Do you want a new challenge, do you have skills, interest and a passion for supporting people with disabilities, particularly overseas? If yes, this could be the opportunity for you to make your mark and make a difference. We are a disabilities organisation working in Australia with a not for profit arm that has been working in Cambodia for the last 10 years. We want to step up the support we can give and are looking to put together a team of people with vision and a heart for this cause.
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This position supports a Saturday programme between the hours of 9.30am and 2.00pm run from our Rockingham and Mandurah sites. Our clients get together every Saturday to do the things that the rest of us may take for granted such as shopping, going for coffee, visiting museums, having a barbecue etc.
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 & 5 day camps throughout the year, will also run programs that require a commitment of a few hours.
Get Funky! Are you looking for a unique Volunteering role? We are seeking individuals looking for a rewarding experience with a genuine desire to support people with disabilities. These diverse roles suit potential Volunteers interested in giving participation and support opportunities to our members with social, recreational and community activities.
Volunteer Retail Assistant for our op shop needed to help prepare goods for sale and other general duties.
We are on the lookout for people who are interested in volunteering at our specialised Library. This is a great opportunity for tech-minded people and also library backgrounds.
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.
We rely on many talented and enthusiastic volunteers to produce talking books. Many books are produced each year for people who are blind or vision impaired. Audio Monitors operate the digital recording equipment, consisting of a computer, keyboard, mouse and dedicated recording program. They are the recorded book’s first listener and make sure the narrator sounds interesting and that no mistakes occur.
Sailability volunteers support people with disabilities to be active and enjoy sailing.
Interchange WA is a specialist in customising individualised community inclusion programs for people with disability. Volunteers can make a big difference in small ways, whether it’s just catching up for a cuppa or assisting with activities such as cooking, art, exercise, transport or even administrative assistance, it all counts.
We are seeking a patient lady to become a trusted friend and mentor for Renata whilst building her self-confidence and independent living skills. Renata recently moved south of the river and is yet to build a social network. She is in her early 30s, has a mild intellectual disability and does not feel confident using public transport. Renata has a bubbly personality and loves children. She would love a local lady to take a personal interest in her.
A One-on-One relationship for support and advocacy between a caring citizen and a person with a disability. Make a difference in someone's life and become a Citizen Advocate. If you can offer friendship and assistance to a vunerable person, want to give someone a voice and have some spare time this role is for you.
Fishability is a West Australian not for profit organisation who works with the community to promote fishing activities as a means of acceptance and inclusion with provision of inclusive and disability programs. We currently have jetty and boat activities throughout the Perth metro areas and regional centre programs in Mandurah, Busselton, Geraldton and Albany.
We are looking for a volunteers with skills in woodwork and gardening for our Men In Sheds program which runs Tues, Wed and Fri 10am-3pm. The volunteers would need to work alongside people living with disabilities who are mainly involved with wood work but also maintain the grounds, complete gardening and go on outings in the community.
Are you looking for a unique voluntary role? Do you enjoy a good conversation? Are you interested in the environment, current affairs, politics, the economy or statistics? Then read on!
If you would like to work with some awesome adults living with a disability, and help them achieve their workplace goals, and complete their tasks we would like to hear from you. This position would suit a Centrelink obligation of 15 hours a week.
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.
VisAbility’s Community Activity Centre requires volunteer drivers to transport people who are blind or vision impaired to and from their home to participate in leisure, sport and recreation activities in Victoria Park either using one of VisAbility’s pool vehicles or their own
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.
Board Members required to assist in the admin processes of operating the Swan Friendship Club WA Inc. Get involved in voting on policies/procedures and funding. We are a friendly bunch of like minded people with a common purpose. If you have a spare evening to share, then we'd love to hear from you.
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