QuAC began as a volunteer-run, community organisation as a response to the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 1980s. In 2004 we expanded our focus to include the health and wellbeing of all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* Queenslanders, and in 2013 included Intersex Queenslanders. 

We need volunteers to work in a range of areas, from outreach to gay venues, health promotion at LGBTI events,  graphic design, fundraising, administration, visiting older LGBTI people and even gardening!

Want to know how?

Step 1. Read the overview below about current volunteer roles available.

Step 2. Complete the short online Volunteer Orientation before proceeding to the next step. You will need to do this before you will be accepted as a volunteer.

Step 3. Fill in the Volunteer Registration Form and send it to jthwaites@quac.org.au

You will be contacted and advised that your details have been registered, and provided more information regarding your chosen area for volunteering. 

Step 4. Add us on Facebook to receive regular updates and hear of upcoming volunteer events. 

We look forward to working with you!


Action Groups
One of the important ways that QuAC delivers services to LGBTI Queenslanders is through our Health Action Groups. The Health Action Groups initiate and facilitate peer education and health promotion to particular areas in the community. Volunteers may make decisions regarding outreach, resource design and distribution and other actions or objectives the group deems necessary to fulfil the goals of the group and QuAC. If you want a say in direct service provision or feel you have a voice or ideas for your community, then join an action group.


Sexual Health Action Groups

Michael Scott


  • HIV and Sexual Health



Healthy Communities Programs

Parker Forbes


  • LHAG (Lesbian Health)



  • Many Genders, One Voice (Trans* Health)



  • Ageing in Diversity



  • History Action Group



Further Information

QuAC follows the National Guidelines on Volunteering in a not-for-profit organisation.