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Our Can:Do Crew are seeking highly motivated and experienced volunteers to lead our growing Crew. Our coordinators must be passionate, professional, dedicated, vibrant individuals who can help us build and sustain our vital volunteer base.
Can:Do4Kids are looking for fun and confident volunteers to collect donations at the gates at the Royal Adelaide Show at the Wayville Showgrounds on Sunday, September 9th this year. Funds raised go to Can:Do 4Kids supporting, deaf, blind and sensory impaired children make informed decisions and set goals which are achievable and meaningful, and give Can:Do4Kids the ability to work in partnership with them to achieve these goals.
Volunteers are needed to assist with our horse riding programme. If you like horses and are keen to help disabled people enjoy the thrill of riding a horse then this role is for you.
Our WheelieNet is a school visit program designed to educate students in disability through a wheelchair experience. We are looking for 2 - 3 able bodied people to assist with loading and unloading of our trailer when our member is not able to.
SCOSA is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to join our fundraising team as a Donation Ball Collector. The Donation Ball program is an important part of our fundraising activities to support South Australians living with disability.
Build equipment for people with disabilities and the aged in your own shed/facility
Technology for Ageing and Disability SA Inc (TADSA) requires volunteers who are interested in modifying bikes. TADSA's Freedom Wheels modified bike program takes regular bikes and fits them with prefabricated accessories (and some individualised accessories) to enable kids with disabilities to ride.
Looking for a challenge? Do you have good organisational skills? If yes to both, this might be the volunteer position for you. This position is a new position.
Do you love driving and want to see more of our great State, whilst making a difference to people living with intellectual disability? Minda now seeks volunteers to travel to locations across Adelaide and SA to install, collect, replace and empty our coin collection units. Transport, petrol, meals and accommodation maybe provided when required.
We are looking for a Design volunteer to assist with the creation and design of promotional materials in support of ongoing promotional and marketing initiatives.
Did you know.....? Not all Super Heroes wear a cape? You can make a real difference in the life of a child or young person with an Intellectual Disability in your community.
Do you enjoy coffee and chatting? We are looking for a friendly and positive person to join our Volunteer Home Visiting team to go out with a client who has a physical disability on a fortnightly basis.
Deaf Can:Do is seeking highly motivated & vibrant team members to support a BBQ at Bunnings Prospect on Saturday September 15th 2018. There are various shifts throughout the day that include Event Set up & Pack down, Barbecuing of sausages & onions, selling of drinks & food, topping up condiments & resources for the day. If you are a BBQ extraordinaire that can work in a team of 5 support crew - Please contact us!
PQSA are looking for friendly gardening volunteers to help our clients in their own homes. No experience necessary must enjoy meeting new people, gardening and chatting. Travel expenses are reimbursed.
The volunteer would walk a client's dog twice a week on an ongoing basis.
Holiday Explorers need more volunteers willing to provide assistance and guidance for people with intellectual disability on a range of holidays, from day and weekend trips to longer holidays up to 10 days, to great locations all over Australia and overseas! People who like travelling in small groups, have good interpersonal skills and enjoy helping others to try new experiences are well suited to this rewarding role.
The volunteer will assist and support people who visit the Information Technology Hub – QWERTY located in the Spinal Injuries Unit at the Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, Northfield on alternate Mondays from 1-5pm
Technology for Ageing and Disability (TADSA), (formerly called Technical Aid to the Disabled) is a not for profit and registered charity in SA that since 1978 has been applying innovative technology and skills and facilities of its technical volunteers to solve problems by designing and building or modifying hundreds of pieces of equipment each year which transforms and improves the quality of lives of people with disabilities and the aged.
Are you a star promoter? Enjoy sharing exciting news with others? Do you have a passion for kids and youth living with a disability? KYD-X is the kids and youth disability expo and we need fun, approachable promoters running our booth. Set up and pack up is required along with promoting our wonderful LEAP programs to expo visitors on the day.
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