Our Policies

At Wagga Wagga Uniting Church, we adhere to the appropriate standards of a church caring for its community, its congregation, members and volunteers. We make this policy and procedural information freely available for you to download.

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Child Protection Policy
We want children and young people who participate in the Wagga Wagga Uniting Church (WWUCA) activities to have a safe and happy experience. This policy focuses on how we can promote children’s participation in our activities and make it safe for them. In this policy, the term “children” refers to people aged 0-12 years of age, and, the term “young people” refers to 13-18 year olds.

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Rights & Responsibilities of Volunteers
Both the volunteer and the organisation have responsibilities to each other. The volunteer contracts to perform a specific job and the organisation contracts to provide the volunteer with a worthwhile and rewarding experience. In return, each has the right to some basic expectations of the other.

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WWUCA as a Centrelink Approved Host for Job Seekers undertaking Voluntary Work
The Wagga Wagga Uniting Church is approved to host job seekers undertaking voluntary work through both the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA) Voluntary Work Initiative and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) Community Work Program.

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Environmental Policy
The Uniting Church recognises its environmental obligations both locally and globally, to present and future generations.

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