We are looking for vibrant and enthusiastic Volunteers to join our Fawkner team to assist with the day to day running of the store covering a 7 day roster.
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A not-for-profit Organisation that runs creative writing and storytelling workshops for marginalised young people, is seeking Volunteer Creative Writing Tutors.
We are looking for vibrant and enthusiastic Volunteers to join our Northcote team to assist with the day to day running of the store covering a 7 day roster.
The Colosoul Group Inc. is a non-for profit media and arts training centre run entirely by a group of youth volunteers. We have a strong focus on social responsibility, and run six different publications as well as organise over 10 events whilst supporting six other non-for-profit organisations, have a strong focus on social responsibility. Colosoul focuses on providing young people with experience in the media and publications sector.
Volunteers support teachers in the classroom to implement a range of the schools Literacy and Numeracy programs.
Cumberland Council’s Aged & Disability Services Over 55’s Leisure and Learning program supports social connections and lifelong learning for older people in the community through various programs. If you are passionate about dancing, art, fitness, singing and socialising then this position may be for you!
We are currently looking for volunteers who would like to provide support to people aged over 65 by assisting with shopping, paying bills or other errands as required e.g. pushing trolley, reaching for items, carrying bags (ensuring these are not too heavy for you), putting bags in car and customer’s home or front door.
We are currently looking for volunteers who would like to provide companionship and support to elderly people aged over 65 by visiting them in their own homes in the Cumberland area. Our Customers are community members that might not have regular contact with friends and/or relatives and who are experiencing loneliness or social isolation.
Cumberland Council’s Lifestyle and Leisure Links Program supports the physical, social and emotional well-being of young adults with a disability to enjoy mainstream pursuits such as swimming, dancing, music and sailing. It also allows for people with disability to experience fun pursuits with peers, such as dining out, going to the movies and going to live shows. Most of the Lifestyle and Leisure Links Programs happen on weeknights and weekends.
Cumberland Council’s Lifestyle and Leisure Links Program supports the physical, social and emotional well-being of young adults with a disability to enjoy mainstream pursuits.
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