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27 Homeless volunteer opportunities in Victoria VIC found.

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Front of House Volunteer

  • Location: Collingwood VIC
  • Category: Homeless

In the heart of vibrant Smith St, Saint Mark's Church Fitzroy has run an op shop since the 1970s. Our shop prides itself on its mission to support and assist the poor, disadvantaged and homeless people in our community. We are also well-known for our great customer service, the fascinating diversity of our stock and our quirky window displays. If you enjoy volunteering and like to work in a fun and dynamic environment, St. Mark's Recycled is the place for you.

Foodbank Collection & Delivery Driver

  • Location: Collingwood VIC
  • Category: Homeless

As a volunteer with us, you can provide valued support to Launch Housing and make a difference to the lives of people experiencing homelessness. The foodbank program allows people we work with to access additional food items during times of greatest need. The Foodbank Volunteer provides a great help by volunteering time to drive out to collect food from the Foodbank premises in Yarraville, and deliver them back to Launch Housing Collingwood office.

eBay Specialist

  • Location: Collingwood VIC
  • Category: Homeless

In the heart of vibrant Smith St, Saint Mark's Church Fitzroy has run an op shop since the 1970s. Our shop prides itself on its mission to support and assist the poor, disadvantaged and homeless people in our community. We are also well-known for our great customer service, the fascinating diversity of our stock and our quirky window displays. If you enjoy volunteering and like to work in a fun and dynamic environment, St. Mark's Recycled is the place for you.

On My Feet - Chapter Volunteer

  • Location: Perth WA, Rockingham WA, Fremantle WA, East Melbourne VIC
  • Category: Homeless

Chapter Volunteers are the heart of our Chapters. At each session, Chapter Volunteers will embark on the session side-by-side with the participants, supporting them through the run or walk and engaging in positive dialogue. There is no homelessness at our Chapters – the volunteers and the participants wear the same uniform and everyone is afforded the same respect.