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Conservation Volunteers offers Better Earth volunteering projects involving tree planting, invasive weed removal, seed collection, walking track cons
With the regular and ongoing support and direction from professional Guide Dogs Tasmania staff, Puppy Raisers care for and socialise a puppy for approximately 18 mo
Grass roots public relations and fundraising are our bread and butter. We simply can’t train Guide Dogs without people helping us get out there and talk, sell, collect, organise, host, drive, etc. We’re always looking for people who have time to spare to help us fundraise in the community.
If you want to work around horses and are reasonably fit then this could be for you. Our clients are people living with disabilities who want to learn to ride. You can help them to enjoy this activity and contribute to your community. Or you may have office and administration skills and want to join the committee or IT skills and want to assist with maintaining the website.
Promote sustainable marine recreational fishery and educate the general public about fishing, fisheries and the marine environment.
If you want to work around horses and are reasonably fit then this could be for you. Our clients are people living with disabilities who want to learn to ride. You can help them to enjoy this activity and contribute to your community.You could also use your skills in administration for positions such as treasurer or secretary.
Do you love dogs? Can you volunteer and LEND A PAW for 2+ hours on Wednesday the 21st of November in Hobart CBD? We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us collect donations in our mini dog money boxes, for our annual Street Appeal. It is such a simple and fun way to help Guide Dogs Tasmania. Funds raised will help to raise and train Guide Dogs in Tasmania to help those living with low vision or blindness. And yes... there will be dogs!
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