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  • Musicians - become a music mentor to transform the lives of young people at risk

    A Sound Life

    • Ainslie ACT, Belconnen ACT, Braddon ACT, Fyshwick ACT, Griffith ACT, Gungahlin ACT, City ACT, Australian Capital Territory / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Arts & Culture
    • Types of work: Arts, Craft & Photography, Companionship & Social Support, Counselling & Help Line, Music & Entertainment

    The Sound Mentoring Program provides music mentorship to at-risk young people, helping them to achieve their potential as artists and human beings. Come and join us as mentor! We will provide you with training in mentorship and team you up with a mentee based on your existing skillset. Music mentoring is hugely fulfilling journey that can transform not just your life, but the life of a young person in need of confidence, positive role models and an outlet for their creativity.

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  • Play your music to change the lives of vulnerable and sick people in Australia

    A Sound Life

    • Ainslie ACT, Belconnen ACT, Braddon ACT, Fyshwick ACT, Griffith ACT, Gungahlin ACT, City ACT, Australian Capital Territory / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Arts & Culture
    • Types of work: Companionship & Social Support, Disability Support, Music & Entertainment, Seniors & Aged Care

    Music can heal, uplift and even transform lives but the people who need it most often have the least access to it. That is where A Sound Life comes in - we do all the legwork to make it easy for you to simply turn up and perform your music either live over Zoom or directly to patients by their bedside in hospitals. Our next Musician Training Day is happening on Sunday, April 28 from 10am-3pm at Together2, Rozelle in Sydney and via Zoom.

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  • Walker and Talker

    Capital Nordic Walking Community Outreach

    To walk with groups of Nordic Walkers who are living with disabilities or health mobility challenges whilst providing company, encouragement, support and maintaining a watchful eye to ensure all are safe. These walks take place on Thursday mornings at Lake Burley Griffin. Greet and assist new Nordic Walkers on their first walk to ensure they know where to walk and any other relevant information. You do not need to be a Nordic Walker to apply!

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  • Sea Shepherd Chapter CO-Coordinator- Canberra

    Sea Shepherd Australia

    Are you passionate about Marine Conservation? Can you picture yourself on the front lines, in a top direct action organisation? Are you an organised leader who is passionate, dynamic and creative? Sea Shepherd Australia is a non-profit conservation organisation whose mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.

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  • Canberra ACT - Sea Shepherd AU Onshore Volunteer

    Sea Shepherd Australia

    Being an onshore volunteer means that you are a supporter of Sea Shepherd and our shared causes, donating your time and efforts towards furthering our mission. You are also a part of our Outreach Crew – a growing team throughout the world. Application through Sea Shepherd Australia's web page

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  • Community Engagement Volunteer

    VolunteeringACT

    Assist, inform, refer! Would you like to be part of a friendly, supportive team assisting the Canberra Community to access appropriate services, support, volunteering roles and interest groups available to them? Then this is the volunteer opportunity for you!

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  • Gardening Volunteer

    Community Services #1

    Community Services #1 community garden was established to support individuals and families experiencing food insecurity and income stress. The project seeks to assist with developing confidence in growing and preparing food, with produce being used to support cooking and nutrition sessions as well as supplying fresh produce to CS#1’s food pantry. The garden volunteer will support the project by maintaining the garden and sharing gardening skills and passion with the local community.

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  • Social Support Volunteers for Tuesday Centre-Based Program ACT

    Dementia Australia

    Seeking volunteers to support Dementia Australia staff and clients , for our Tuesday centre-based social support program in Griffith. Volunteers support Dementia Australia staff enabling clients to engage in a program tailored specifically to their areas of interest, support, and social needs.

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  • Social Support Volunteers - Various Actvities and Roles in the ACT

    Dementia Australia

    Seeking volunteers to support Dementia Australia staff and clients in our various social support programs, which are held on weekday mornings. Our social support programs are held every day Monday to Friday and include various opportunities to join groups such as our coffee and chat, gallery/museum groups, craft and walking groups around the ACT.

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  • Macular Disease Volunteer Educator

    Macular Disease Foundation Australia

    The Volunteer Educator role is perfect for someone looking to build on their communications skills and gain experience working in the not-for-profit sector. Based throughout Australia, you will be an important part of a team who are supporting people who are at risk of, or living with, macular disease.

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  • Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Canberra ACT

    Macular Disease Foundation Australia

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

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