Skip to main content

Found 41 Childcare, Music & Entertainment volunteer opportunities in All Canberra ACT and the surrounding areas

Page 1 of 3

Save this search and receive new opportunities by email.

When new opportunities for this search are posted, we’ll send you an email.

By saving, you agree to our privacy statement

  • Program Volunteer

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Belconnen ACT, Canberra ACT, Gungahlin ACT, Kambah ACT, Woden ACT / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation
  • Event Manager

    Get 2 Know

    • Perth WA, Melbourne VIC, Adelaide SA, Darwin NT, Canberra ACT, Sydney NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Recreation
    • Types of work: Administration & Office Management, Fundraising & Events, Marketing, Media & Communications, Music & Entertainment

    We are looking for enthusiastic and creative volunteer event manager to organize, plan and deliver all virtual and physical events for Get 2 Know. In this role, you will collaborate with management and marketing team to ensure all events are delivered successfully.

    Logo for Get 2 Know
  • We found more opportunities that are
    state wide or remote

  • Online Event Manager

    Australian Multi-Cultural Communities United Limited

    Would you like to make a huge difference by bringing in your own unique personality together with all your acquired skills, knowledge and experience? This is an excellent opportunity for some-one that wishes to subscribe to a purpose that is bigger than themselves, likes the flexibility of working remotely, choosing their own hours, and won’t mind adding a growing national foundation to their CV.

  • Gig Buddy Volunteer - Virtual/Various locations in Sydney - #138136

    Gig Buddies Sydney (ACL Disability Services)

    Do you like going to see live music? Do you enjoy going to sporting events? Do you like the arts, going to the theatre, cinema or restaurants? Do you have a passion for equal rights? Do you want to enable a person with a learning disability and/or autism to go to events and get out more? Then you could make a perfect Gig Buddy!

    Logo for Gig Buddies Sydney (ACL Disability Services)
  • PUBLICITY AND OUTREACH OFFICER

    Transitions Film Festival

    Transitions Film Festival is a social and environmental impact film festival aimed at using the power of documentaries to make the world a better place. The next Transitions Film Festival program will take place virtually in late February. You will have a passion and drive to increase public awareness for sustainability, social justice, technological innovation and the transition to a better world, and enjoy the prospect of supporting a great cause and gaining meaningful work experience.

    Logo for Transitions Film Festival
  • Volunteer Homework Club Tutor

    Whittlesea Community Connections

    The volunteer tutor provides educational support after school hours to students enrolled in the program. A significant number of these students are from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Whittlesea Community Connections is a Child Safe organisation and all volunteers will be required to undergo a Working with Children Check and a National Police Check.

    Logo for Whittlesea Community Connections
  • Various positions:

    My Best Life Australia

    Domestic violence and homelessness are both at a substantially high level. Therefore, we have created our charity, to provide victims of both, a safe place to stay and a home to call their own. Our aim is to provide more social and emergency housing for very low income earners and victims of abuse, as well as running programs to help rebuild self esteem.

  • Program Volunteer

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation
  • Program Volunteer

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation
  • Program Volunteer

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation
  • Program Volunteer

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation
  • Volunteer - Program

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF)

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation helps young people get respite from their families suffering from Mental illness. AKKF run Activity Days Monday to Friday in the afternoons and early evenings. Volunteers assist young people and the program coordinator at the activity. Programs may include face to face activities such as Activity Days, Camps, and virtual volunteering (Connect). #YouthVol #Volunteering #Companionship #Recreation #Fun

    Logo for Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF)
  • Making impact? Mobile developer/Game Developer

    THRIVE Project

    THRIVE Project is a social and environmental not-for-profit initiative delivering science-informed tools aiding well-being. We have developed solutions and programs over the last two decades spanning several countries addressing issues from climate change through to the coronavirus epidemic.

    Logo for THRIVE Project

Save this search and receive new opportunities by email.

When new opportunities for this search are posted, we’ll send you an email.

By saving, you agree to our privacy statement