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  • Speed Careers - inspire young minds! - Bannockburn VIC

    Ardoch

    Join Speed Careers and make a difference in students' lives by sharing your unique career journey or study pathways. We're specifically seeking women in STEM careers, individuals with a background in Law, Construction as well as individuals from diverse backgrounds, or locals living in the area to bring a rich variety of experiences to our program.

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  • Sydney Sick Kids Day

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation

    On **Thursday 6th June**, ***Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation*** is going all in for **SYDNEY SICK KIDS DAY** Volunteers will be helping with be helping set up marquee's and banners, helping man the activations, donation collection and others will be purly brand awareness. Volunteers will be given an SCHF volunteer tshirt to wear during their shift. No experience necessary. Come alone or bring a friend! signupgenius.com/go/SSKDParramatta2024#/

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  • Radio volunteers wanted for on air sports program - Kooyong Vic

    Vision Australia

    Vision Australia Radio is looking for volunteers to join the Saturday on-air sports program. Talking all things sport during a live broadcast on Saturdays from 10.30am to 12.00 noon. We are seeking hosts, co-hosts and panel operators. The program discusses all things sports: who’s in, who’s out, line ups, the ladder, highlights, news, stats, sports articles, specific AFL/Aussies rules segments, interviews and a focus on National and disability sports. No sport is off limits.

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  • Volunteer child care assistant

    Noah's Inclusion Services

    We are seeking volunteers to assist with child minding whilst their parent/s attending a carer support weekly meeting. the My Time program is run during school terms for parents and caregivers of children with additional needs or chronic medical condition. By having suitable volunteer adults provide care for their child, parents are able to relax and enjoy the company of others who are experiencing the same situations as them.

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  • Want to make a person smile? Become a Leisure Buddy Volunteer! (Burwood East)

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Can you give the gift the friendship?

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Make a positive difference to a person with a disability!

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne’s Leisure Buddy program matches like-minded people to undertake social activities within our community on a fortnightly basis. We are focused on creating genuine, long term connections between volunteers and our Leisure Buddy participants. Therefore, we require a minimum commitment of 12 months and two to three hours per fortnight.

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  • Can you give the gift of friendship? – Caulfield

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Want to make a person smile today? Become a Leisure Buddy Volunteer!

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Leisure Buddy - City of Kingston

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne is a community-based not for profit organisation that is committed to ensuring people with a disability live in an inclusive community, are supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have the opportunity to participate in community life. Inclusion Melbourne's award-winning Leisure Buddy program matches volunteers with adults with a disability so they can develop a genuine friendship and participate in social activities.

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  • Become a Leisure Buddy Volunteer (Camberwell)

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Can you give the gift of friendship?

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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  • Want to make a person smile today – Become a Leisure Buddy Volunteer

    Inclusion Melbourne

    Inclusion Melbourne believes that everyone within our community should be able to live in an inclusive community, supported by people who genuinely care for them, and have equal opportunity to participate in community life. Through our volunteer programs, we provide social support and friendship to people with a cognitive disability and older Australians who are at risk of loneliness and social isolation.

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