The Water Well Project seeks to appoint a director to the board. The role requires attending approximately 10 board meetings per year (may be online) and will involve serving on at least one board committee; in particular the Tasmanian branch committee. The Water Well Project is seeking a director with a diverse range of experience, including outside the health sector. The ideal candidate is someone who is motivated about improving the health of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
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Fight Cancer Foundation's Footy Colours Day is a national fundraising campaign held during the month of September where participants are encouraged to wear their favourite team’s colours and host an event at their school, organisation, group or club to raise funds for kids with cancer. We are looking for superstar volunteers to help us make phone calls to previous participants to encourage them to register for 2018!
General admin help, filtering messages on to right departments, data entry, making phone enquires etc
Being a member of the WIA’s Strategy Committee is a significant opportunity to gain experience in formulating an organisational strategy. Your involvement will have an immediate, and long term, impact on an organisation with approximately 4,000 members.
The McGrath Foundation is looking for committed, passionate individuals to form local volunteer committees in their community to plan and execute a series of fundraising activity during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October).
Hobart Meet and Greet Volunteers for Multiple Sclerosis Symposium 30th of May, 8.30-4.00pm. We need help with room set up, reception skills, sign in, direction giving, coffee and tea making, and generally nice to be around skills. Enjoy an information sharing day by being helpful and showing innitiative when our clients need support on the day. Uniform will require that you wear your best smile all day. Your help will be much appreciated by our MS community in Hobart and surrounds.
Do you have a love of writing and enjoy sharing stories with others? Cancer Council Tasmania is looking for a committed, passionate volunteer to interview, listen and write the stories of Tasmanians who's lives have been impacted by cancer.
This August, join thousands of wonderful Cancer Council Tasmania volunteers as they hit the streets and shopping centres helping to raise vital funds to bring us one step closer to a cancer free future.
This role involves preparing newspapers for broadcast by readers.
Grant writer required for applying for already identified grants.
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