Volunteer for
65 Roses Day

Join our volunteer team this 65 Roses Day and be part of something meaningful. We have various opportunities to get involved. Find out more below.

Volunteering Opportunities

There are plenty of ways to get involved from wrapping and selling roses to brightening someone's day with a bouquet delivery. See our available opportunities below.

Rose Wrapping

Wednesday, 22 May

Join us at our Nedlands-based office for a day of community and excitement. Our rose wrappers support with preparing thousands of fresh roses to be sold in our community.

Volunteering opportunities are currently full.

Volunteer delivery drivers

Delivery Driver

Wednesday, 22 May
Thursday, 23 May

Friday, 24 May

Across several days, our volunteer drivers will help us to deliver fresh roses and bouquets from our Nedlands-based office to locations across Perth and metropolitan areas.

Stall attendant volunteers

Stall Attendant

Friday, 24 May

All across the state, our incredible team of volunteers sell fresh roses at shopping centres and key locations. Reach out to find a stall near you, or bring 65 Roses Day to life at your local shopping centre.

Volunteering opportunities are currently full.

Why volunteer with us?

65 Roses Day is made possible with the support of hundreds of dedicated volunteers and community members just like you.

We champion fun, and ensure a positive, rewarding experience throughout every stage of the event. At the end of the day, volunteering with us means more of the funds we raise end up where they matter supporting people living with cystic fibrosis.

Other ways to make an impact

Order roses

Order and sell fresh roses at your workplace, school or social club.

Order here

Make a donation

Your tax deductible donation will help us provide ciritical services to families in our community.

Donate today
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Gift a bouquet

Pre-order a bouquet to be delivered to a friend or loved one on 65 Roses Day.

Order online
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Spread awareness

Learn more about cystic fibrosis and help us spread awareness.

Learn more