Can you spare 1 - 2 days a week in an office, helping a small Not-For-Profit organisation? Enjoy the benefits of working in small friendly office environment.
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Come and volunteer with your friends for this fun event which raises much needed funds for people living with dementia.
Join the lovely Pink Ladies of Ryde Hospital for friendship and be a part of this great hospital.
Do you love having a chat? If yes, then this is the role for you.
You will be doing something worthwhile as a ReViVe Volunteer providing emotional and practical support to patients on the Aged Care wards at Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick, Sydney. You will be supported by an experienced coordinator, receiving comprehensive training and ongoing support. Please leave a contact number so that I can chat to you.
For a few hours a week to help CTF to prepare the participant pack for the upcoming event, Cupid's Undie Run, to raise much-needed fund and awareness for NF suffers. It will be a fun day to work with the CTF team to pack the participant pack and light refreshments will be provided.
We are seeking qualified Massage Therapists to help volunteer out at our event, 65k 4 65 Roses Walkathon on Saturday 23rd February at Leichhardt Park, Rozelle. They will provide relaxation and physical support where necessary.
Put your event and administration skills to good use to bring us one step closer to a cancer-free future.
Put your fundraising and event management skills to good use to bring us one step closer to a cancer-free future.
Volunteer to drive patients to and from appointments at Royal North Shore Hospital using your private vehicle
Rewarding opportunity to support your local hospital and be a part of a great team environment. Join the Ryde Hospital Feeding/Meals Assist Program and provide highly-valued care and support to our patients at meal times.
Activities: Putting marketing supplies together, despactching of supplies, organisation, general admin duties. Our marketing supplies go out to hospitals across Australia and represent our charity. It is a very important and necessary task to create, gather, and give out, in order to continue the smiles on the faces of sick children across Australia! :)
The volunteer office is looking for experienced office administrative staff to assist in this busy office. No day is the same. Feel part of this great team. Utilise your excellent office skills and knowledge. Would suit a retired secretary / office administration person.
Mood Active is a non-profit based association. We run small group exercise classes (usually 3-6 people) targeted to people who’ve been diagnosed with a mood disorder (depression, anxiety etc) to help them get back on their feet. We are currently operating in the Eastern suburbs and City areas and have an exciting new location opening up in Rockdale in 2019.
Are you interested in history - are you a budding photographer? The well respected medical history museum based in the historic Vanderfield building at Royal North Shore Hospital has vacancies for volunteers. Be part of our volunteer team and learn about Royal North Shore's 130 Year history. We are also looking for a photographer to help assist the cataloguing of our extensive museum collection.
Do you have ~2 hours a week and experience in IT support? Would you like to be a part of an organisation that helps people diagnosed with depression get back on their feet through exercise?
Our volunteers are the super important team who help make the 65K 4 65 Roses, Sydney's longest one day walkathon, possible. By volunteering you will be helping Cystic Fibrosis Community Care and The Children's Hospital at Westmead raise vitally-needed funds for the fight against cystic fibrosis.
LBL Philanthropy is an unincorporated association that focus on helping children and fanilied with mental illness and/or living in poverty.
If you are 65+ and would like to take part in a research program focusing on improved balance you may be interested in this role.
The facilitator of a pain support group (PSG) helps the group to: share their experiences of living with chronic pain, educate the group about self-management techniques and to effectively use healthcare settings. The PSG provides an avenue for people with pain to socialise with others and reduce the isolation of chronic pain. The group meets once a month for 1.5 to 2 hours.
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