Family Drug Support (FDS) is seeking mature volunteers to work on their 24/7 National Support line working with families and friends who are impacted by another's drug and/or alcohol use.
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This Volunteer Role (DES) reports to the Regional Coordinator (RC). The purpose of the role is to assist individuals with disability, mental illness, injury or health conditions to maintain sustainable employment in the open labour market. The Volunteer will provide person centred assistance that will vary depending on the individual needs of each participant to achieve greater social inclusion through workforce participation and training.
Do you love meeting and talking to people? Come and join Tasmania's peak body for Volunteering, Volunteering Tasmania. Utilise your amazing interpersonal skills in a great and supportive environment whilst connecting volunteers with local organisations who need their support.
Bring joy into your home and make a huge difference to the lives of cats and kittens by becoming a foster carer with Ten Lives
An ongoing, virtual volunteering opportunity to join PANDA’s Community Champions. Our national volunteer program draws on the voices, passion and energy of those who have recovered from perinatal anxiety, depression and postnatal psychosis. Together we raise awareness, reduce stigma and share a message of hope and recovery. We know perinatal mental illness does not discriminate and that it can affect anyone. Help us reach out to those in your community and others across Australia.
Vinnies Youth volunteers are involved in a variety of programs and activities including Loui's Van, Dining with Friends, One Night of Poverty, Homelessness Week, Mental Health Week, Youth Week, retreats and general events.
Do you have good reading, writing and numeracy skills? Do you enjoy helping others? Join the Glenorchy LINC today as a volunteer Adult Literacy tutor.
The Glenorchy LINC is looking for volunteers to support clients searching the web together with helping them access LINC on-line resources.
We are in need of someone with teaching knowledge to research and recommend resources that support our current diversity education programs in schools.
Reading newspapers/magazine articles, books etc., on air for people with print disabilities.
Are you a retired or underemployed teacher? We are seeking volunteer teachers to support our work in schools on a casual basis. Perhaps you’re an older person wanting to contribute your skills by supporting others in the classroom or a younger person looking to gain experience and add to your resume.
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