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  • Art Festival Volunteer

    Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial

    Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial 19 – 27th March 2022 We are looking for people with a variety of skills and an interest in arts and community to volunteer a little (or a lot!) of their time. Venues will be open from 10AM – 5PM daily and volunteer shifts will generally be 3.5 hrs. Volunteers must be aged 18+, flexible, reliable, confident to work independently as well as part of a team and happy to attend a short training session before the event. All volunteers will receive a free ticket.

  • Mentor support: Home-Start Program

    Baptcare - VCV

    Baptcare is seeking volunteers in the Macedon Ranges region to work with young families. This service matches volunteers with parenting experience, with families needing a little extra support to raise pre-school aged children. This role requires ongoing weekly contact for 1- 2 hours.

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  • IT Support Volunteer

    Kyneton Community House

    Kyneton Community House is seeking a volunteer to help with our IT needs. We run digital support programs and have volunteers using various computer and digital systems at the organisation. If you have some computing know-how and would like to contribute to keeping this essential community organisation running smoothly, we'd love to hear from you!

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  • Community Lunch Volunteers

    Kyneton Community House

    Kyneton Community House offers lunch for the community on Wednesdays during school terms, and are seeking volunteers to help with cooking, and handing out take-away meals from the Kyneton Community House location. We're looking for motivated people committed to supporting the community. Pre-COVID-19, we operated sit-down lunches from the Kyneton Mechanics Institute a during 'better times', we are hopeful we will once again be able to offer this service. But for now, it is take-away only.

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  • Community Support Volunteers

    Macedon Ranges Shire Council

    Volunteer with Macedon Ranges Shire Council and support older people to: • attend medical appointments and other activities • increase their skills and confidence to go online safely • increase social connections by having a regular visit in the home or going out in the community • reduce social isolation by making regular phone calls to check in and have a friendly chat.

  • Community Visitor - Kyneton

    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 perform an important role of upholding and maintaining the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness.

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  • Social Support Group drivers & assistants

    Sunbury Cobaw Community Health

    Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health - Kyneton site is seeking volunteer drivers and driver assistants, to facilitate social activities. Participants are persons over 65 (or 50 if identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander) with support needs related to mobility and/or social isolation. You get to join in activities and excursions across the Macedon Ranges and beyond!

  • Treehouse Volunteer - Dementia Support

    Central Highlands Rural Health

    Central Highlands Rural Health was formed in November 2019 with the joining of Hepburn Health and Kyneton District Health, ensuring residents can access the very best health care closer to home, long into the future. We service Macedon Ranges Shire and Hepburn Shire in the Central Highlands of Victoria in Australia, north and north-west of Melbourne. We are seeking volunteers for our Treehouse program that assists people with dementia or a palliative condition.

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  • TAC L2P Learner Driver Mentor - Kyneton/Gisborne

    The Salvation Army Bendigo

    Are you a fully-licensed driver, over 21 years old, who wants to assist young, disadvantaged learner drivers gain driving experience? Acquiring a driver’s license provides a pathway towards developing life skills and social connections, and improves the employment and educational prospects of young people. We are looking for enthusiastic people who could commit 1-2 hours a week to help make a difference to their learner-driver journey.

  • Mandarin Speaking Treehouse Volunteer - Dementia Support

    Central Highlands Rural Health

    Central Highlands Rural Health was formed in November 2019 with the joining of Hepburn Health and Kyneton District Health, ensuring residents can access the very best health care closer to home, long into the future. We service Macedon Ranges Shire and Hepburn Shire in the Central Highlands of Victoria in Australia, north and north-west of Melbourne. We are seeking a Mandarin speaking volunteer for our Treehouse program to assist some of our participants with dementia.

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  • COVID Marshal

    Kyneton Basketball Association

    The KBA COVID Marshall will help ensure that KBA maintains a COVID Safe environment when undertaking events at the Kyneton Sports and Aquatic Centre. The role will include checking COVID compliance of all attendees and assisting with COVID safe cleaning procedures after each event. Ideally, you will like Basketball and be able to watch some fun games whilst helping to keep KBA and all of its members safe.

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  • Seeing Eye Dogs Puppy Carers - Bendigo and Geelong regions

    Vision Australia

    • Bendigo VIC, Castlemaine VIC, Elphinstone VIC, Geelong VIC, Kyneton VIC, Maldon VIC, Ocean Grove VIC, Taradale VIC
    • Category: Animal Welfare
    • Types of work: Disability Support, Education & Training, Working with Animals

    This type of volunteer provides a high standard of care for Seeing Eye Dogs puppies/or dogs in the volunteer’s own home as approved and agreed by Seeing Eye Dogs. The volunteer will also teach basic obedience (under the guidance of a Seeing Eye Dogs Puppy Development Trainer), house manners, eating and toileting on command, and socialise puppies in many different places (restaurants, cinemas, cafes, shopping centres, supermarkets, etc) and walking on lead in a relaxed manner.

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