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16 Marketing, Media, & Communications volunteer opportunities in Australian Capital Territory ACT found

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Sponsorship Liaison Officer

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Homeless

Signal Flare is a not for profit charity that supports the homeless and anyone who is living in financial hardship in the greater Brisbane area. We are seeing a passionate and talented person to manage and grow our business and corporate sponsorship base. Reporting to the Managing Director, this is a great opportunity for someone looking to assist a worthwhile cause. Career progression within the organisation exists.

Marketing and Media Engagement Officer

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Homeless

We are looking for a talented person to manage all aspects of marketing and media for our events on a quarterly basis. This includes marketing of Signal Flare and our events, the copy writing of print and online media, including the graphic design elements. Reporting to the Managing Director, this is a great opportunity for someone looking to assist a worthwhile cause. Progression within the organisation exists.

Digital Crew member - Grapher Designer (Canberra)

  • Location: Canberra ACT
  • Category: Mentoring & Advocacy

You will work in a start-up style fast-paced team environment, turning serious policy development and political news conversational, if not ‘sexy’. You will gain attention using pop cultures references, one-liners, satire and our in-house meme factory channelling these into powerful demands for global justice.

Foster Pet Profile Writer (Virtual Position)

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Animal Welfare

Furry Friends Animal Rescue Organisation QLD (FFARQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes animal welfare by providing temporary foster homes for homeless pets, adopting them to qualified homes and reducing overpopulation through the desexing of all animals. Furry Friends operates remotely, with animals being carefully placed with volunteer Foster Carers until they adopted rather than operating a traditional shelter model.

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