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  • HAVE FUN! COME AND JOIN THE TEAM AT at Vinnies (Multiple locations)

    St Vincent De Paul Society (Swan)

    Put your flare for fashion and desire to give back into good use and help to transform the lives of those in need. We need your help at our Belmont store! Through the sale of clothing, accessories, bric-a-brac, and other assorted items in these stores, Vinnies is able to cloth, feed, shelter and support those in need. Meet new people, develop new skills, build friendships and have fun as part of our volunteering family!

  • Become a friend for Aiden, a happy and sociable person with intellectual disability

    Citizen Advocacy Perth

    Are you someone who enjoys walks in the park, listening to music and wants to make a difference? We're seeking a compassionate individual to become a friend for Aiden, a happy and sociable person with intellectual disability.

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  • Volunteer Driver - Community Support

    Halo

    • Armadale WA, Belmont WA, Canning Vale WA, Gosnells WA, Kelmscott WA, Perth WA, Byford WA, Roleystone WA
    • Category: Community Services
    • Types of work: Companionship & Social Support, Disability Support, Driving & Transportation, Seniors & Aged Care

    HALO are seeking lively volunteers to transport and support clients who are experiencing vulnerability or are socially isolated to attend medical appointments, allied health consultations and social engagements. Volunteers will ensure a safe, courteous and respectful on-board client experience keeping in mind their health, well being, cultural background, life experiences and social connection.

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    Flying Free

    • Belmont WA, Bentley WA, Leederville WA, Maylands WA, North Perth WA, Perth WA, Subiaco WA, Victoria Park WA / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Human Rights
    • Types of work: Administration & Office Management, Fundraising & Events, Research, Policy & Analysis

    Flying Free is a peer run advocacy and support service for survivors of abuse or mistreatment from mental health and alcohol and other drug services in Western Australia. We are dedicated to making systemic change to protect consumers from harm and ensure justice for survivors. As an entirely volunteer run organisation we need your help! If you have basic administration skills, live in WA and are passionate about improving the mental health system please apply.

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  • Help students thrive at school - Rivervale

    EdConnect Australia (The School Volunteer Program trading as)

    No specific experience is needed to be an outstanding EdConnect volunteer. From one-to-one or small group mentoring to literacy or numeracy support within a classroom; from volunteering in a school garden, the library or at the canteen to assisting with sports or other school-based activities, like Breakfast Club, you have the skills and life-experience that are highly valued by schools and which make a difference to students, each and every day.

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  • Volunteer at Corporate Teambuilding Events

    Foodbank W.A.

    We are seeking volunteers to assist with our Corporate volunteering events at Foodbank Perth Airport located at 23 Abbott Road, Perth Airport. The tasks involved in these events are simple, and no prior experience is necessary. We will provide all the training you need to ensure you feel confident and comfortable in your role.

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  • Greenthumbed Gardeners - Midland and Carlisle Locations

    Chorus

    Green thumbs or just wanting to make a difference? If you are interested in making someone's garden a place that they can continue to enjoy, rather than be a burden, why not consider gardening for someone who can no longer maintain their own garden! As little as one day per week can make all the difference in assisting someone to retain their independence. Midland and Carlisle positions available.

  • Become a Friend and Ally for Someone with Disability

    Citizen Advocacy Perth

    Are you looking for a meaningful and fulfilling way to give back to your community? Do you have a passion for making a positive impact in the lives of others? Volunteer with Citizen Advocacy and embark on a journey of friendship that will not only enhance the life of someone with disability but profoundly enrich your own.

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