We need help with course marshals, managing merchandise and registrations for our Run for Strength fun run. It will be held at Albert Park on Sunday 17 February 2019 from 8am to 1pm.
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Administrative Tasks • Take service bookings over the phone, via email and in person and enter them in the relevant booking system • Customer Service • Retail
Are you looking to make a real difference in someone’s life, learn new skills and have fun doing it? Volunteer with Interchange and provide support for children and young people with a disability in a range of recreational activities such as youth programs and camps.
1- to assist social support group facilitators with planned activities once a month including; - preparation of the refreshments - memory games - Bingo - Information sesssions
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community.
Take an older blind lady in a wheelchair out for a walk and help her to connect to nature and enjoy some social engagement.
Be a walking buddy to a blind lady living in Caroline Springs on an ongoing weekly or fortnightly basis.
mecwacare is currently seeking a volunteer to support people with a disability to live well in their community at our Malvern East Community Day Centre.
Solve Disability Solutions are looking for technical volunteers to design, make/modify equipment for people with a disability. If you are an engineer, tradesman, upholsterer or expert "handyperson" this could be an ideal volunteering role for you.
Build a friendship and spend leisure time with an adult with an intellectual disability. Various Melbourne suburbs. Please inquire.
We are looking for a friendly and positive volunteer who is confident on the phone and with computers who will directly assist our client services department through administration support.
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Transition to Work program prepares adult jobseekers with disabilities towards achieving their goals in paid employment. We need a few more volunteer training assistants (teacher’s aides) to help our keen participants with their class activities.
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Next Step Transition to Work program prepares adults with disabilities to achieve their goals in gaining paid employment. Volunteer classroom assistants (teacher’s aides) help our keen participants with some of their class activities in a fun environment. Encourage, motivate, share and be part of a committed team. Teaching qualification not required. Full staff training and supervision are provided
Are you passionate about education and sharing your knowledge and skills with adults with disabilities? Are you a former teacher, or studying for a degree in education? Then this volunteer role will appeal to you!
We need you! Are you available on Weekdays? Are you passionate about education/teaching and sharing your knowledge and skills with adults with disabilities? Are you interested in providing classroom support?
We have volunteer roles in the area of Disability Support ie; assisting with activities for people with mental or physical disabilities. This may include music, games, excursions, buddies (sharing interests), independent living skills or simply social conversation. These positions are located in and around Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Eltham, Hurstbridge and surrounding suburbs. If you have some free time we would love to hear from you.
Volunteer opportunities in: - Respite camps and activities for children - Support for day programs - Companionship and outings - Assist employment and creative activities - Volunteer Opportunities at Wesley Neurological Support Services
Are you a talented Social Media specialist who could also join a Committee of Management? This role will create and maintain a strong online presence for a local disability advocacy agency.
Choice mentors assist people with a disability in supported decision making around the NDIS.
We require an Art Therapist who is willing to spend a couple of hours a week working closely with our Dementia residents.
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