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45 Arts, Craft, & Photography volunteer opportunities in Adelaide City found.

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Cooking, Talking and Team Work - Sound Like You?

  • Location: Aberfoyle Park SA, Mclaren Vale SA
  • Category: Seniors & Aged Care

If you enjoy cooking, working in a team and chatting to people about their lives and experiences, then ACH Group may have the ideal volunteer job for you. Based at Aberfoyle Park and McLaren Vale in the southern metro area we currently have vacancies for Program Assistants to help out with preparing lunch and/or assisting with art, craft, and social activities for older people living in these two areas.

Giving Plate Makers & Artistic People

  • Location: Glandore SA
  • Category: Young People

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.

Sewing People

  • Location: Glandore SA
  • Category: Young People

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. In order to fund our services, we need the help of our lovely volunteers in all artistic capacities, including sewing! To help make & style bags, heat packs, clothing & more!

Mentor & Leader for Children Experiencing Disadvantage

  • Location: Woodforde SA
  • Category: Young People

On our programs you will be what is known as a Leader. This position operates directly with Participants to make sure they're fully engaged. Leaders must be aged between 16 and 26 years old. Most of our Leaders are recruited from secondary schools and universities in South Australia. Each of our camps is staffed almost entirely by our trained Leaders. We invite, prepare and challenge young people to act as positive role models to our participants, as well as each other.