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  • Repair Café Coordinator | Helping our Community and Our Planet

    Repair Cafe Redcliffe Peninsula Inc

    An exciting opportunity to help community. Repair Café Coordinator Role for 15 hours a month, coordinating online appointments and arrangements for monthly workshops, and, assist monthly workshops. We are a volunteer organisation, passionate about repairing and maintaining household items, giving treasured possessions another life, helping to reduce living costs, reducing landfill, and helping our environment. We are a Centrelink approved volunteer work organisation.

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  • CITY 2 SURF - WATER STATIONS AND PRE EVENT BIB COLLECTION

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation

    Volunteer with us AND raise vital funds for Sydney Children's Hospitals Network. This year we have the opportunity to raise funds whilst we volunteer! We have the opportunity to receive a donation from the event for every volunteer that attends at one of our designated water stations or Pre event assistance! Double your impact volunteer and raise money!! We will supply a SCHF tshirt for you to wear during your shift and a snack and water to keep you energised!

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  • BOOKSHOP in Armadale looking for committed volunteers to help

    Save the Children

    Do you love books, meeting new people and want to be part of an amazing team? Happy to sign off centrelink hours. If that’s you, we’re looking for you to volunteer in our Armadale Bookshop. Retirees with a love of books or younger person needing work exp are encouraged to apply. Note: this is a longer term position (not for just for uni holidays)

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  • Customer Service Roles at Op Shops

    Save the Children

    • Clarkson WA, Dianella WA, East Victoria Park WA, Forrestfield WA, Morley WA, Mosman Park WA, South Fremantle WA, O'connor WA
    • Category: Human Rights
    • Types of work: Fundraising & Events, Retail & Sales

    Attention those over 18, seeking experience on customer service and all things retail. This is a busy and fast paced store, and we are seeking friendly and passionate volunteers to provide exceptional customer service to our amazing customers and donors. We're seeking volutneers to join our team on a weekly basis, we have a roster and aim for the same shift each week for 3+ months

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  • Forrestfield Op Shop Volunteers - just 4 hours per week

    Save the Children

    • Forrestfield WA, Gooseberry Hill WA, High Wycombe WA, Kalamunda WA, Lesmurdie WA, Wattle Grove WA, Jane Brook WA, Maida Vale WA
    • Category: Human Rights
    • Types of work: Fundraising & Events, Retail & Sales

    We're on the hunt for some likeminded, and eager volutneer to join our team of volunteers to run the Op Shop. Everything from sorting the varied donations, pricing and steaming the gorgeous garnments, through to researching designers, artists and the unique pieces that we're blessed to receive. **Centrelink Approved**

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  • Opportunity Shop - Pricing, Displays and Customer Focus

    Save the Children

    • Cottesloe WA, Mosman Park WA, Mount Claremont WA, Peppermint Grove WA, Swanbourne WA, Claremont North WA, Karrakatta WA
    • Category: Human Rights
    • Types of work: Retail & Sales

    Attention those over 18, seeking experience on customer service and all things retail. This is a busy and fast paced store, and we are seeking friendly and passionate volunteers to provide exceptional customer service to our amazing customers and donors.

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  • MYAREE: Mon/Tue/Thu - Op Shop Sales Assistants

    Save the Children

    • Bibra Lake WA, Booragoon WA, Canning Vale WA, Myaree WA, Alfred Cove WA, Kardinya WA
    • Category: Human Rights
    • Types of work: Fundraising & Events, Marketing, Media & Communications, Retail & Sales

    We are looking for dependable volunteers to join our team and assist in operating the Op Shop on Mondays. We're looking to engage enthusiastic individuals committed to delivering outstanding customer service, organizing merchandise, and handling tasks such as stock unpacking, pricing, and preparing items for sale

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  • Gardner/Handyman needed!

    Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD)

    Do you enjoy gardening and garden maintenance? Handy on the tools and enjoy fixing things? Then we need YOU! CARAD is a very small not for profit organisation that provides support for people seeking asylum. CARAD runs on love, receiving donations and funds from our generous community. We have a small office building with an outdoor area that needs a sweep and tidy occasionally. We also sometimes need help with our retic and some small maintenance jobs.

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  • Community Visitor - Carnegie

    Office of the Public Advocate

    Would you like to make a difference in the lives of people in your own community and also hold a prominent volunteer role? Become a Community Visitor with the Office of the Public Advocate. Community Visitors are the eyes and ears of the community and perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness.

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  • Community Visitor - Clayton

    Office of the Public Advocate

    Would you like to make a difference to the lives of people in your own community? Become a Community Visitor. Community Visitors are the eyes and ears of the community and perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness.

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  • Community Visitor - Yarram

    Office of the Public Advocate

    Would you like to make a difference in the lives of people in your own community and also hold a prominent volunteer role? Become a Community Visitor with the Office of the Public Advocate. Community Visitors are the eyes and ears of the community and perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness.

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