As a volunteer at Uniting AgeWell Kingsville, you have the opportunity to make a positive difference in other people’s lives, and in your own.
Give your time at Uniting AgeWell and use your life experiences to benefit others, learn new skills, gain work experience, make new friends and have fun rewarding.
Arts & Craft - The volunteer will help organise and assist in arts & craft sessions with clients, activities may include drawing, painting, crochet, etc.
Social Support - The volunteer will socialise and interact with clients, helping to promote and encourage their independence and well-being. The volunteer will have the chance to take part and help in organizing exciting and interesting events & activities, and provide 'one to one' basis social and emotional support.
Transport - The volunteer driver will be responsible for transporting and assisting clients to access recreational activities, community groups and other destinations within the area of Kingsville. The role involves driving, navigating, assisting clients on and off vehicles and liaising with UA staff.
Music - The role will actively support residents to attend and engage musical group meetings and support participants to learn and perform songs. The role will also encourage the participation of musicians or musical performances to perform for clients As a volunteer you are given training, work with staff supervision and are covered by Personal Accident, Public Liability and Professional Indemnity insurance. The time you contribute is up to you, whether it’s once a week, once a month or once a year on a special project. And we’re open to new ideas too, so tell us what you think. Volunteering is subject to satisfactory Police check.
A willingness to volunteer within the ethos of the Uniting Church is essential If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity, please contact the Lifestyle Coordinator 9680 0400