflatable Boat Race and our high profile annual Tour de Cure Snow Ball.
- assisting with pack of team kit for our tours
- pre-tour administration support at our TDC headquarters
- Maintaining and taking stock of merchandise and equipment in our warehouse space
Truck licenses are desirable but by no means compulsory.
Are you an experienced bike mechanic?
We'd love to hear from you.
For every tour run by TDC there can be upwards of 100 bicycles to assemble and pack into transport. We are always looking for experienced bike mechanics to join us on tour in our service team to ensure that all our riders have ample equipment and ride safely on certifiably road-worthy bikes.