Found 663 Companionship and Social Support volunteering opportunities in Melbourne City

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    Volunteer required to make social visits to an isolated elderly Russian lady living in Caufield

    Make fortnightly social visits to an isolated elderly Russian lady living a home in Caulfield

    Migrant Support
    Long Term
    Caulfield East, VIC
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    Volunteer Drivers - OneDay to Conquer Cancer

    The OneDay to Conquer Cancer is looking for volunteers to be part of the sweep team that travels along the route on Sunday 29th October. Your main job is to ensure participants safety and enjoyment whilst on their quest to conquer cancer!

    Event Volunteering
    Albert Park, VIC
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    Volunteer for Multicultural Social Support for independent seniors

    Cafe Bazaar is a Multicultural Social Support group for independent seniors that meet once a week to socialise and participate in a range of activities including board games, art and craft and afternoon tea each Thursday from 1.30pm to 4pm at the Grattan Gardens Community Centre in Prahran. MiCare New Hope Foundation is seeking volunteers to assist our Facilitator to set up tea and coffee, welcome participants and to socialise with participants.

    Long Term
    Prahran, VIC
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    Cheltenham Pool Support for someone with multiple sclerosis

    Cheltenham Pool Support for someone with multiple sclerosis. Sometimes when you're wobbly on your feet you just need someone there in the water with you just in case you slip.

    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Cheltenham, VIC
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    Looking for male volunteers to help with our Men's Shed

    Can you spare a few hours a week to help out with our organisation? The Aboriginal Community Elders Services (ACES) is the only Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community organisation set within an urban setting which provides aged care programs from the one site: We are based in Brunswick East in beautiful surroundings.

    Community Service
    Long Term
    Brunswick East, VIC
  6. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Companion Visitor

    Would you like to add value to the life of a resident or a group of residents in an Aged Care Facility? Or would you like to visit an older person in their home? This is a fantastic opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life, and also enjoy the friendship and shared companionship. Contact us to learn more about this great opportunity and what opportunities we have across Victoria and NSW. We welcome volunteers who would like to volunteer with friends or family.

    Long Term
    Williamstown, VIC
  7. Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers

    Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers support disadvantaged people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds with a variety of needs including education, employment, health, well-being, citizenship and legal issues. Referral and Support volunteers assist community members to access appropriate professional services to meet these needs.

    Migrant Support
    Long Term
    Richmond, VIC
  8. Disability Advocacy Committee Member Watsonia area

    Board Meetings are the 2nd Monday of the month @ 7pm, overseeing the employed staff and the operations We strongly encourage people who have lived experience with intellectual disability, and a strong commitment to social justice who live in Darebin, Nillumbik, Banyule or Whittlesea shires. North East Citizen Advocacy! Google us!

    Community Service
    Long Term
    Watsonia, VIC
  9. Time flexible Friend, advocate, ally, mentor, monitor for a person with intellectual disability

    You have the unique opportunity to change the world ... for one person. A citizen advocate’s role is responsive and varied - monitoring the wellbeing and enhancing the life of an individual with intellectual disability without a supportive network of family or friends; they may be vulnerable, isolated, or at risk. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK TO FIND OUT MORE Northeastcitizenadvocacy.

    Community Service
    Long Term
    Watsonia, VIC
  10. Group or Corporate Volunteering - Sorting toy donations and packing toiletries

    Not everyone gets a fair chance. This is your opportunity to address this imbalance. Get together your group of 4-10 volunteers for a day of assisting with the task of sorting toys donated by generous Australians to be redistributed to disadvantaged kids at Christmas. We also distribute toiletries to female prisoners who would otherwise miss out on the basics needed to get by whilst in prison. This is your chance to make a real difference to kids’ and women’s’ lives.

    Community Service
    Short Term
    Brunswick, VIC