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  • Fundraising and Events Volunteers

    The Orangutan Project

    Help raise funds and save orangutans, elephants and tigers from extinction! The Orangutan Project is looking for volunteers to manage and organise fundraising stalls and events, as well as for volunteers to assist at stalls and events. We are an international conservation organisation working in Borneo and Sumatra to save orangutans, safeguard forests, and support local and Indigenous communities.

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  • Volunteer Coordinator - Darwin NT

    Story Dogs Vic

    You and your dog can help children find the magic in becoming lifelong readers.  The Coordinator will commence as a dog reading team volunteer and after two school terms receive training to take on the Coordinator position. The Coordinator will recruit, train, support, manage and give recognition to volunteers within the region. The position will also raise awareness of the Story Dogs brand and services. This is a non paid, volunteer role. This role requires you to have a suitable dog.

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  • Become a Girl Guide Leader at Humpty Doo

    Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT

    • Humpty Doo NT, Palmerston NT, Litchfield Park NT
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Arts, Craft & Photography, Companionship & Social Support, Education & Training, Sport & Physical Activity

    Do you want to be part of a fun and rewarding youth organisation? Join now as a mentor for girls in your community. We are offering a volunteer opportunity where you will learn new skills. You will build on your leadership abilities and experience while working with groups of girls. You will be collaborating with other women to make a difference in the lives of young people.

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  • Youth Program Volunteer (Darwin, NT)

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Are you looking for an opportunity that’s fun & flexible? Would you like to support & empower young people? Are you 18 or over & enjoy being active? We are seeking volunteers who are interested in supporting young people 8-18 years living in families impacted by mental illness. You will have access to our opportunities via an app and can choose the programs you would like to participate in. If you are ready to make a difference in the lives of young people - register your interest now!

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

    A Sound Life

    • Darwin NT, Fannie Bay NT, Karama NT, Nightcliff NT, Rapid Creek NT, Stuart Park NT, Parap NT, Northern Territory / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Community Services
    • Types of work: Arts, Craft & Photography, Companionship & Social Support, Counselling & Help Line, Music & Entertainment

    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, July 28 from 10am-3pm at Together2, Rozelle in Sydney and via Zoom.

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

    A Sound Life

    • Darwin NT, Fannie Bay NT, Karama NT, Nightcliff NT, Rapid Creek NT, Stuart Park NT, Parap NT, Northern Territory / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Arts & Culture
    • Types of work: Arts, Craft & Photography, Companionship & Social Support, Counselling & Help Line, Music & Entertainment

    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, July 28 from 10am-3pm at Together2, Rozelle in Sydney and via Zoom.

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  • Men's Book Club Host - TGBC N.T.

    Tough Guy Book Club

    • Alice Springs NT, Darwin NT, Katherine NT, Palmerston NT, Burrundie NT, Timber Creek NT, Elliott NT, Ghan NT
    • Category: Recreation
    • Types of work: Companionship & Social Support, Library Services, Music & Entertainment

    Like to read? Like to have a yarn? Like heading to the pub? Tough Guy Book Club is currently recruiting new officers to help run book clubs in your town.

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  • Nipper Age Group Managers for the Dry Season

    Darwin Surf Life Saving Club

    Spend your Sunday mornings at the beach, helping kids gain confidence in the ocean! Looking for age group managers for the Nippers program commencing 2 June 24. This involves ensuring the safety and well-being of a small group of children, following lesson plans (already prepared), and facilitating fun learning programs. Would suit people with experience working with children, or parents, but we are happy to teach.

  • Admin Support Assistant (Community-based)

    Macular Disease Foundation Australia

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

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  • Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Darwin NT

    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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