Found 5 Translating & Interpreting volunteering opportunities in Adelaide City

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    Community Visitor (Digital)

    The DCVS is an easy way for you to benefit the community and improve people’s quality of life. It is simple, effective and takes no more than the cost of a phone call, your time and compassion. The Digital Community Visitors Service (DCVS) is an initiative of NAC, where isolated elderly people are given call ready computer tablets and participate in a weekly video call with a volunteer “video visitor”. The program has proven very popular with clients & extremely rewarding for our volunteers,

    Id:110788
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Ongoing commitment
    Anywhere
  2. Greek Speaking Friendly Visitors

    Through visiting elderly people either in their homes or in a nursing home across the Adelaide metro area, you can help alleviate levels of loneliness and improve general health through providing an opportunity for social interaction and communication.

    Id:58515
    Seniors & Aged Care
    Ongoing commitment
    Adelaide SA
  3. Greek Speaking Group Facilitator

    RGHA is looking for a greek speaking volunteer who can aid groups to run effectively by their participation in such groups and translation of important information to groups. The volunteer must feedback the residents thoughts and opinions to the group leader.

    Id:103385
    Migrant Services
    Ongoing commitment
    Ridleyton SA
  4. Cultural Support Group volunteer

    Women volunteers assist ARA staff by providing friendship and support to mothers around raising children and family life. Two groups are held on a weekly basis at different Salisbury primary schools during school terms; one on Thursday mornings for Afghani women and the other for Burmese Chin women on Wednesday lunch-times

    Id:102210
    Migrant Services
    Ongoing commitment
    Salisbury SA
  5. Travel Companion

    The primary responsibility of the Volunteer (Travel Companion Specialisation) is to work with the Project Officer and other volunteers recruited as part of the Get On Board–Stage 2 project providing customised, one to one travel Companion services to seniors 60 years plus, individuals with disability, culturally and linguistically diverse people (CALD), lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and/or intersex individuals (LGBTI) and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals or communities.

    Id:117320
    Community Services
    Ongoing commitment
    Across: Elizabeth SA, Smithfield SA, Munno Para SA