Valued Lives is a peer led support organisation working as a social enterprise. We enable people to live good lives in their communities by providing personalised planning and innovative, responsive, flexible supports and services. The hub space is a drop-in centre for people, has displays of the products sold by microbusiness’ owners/entrepreneurs we work with, office space for Valued Lives employees, and is growing to be a space that is used by community members for activities/events.
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Kiosk assistant at Bentley Hospital with money handling experience is required.
The Organ Donation & Transplant Foundation of WA is a not for profit organisation that strives to educate and inform the WA community on all aspects of organ and tissue donation. This is achieved through community engagement programs, promotional events and networking functions. We are currently seeking a talented Project Officer to support our existing projects and to develop new ones.
The Organ Donation & Transplant Foundation of WA is a not for profit organisation that strives to educate and inform the WA community on all aspects of organ and tissue donation. This is achieved through community engagement programs, promotional events and networking functions. We are currently seeking a talented Marketing Coordinator who can manage our existing Marketing activities and develop new campaigns to further assist our organisation
Now in its 21st year, the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon series continues to encourage more Aussie kids to give physical activity a TRY in a fun and rewarding environment. Aussie kids are encouraged to enjoy physical activity where the emphasis is on completion, not competition. Volunteer with us to help the kids in your community live a healthier life!
Would suit Business/Marketing Students / Graduates looking to gain some work experience in the not for profit / health area.
Are you looking to make a real difference? Do you want to be part of a global movement to beat cancer? Are you interested in running events? Can you spare an hour a fortnight? Cancer Council WA's Relay For Life Perth is looking for enthusiastic, creative, personable volunteers to form the organising committee responsible for running this unique 24 hour fundraising event.
Events Outreach Volunteers provide information, resources and interactive activities to a range of target groups identified within programs and services provided by WAAC. Activities may include distributing safe sex packs, staffing community stalls & expos, assisting with interactive activities such as Sexual Health Jeopardy and attending organised events such as Pride, Fair day & World AIDS Day. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
Volunteers work alongside staff members to provide the safe exchange of used for new equipment in outreach locations around Perth & surrounding areas. Along with providing information, referral & resources to help prevent the further transmission of HIV & other Blood Borne Viruses. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
Event and Fundraising volunteers assist with a range of events, with the planning, preparation, operation-running of events, joining an events committee, taking on leadership roles and assisting within the event on the day-night. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
The Communications and Marketing team at WAAC is responsible for all internal and external promotion, including but not limited to: social media, websites, written articles and media releases, newsletters, advertising, design, videography and photography. Volunteers who are interested in and / or have experience with any of the above are welcomed. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
Office Support Volunteers assist with a range of project and administrative tasks increasing the efficiency of operations / systems and supporting staff in their day to day roles. There is the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the volunteer program and assist directly within projects and programs for the OD Team. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
Talking HIV provides trained presenters to speak with schools, tertiary institutions and other groups to educate the community on issues related to HIV and other BBVs in an interactive, prepared talk organized by WAAC. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
M Clinic is a peer-led and community-based HIV, STI and BBV screening clinic for gay and other homosexually active men (GHAM, including transmen). The service provides treatment for STI’s, viral hepatitis and HPV vaccination, peer education and referrals to its clients. Applications are open for a February 2019 intake.
Participate with fellow volunteers and provide first aid at community and public events with St John Event Health Services in Western Australia.
To make first aid part of every West Australian's life, by delivering a range of first aid awareness programs aimed at building community resilience and encouraging the public to become adequately trained and equipped to deliver first aid if the need arises.
Participate with fellow volunteers and provide first aid at community events, with St John Event Health Services in Western Australia. Please note, Cadet First Aiders must be 16 or 17 years old and as such parent or guardian permission is required at the time of application.
St John Ambulance are seeking volunteers to deliver a professional and engaging Early Childhood Education program to children by reading a first aid story book. Being an Early Childhood Education Volunteer you will develop your early childhood education skills by engaging with students in a wide variety of settings
Be part of something meaningful! Become a Volunteer today with St John Ambulance. By volunteering with St John Ambulance you’ll be part of the bigger picture that is changing people’s lives, and the first life that is changed is yours!
Are you free during the week to drive people to and from appointments and provide a reassuring smile and friendly conversation? Rebekah says, “You get far more out of it than you put in. Not only do you get immense pleasure by making such a difference to people who need it the most, but it really expands your own horizons and self-worth. Quite simply, being a Community Transport Volunteer makes me feel good.”
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