B'nai B'rith Courage to Care Vic Inc

Education & learningOver 55+Volunteer organisationYoung people
At B’nai B’rith Courage to Care, we believe that ordinary people have the power to make a positive difference to the lives of others by being Upstanders.

Our Upstander Programs educate participants on how to counter the dangers of racism, prejudice, discrimination and bullying.

Delivered by our team of skilled and dedicated volunteers and featuring inspiring testimonies from Holocaust survivor speakers, our Upstander Programs promote acceptance of diversity within our community, transform bystander behavior, and inspire participants to become Upstanders.

Upstander Programs encourage participants to become aware of their potential to make a positive difference, and offer practical tools for standing up against racism, bullying and prejudice by empowering participants to take positive action – in the schoolyard, workplaces, and in our communities.

We deliver Upstander Programs free of charge to secondary schools (SYP) and primary schools (MYP) across Victoria. 

Upstander Programs are also available for community groups and workplaces across Victoria. 

How you can help us achieve our mission

Are you a passionate advocate for social inclusion within your community? Do you believe that we all have the power to inspire positive change? If so, we’d love you to join us.

You’ll be an integral part of the team

As a volunteer with Courage to Care, you will take on an important and special role.

You’ll find it incredibly rewarding to deliver the Upstander message directly to participants. You’ll help keep alive the memory of the Holocaust, the acts of the Righteous Among the Nations, and various unnamed others – all of whom stood up for their fellow man. And you’ll know you’re making a real difference in the community.

We welcome volunteers above 18 years of age from all backgrounds, ethnicities and religious beliefs.

Detailed knowledge of the Holocaust and other genocides is not a pre-requisite. All that’s required is a strong desire to create real change – and a commitment to educate and inspire Australians in schools and workplaces to be Upstanders in their communities.

Ideally, you’ll be a natural, flexible communicator. And while not required, experience in education, social work or community awareness is always welcome.



Opening Hours

As we deliver our educational programs to school students, volunteers must be available on weekdays.


Courage to Care Headquarters, 843a Glenhuntly Rd, Caulfield 3162 View Map

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We deliver our educational workshops all over metropolitan and regional Victoria and provide transportation for our volunteers to programs from our office in Caulfield.

Postal Address

843a Glenhuntly Rd Caulfield 3162


Stairs inside the venue Steps at the entry None but a flight of stairs to get up to the office and no lift access unfortunately. Accessible car parking spaces None
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