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  • Homeshare Volunteers: ''Live in support for an older person''

    Uniting AgeWell

    HOMESHARE South/East Melbourne – an initiative that offers free accommodation in exchange for companionship and support of an older person in their home. If you have a genuine interest in contributing to the wellbeing of an older person in return for safe and free accommodation, contact us now.

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  • Volunteer Community Driver - Eltham

    LINK Community & Transport

    Be a driving force for change in your community. This role is ideal for those who love to be on the road, have a caring and warm nature and a passion for helping people. Volunteering provides a great opportunity to learn new skills, extend your network, make new friends, increase your confidence, improve your wellbeing, and have a positive impact on our community. We provide full training and support for our volunteers as well as a peer support and mentoring program.

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  • NON-PROFESSIONAL THEATRE HELPER

    DVCS Volunteers Hub

    Diamond Valley Community Support is advertising this role on behalf of Eltham Little Theatre. Various volunteer roles are available, including front of house/box office, ticketing, backstage/set design/set constructions/lighting and sound operation.

  • Girl Guides Unit Helper Eltham

    Girl Guides - North West Metro Region

    As a Girl Guide Unit Helper you help girls and young women become leaders, develop practical and life skills, explore their world and discover how to make it a better place. Through a non-formal education program of learning through fun activities and challenges, you can inspire others and make a difference in the lives of girls in your community.

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  • Girl Guide Unit leader- Eltham

    Girl Guides - North West Metro Region

    As a Girl Guide Leader you help girls and young women become leaders, develop practical and life skills, explore their world and discover how to make it a better place. Through a non-formal education program of learning through fun activities and challenges, you can inspire others and make a difference in the lives of girls in your community.

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  • Tutors for seniors activities

    DVCS Volunteers Hub

    Diamond Valley Community Support is advertising this role on behalf of Nillumbik University of the Third Age (U3A), which provides a wide range of courses including languages, physical activities, cards and puzzles, and classes related to music, art, literature, history, science and more. Courses are open to all retired and semi-retired people.

  • BSL Eltham - Store Assistant

    Brotherhood of St. Laurence

    Interested in volunteering at your local op shop? Come join the team at BSL Eltham! We’re recruiting volunteers from all backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you’re new to retail or a seasoned professional, we’d love to hear from you. Our volunteers cover a wide range of duties from sorting donations to creating vibrant displays, supporting back of house operations and assisting customers. Come get involved in your local community and join our friendly team today!

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  • Toy Library Borrowing Assistant

    Eltham Toy Library Inc

    We are looking for someone to help with our Toy Library borrowing sessions. Our volunteers help our borrowing sessions to run smoothly and help us keep our toys in good condition, and are only possible thanks to our wonderful volunteers! We require assistance with checking returned toys, re-shelving toys, and helping members find new toys to take home!

  • Community Visitor - Eltham

    Office of the Public Advocate

    Would you like to make a difference in the lives of people in your own community and also hold a prominent volunteer role? Become a Community Visitor with the Office of the Public Advocate. Community Visitors are the eyes and ears of the community and perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness.

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  • Committee Member

    DVCS Volunteers Hub

    The Volunteers Hub at Diamond Valley Community Support is advertising this volunteer role on behalf of Lower Plenty Dance Group, a small not-for-profit volunteer organization running live and online weekly dance for people with intellectual disabilities. The Committee meets every second month on the 3rd Thursday for approx 2 hours to manage the dance group affairs.

  • Community Transport Driver - Eltham

    Community Accessability

    Do you enjoy driving and being on the road? Do you want to be involved in your community? Community Accessability is looking for drivers to help provide friendly and safe transport to older people in our community. This is an exciting opportunity for someone wanting to make a positive difference.

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  • Lions Club Member

    Lions Club of Eltham #

    We are looking for new volunteer members to join the Lions Club to help the local community by raising money and volunteering with other local not for profit organisations.

  • Bring your friendly smile - make a difference. Become an aged care community visitor - Macleod, Heidelberg, Rosanna

    Elder Rights Advocacy

    We are looking for friendly, compassionate and caring volunteers interested in enriching the lives of older people living in residential aged care or at home. If you love a chat and can commit to visiting someone regularly please get in touch.

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  • Youth Mentors | Nillumbik

    Uniting Victoria And Tasmania

    Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor young people aged between 11 to 17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.

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