Can:Do4Kids are looking for fun and confident volunteers to collect donations at the gates at the Royal Adelaide Show at the Wayville Showgrounds on Sunday, September 9th this year. Funds raised go to Can:Do 4Kids supporting, deaf, blind and sensory impaired children make informed decisions and set goals which are achievable and meaningful, and give Can:Do4Kids the ability to work in partnership with them to achieve these goals.
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Our WheelieNet is a school visit program designed to educate students in disability through a wheelchair experience. We are looking for 2 - 3 able bodied people to assist with loading and unloading of our trailer when our member is not able to.
An opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people with a mental illness or disability and improve client and carer experiences with mental health services, disability accommodation, SRF's and Day Options programs.
Build equipment for people with disabilities and the aged in your own shed/facility
Technology for Ageing and Disability SA Inc (TADSA) requires volunteers who are interested in modifying bikes. TADSA's Freedom Wheels modified bike program takes regular bikes and fits them with prefabricated accessories (and some individualised accessories) to enable kids with disabilities to ride.
Looking for a challenge? Do you have good organisational skills? If yes to both, this might be the volunteer position for you. This position is a new position.
Community Visitors work in pairs on the Fleurieu Peninsula to conduct scheduled visits of facilities such as Mental health Treatment Centres, ED's, Supported Residential facilities (SRFs). Community Visitors inspect and report on - the standard of care and accommodation, the adequacy of information provided to patients/residents and their families, the attitude of staff towards patients/residents. Prospective volunteers must go to website to fill in application form.
We are looking for a Design volunteer to assist with the creation and design of promotional materials in support of ongoing promotional and marketing initiatives.
Did you know.....? Not all Super Heroes wear a cape? You can make a real difference in the life of a child or young person with an Intellectual Disability in your community.
The City of Marion is 10km south of Adelaide and stretches to Hallett Cove. It has a population of approximately 80,000 residents and 7km of coastline. We are looking for Volunteers to help residents improve access to medical appointments and shopping who otherwise find it difficult to attend independently.
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