As individuals or collectively in groups, we are all working for a better society, a better world and a healthy, sustainable future for generations to come.
Hope is our fuel, and we donate our time and energy because we care not just for ourselves and our families, but for our brothers and sisters in every nation around the globe.
Some of us fight to keep government open, transparent and accountable. We work to protect democracy from the assaults of the selfish and greedy, from those who stand to profit from a less fair and equal society.
Others fight for our environment, for the protection of our natural heritage. We fight to arrest the destruction of native forests and habitat. We fight to stop mining companies from polluting our waterways, poisoning our soil and water resources, ravishing our landscapes and destroying whole species of flora and fauna on land and beneath the seas.
Still more of us work to protect human and civil rights. We support indigenous Australians, the unemployed of all ages, the sick or elderly, refugees and displaced persons from around the world.
There are so many issues to resolve and causes to fight for. At the end of the day however, as activists and members of activist groups working for the common good, we walk parallel paths towards a better world with a sustainable future.
“Volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.”
Volunteers in March Australia are an essential part of March Australia’s success. As a volunteer, you can spread the word online and in your local community, get hands-on experience in our campaigns, and help us raise vital funds for a more equitable and peaceful future.
Wherever you live and whatever your lifestyle, there’s a way for you to get involved. If you know you want to help us you can email March Australia Activist Interchange or contact your nearest region below:
To stay updated about MAAI events in your local area, take a look at the calender on our home page Maai, or join our community on Facebook and Twitter. You can connect with like-minded people and help spread the word! Ask for free tools to help you organize an event or just keep updated on the issues in our communities.
Help us to keep Government Accountable
If you find you are too busy at this time, maybe you prefer to just give a small donation. Please click the support us button below to be taken to our donation page.
JUSTICE. PEACE. UNITY. We can do better! #BringThemHere March to Circular Quay Speakers include: MARK MOREY Secretary, Unions NSW SAMUEL PHO Vietnamese refugee and Salvation Army National Secretary SUE WAREHAM Medical Association for the + Read More