Found 113 Disability Services volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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  1. Board of Directors Members required

    The Crosslinks Incorporated board of directors is currently seeking to appoint new board members with specific backgrounds in the following industries; Building / Architecture / Project Management, Industrial Relations / Law / HR, Marketing / Public Relations.

    Id:96836
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Midland, WA
  2. Cahoots Camp Leader

    Cahoots provides fun-filled, affordable recreation and respite camps for children with diverse needs and their families. Volunteers are sought for camps in school holidays, other holiday camps and for weekends during school term. Camp Programs are 2, 4 and 6 day camp programs throughout the year.

    Id:6947
    Disability Services
    Short Term
    Balcatta, WA
  3. Sunflower Sunday Superstars - Sunday 9th April

    We're looking for superstars to help out at our annual Sunflower Sunday community event in April! Do you have what it takes? We're after a group of special people who are as dedicated as we are to the event and willing to help out! This could mean helping to set up or packing down (depending when you're on), running activities and helping people of all different abilities, ages and cultures participate as best they can.

    Id:97555
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Palmyra, WA
  4. Mini Dog Collector

    Each year significant funds are raised through the Guide Dogs WA Mini Dog coin collection program to support vital services for West Australians who are blind or vision impaired. Plastic mini collection dogs are placed in a wide variety of small and large businesses throughout metropolitan and country areas. You will play an important role by placing, collecting and maintaining the Mini dogs in a variety of host sites throughout Perth.

    Id:57062
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Victoria Park, WA
  5. Grounds Maintenance Assistant

    VisAbility’s grounds are comprised of gardens, courtyards, car parks, drives and pathways. This role is to assist the organisation’s Maintenance Officer, with general maintenance to achieve a clean and tidy presentation.

    Id:20890
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Victoria Park, WA
  6. Mini Dog Collector

    Each year significant funds are raised through the Guide Dogs WA Mini Dog coin collection program to support vital services for West Australians who are blind or vision impaired. Plastic mini collection dogs are placed in a wide variety of small and large businesses throughout metropolitan and country areas. Volunteers play a vital role in this fundraising program by placing new mini dogs and collecting full dogs.

    Id:34685
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Victoria Park, WA
  7. Event Assistants

    Midlas is a not for profit community organisation that offers a range of free services for eligible clients, including disability advocacy, financial counselling, tenancy advocacy, legal service, emergency relief and an information and referral service. Midlas currently have an opportunity for volunteers to assist with a project to run a Youth with a Disability forum. We are looking for 2 volunteers who can assist in organising a Youth with a Disability forum to be held during Youth Week

    Id:96775
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Midland, WA
  8. Community Support Worker - Volunteer

    Volunteer will be assisting Community Support Worked with clients who have an intellectual or physical disabilities to build on independent living skills. If you have compassion and empathy and a willingness to show understanding in assisting people with disability, this is the role for you.

    Id:95969
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Spearwood, WA
  9. Community Events Volunteer

    As a non-profit, non-government funded organisation, Guide Dogs WA relies on vital funding from the community to raise and train Guide Dogs. Community Events Volunteers play a vital role in our fundraising program by representing Guide Dogs WA at community events to raise awareness and much needed funds for the organisation. Some examples of community events may include school fairs, community festivals and weekend markets.

    Id:95965
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Victoria Park, WA
  10. CItizen Advocate - A mate for Tom

    Tom is a good natured, sociable fellow in his mid-40s with a sense of humour, who lives in supported accommodation in Kiara. He has no literacy skills and very limited speech but loves karaoke. He has been described as “the funniest man, a great character and quite a larrikin” He would like to get out and about and loves having a drink at the pub but cannot go out alone.

    Id:95929
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Kiara, WA