Found 27 Disability Services volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Mentors for children.

    Mentors for people with autism spectrum disorders, primary school aged children. Mentors assist with building communication, social skills and friendship between participants. Activities include playing games & craft activities, and assisting group members with social skill development tasks.

    Id:107771
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Busselton, WA
  2. Community Fundraising Volunteers - Street Appeal - HOBART

    Do you love dogs? Do you love meeting new people? Can you help us to raise money to change the life of someone who is blind or vision impaired? Guide Dogs Tasmania is having it's FIRST Street Appeal fundraising event on Thursday the 23rd of November 2017 and we need your help to raise much needed funds to raise our puppy heroes. LEND A PAW by volunteering 2+ hours in Hobart, Glenorchy, Kingston, New Town, Launceston, Prospect & Kingsmeadows to help collect funds in a Mini Dog collection tin

    Id:105998
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Hobart, TAS
  3. Community Fundraising Volunteers - Street Appeal - Launceston

    Do you love dogs? Do you love meeting new people? Can you help us to raise money to change the life of someone who is blind or vision impaired? Guide Dogs Tasmania is having it's FIRST Street Appeal fundraising event on Thursday the 23rd of November 2017 and we need your help to raise much needed funds to raise our puppy heroes. LEND A PAW by volunteering 2+ hours in Hobart, Glenorchy, Kingston, New Town, Launceston, Prospect & Kingsmeadows to help collect funds in a Mini Dog collection tin

    Id:106000
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Launceston, TAS
  4. STORE WORKER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

    Support young people with a disability to meet pick-pack requirements throughout their warehousing traineeship programs.

    Id:105948
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Melbourne, VIC
  5. STORE WORKER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

    Support young people with a disability to meet pick-pack requirements throughout their warehousing traineeship programs.

    Id:105858
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Derrimut, VIC
  6. Animal - Horse Leader/Side Walker

    Preparing horses for classes; leading or side walking during classes.Not suitable work for those with no affinity to animals and children. 9.30am - 2.30pm. Children's Check Online must be completed by prospective volunteers before they can commence. ***** This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast ***** 02-4329-7122 Please ring us to make a phone or face to face interview so we can refer you for this role.

    Id:52777
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Kariong, NSW
  7. Retail and Hospitality in Op Shop & Tea Rooms

    Do you love Op Shops and Hospitality? Why not volunteer at our Op Shop and Murray River Tea Rooms. The Tea Rooms offer drinks and cakes in an 'Op Shop' setting. Opportunities to help out with retail and/or hospitality.

    Id:105078
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Echuca, VIC
  8. Volunteer with Disabled Surfers Association Central Coast

    Volunteers required to assist the Disabled Surfers Association Central Coast in creating opportunities for our disabled participants to experience our unique, safe and happy surfing events, whilst under complete supervision from our trained Team Leaders and Beach Marshalls.

    Id:88617
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Umina Beach, NSW
  9. Surf Mentoring Team

    This could be the best thing you’ve ever done. Volunteering is such fun sharing the stoke and putting massive smiles on children and young people’s faces and you spend time on some of the most beautiful beaches in the waves having fun. You will work 1:1 to help the participant have a lot of fun learning to surf. Don’t worry; world greatest surfer are not required to help out, professional instructors are involved to do the hard stuff and keep everyone safe.

    Id:94733
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Jan Juc, VIC
  10. 'Having a Say' Helpers

    VALID and the Local Reference Committee invite you to play a vital part in the upcoming 19th Annual 'Having a Say Conference' which attracts hundreds of delegates from across Australia and overseas. The conference provides opportunities for people with disabilities to experience new things, to participate, learn, present, perform and celebrate achievement. Being part of this conference is a wonderful experience for all involved.

    Id:105098
    Disability Services
    Event Volunteering
    Geelong, VIC