Do you like socializing and making new friendships? Do you have two hours to spare each week? If yes, Milpara has the perfect volunteering opportunity for you! With the support of the Healthy Ageing Team, Companionship Volunteers would visit up to 5 residents who are at risk of social isolation each week. Undertake an activity of the person’s choice – whether it be having a cup of tea and chat, doing a word puzzle or some gardening outdoors!
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MCCSA is looking for Arabic speaking volunteers for Kick-start Your Child's Success program What does this entail? • Helping organise and supervise activities for children in playgroups during the programs organised for parents and grandparents • Ensuring the playgroup is run in accordance with the aims and principles of MCCSA;
MCCSA is looking for Hindi, Gujarati and Punjabi speaking volunteers for Kick-start Your Child's Success program What does this entail? • Helping organise and supervise activities for children in playgroups during the programs organised for parents and grandparents • Ensuring the playgroup is run in accordance with the aims and principles of MCCSA;
Being a St John First Aid Volunteer provides people with an opportunity to enhance their existing qualifications or learn a variety of new skills, whilst giving back to the community, a service that is truly valuable. St John First Aid Volunteers are readily mobilised to provide first aid or support services as part of the State Emergency Management Plan - working alongside the other emergency services during bush fires and floods. So if you love the action, the buzz you’ll have a great time
Help support disadvantaged children and their families. Puddle Jumpers is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to responding to the social development needs of society’s most vulnerable children and young people; priority of our work is reserved for children who do not live with their birth parents. Our services rely on homemade goods & merch for us to sell in order to attain funds. With the help of artistic people, and giving plate makers - this can be a reality.
Have you experienced having a baby in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Special Care Nursery (SCN)? Do you want to support families in the community that have also had the same experience?
Our Op shops provides support to our Community and patients of the hospital, and serve as a funding source for the Lyell McEwin Hospital’s Volunteer Association.
We are looking for volunteers with skills and interest in quizzes, trivia, sensory and brain games and word games. We are also keen to hear from those interested in reading books to individual residents or as part of a group.
ACH Group is taking expressions of interest for volunteers to support residents to be physically active and improve their quality of life. If you are interested in promoting physical activity and improving the quality of life for older people our Fitness Coordinators can give you the resources and expertise required to become an Active Ageing Volunteer.
Do you have a love for the outdoors and gardening? If you are healthy, active and able to assist we are looking for you! As our gardening volunteer you will help support our maintenance team. This role would consist of supporting the team to maintain outdoor gardens and internal courtyards for our resident’s enjoyment.
Do you have a current driver’s licence and some time to spare? We are seeking people to drive our 8 seater company vehicle and support our residents to go for drives around the local neighbourhood, pub lunches and outings to local parks and cafes.
Male volunteer to facilitate a Men's Group. To lead discussion groups, assist with small projects and help with varied activities.
Calling all local residents interested in gardening, the outdoors and growing food! Want to learn new skills, meet new people and have some fun? Why not come along to one of the the Campbelltown Community Orchard Working Bee days and see how you can get involved! You don't have to come alone - children, friends and family young and old are welcome!
Would you like to provide logistics support with an opportunity to explore the world famous Flinders Ranges as far north as Blinman, in South Australia, then do join us on our 2019 Outback Odyssey, 4 -19 May, 2019.
Volunteers assist with sorting and cleaning donations, and ensuring that adequate stocks of a high quality selection of items distributed to Op Shops of the Lyell McEwin Volunteer Association. Profits made fund the Lyell McEwin Association's work in the hospital
The Group Leader is responsible for the welfare, progress and learning of Members within the Group and the continued development of the Scout Group in the local community.
Do you like socialising and making new friendships? Do you have 2 hours to spare each week? If yes, Southern Cross Care has the perfect volunteering opportunity for you!
Cub Leaders are responsible for the planning and running of exciting, challenging weekly and weekend programs which attract new members to their Section and retain existing ones, attending and running weekly Section meetings during school terms, attending group activities (e.g. hikes or camping trips), attending monthly Leaders meeting, supervising and providing instruction, assistance and testing of youth members in skills appropriate to their age.
Volunteers needed to assist in unloading trucks at market locations, set up of markets, sorting through fruit & veg, distribution of foods to those in need, pack up of market
Southern Cross Care is taking expressions of interest for volunteers to support our customers to be physically active and improve quality of life. If you are interested in promoting physical activity and improving the quality of life for older people our fitness coordinators can give you the resources and expertise required to become an active ageing volunteer.
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