Wesley Mission Queensland is currently seeking expressions of interest from people looking to gain valuable experience, meet new people or just give a helping hand as a volunteer within our Emergency Relief Service.
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STP is an innovative project assisting tenants who are at high risk of losing their tenancy. We are seeking Graduates, Students and experienced volunteers who can provide intensive tenancy support to the most marginalised and vulnerable people. Volunteers work in 6 session lots, to assist tenant to/towards stablise a tenancy.
The helpline was established in 2010, and is the only such service in Australia helping people living with pain. Guides have a personal connection to chronic pain and are able to support callers with chronic pain.
Kookaburra Kids are seeking enthusiastic camp leaders to attend Kookaburra Kids weekend camps in QLD. We currently have 3 camps for 2018 supporting kids from 8-18 yrs of age. Weekend camps run from Friday evening through to Sunday afternoon. We are looking for adults over the age of 21 from all walks of life. Camp Leaders do not have to have any experience in mental health. The main goal of a camp leader is support kids to be kids.
Respond to calls to the 24-hour telephone support line. Provide emotional support, information and/or referral (as determined by caller). Maintain an accurate record of calls, and submit required information to Arafmi
Heart Foundation Community Speakers deliver heart health talks to community groups and workplaces. Talk topics include nutrition, active living, warning signs of heart attack, risk factors for heart disease and life after heart attack. No previous experience required. Training and resources provided. Receive on-going support from the Community Speakers' Program Coordinator. Flexible position - Assume talks as per your availability. Aim to deliver at least 3 talks per calendar year.
We are looking for energetic volunteers to join our BRISBANE Street Outreach Service team and to engage, encourage and empower Service Users through the provision of a mobile support, referral and educational services in which those who engage our services feel supported but our Outreach program
The aim of an NILs worker is to assist people experiencing financial hardship by offering a No Interest Loan. The purpose of the NILs program is to improve client’s assets and or lifestyle. The client may apply for a loan through the NILs program to purchase a product or service that is regarded as an essential item or service. This program is not restricted by postcodes and is open to applicants who have a heath care card and or are low income earners.
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