Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer.
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Volunteers and their pet to visit frail older people or adults with a disability
The role of Customer Care Assistant Volunteer is pivotal to our Customer Care Team. This team delivers excellent customer service to internal and external RSPCA customers and animals within their care.
EPC volunteers are warm, kind, fun, and care passionately about their community. And each week, they offer a few hours of their time to make a huge impact to some of the most vulnerable people in Melbourne’s east. If you like story-writing, chatting over coffee, sharing a hobby or skill, dog-walking, driving; or if knitting blankets is more your speed; if you have a little free time and lots of compassion, and want a volunteer role with a difference, we would love to speak with you.
This type of volunteer will assist to coordinate the Seeing Eye Dogs Speakers Team Seeing Eye Dogs Tour program.
Bring along your good natured pet and spend time chatting with our residents who no longer have a pet of their own. You’ll see what a difference your furry friend can make.
Foster carers are integral to the rescue work we do. And right now, we need you! There can be no more rewarding an experience, than that of providing a cat/kitten a temporary home whilst a permanent, loving and forever home is found.
We are looking for some Seeing Eye Dogs carwashing volunteers to help keep our dog vans spick and span! The volunteer role would occur Fridays weekly from 12pm-3pm.
Look after animals or contribute to the activities of an animal shelter.
This type of volunteer role works predominantly autonomously as part of the Foster Care Team to perform Property Inspections for prospective Seeing Eye Dogs Foster carers. All prospective Foster carers undergo Risk Assessments, Police check & WWCC before volunteers will conduct the Property Inspections.
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer. Not only do you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for about 12 - 15 months – without any of the associated costs – you will also enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Driving volunteers assist with driving the training Seeing Eye Dogs from their carers home (can be in various suburbs surrounding Melbourne) to the Seeing Eye Dogs Training Centre in Kensington at 7am-8.30am and drop them back off at their carers home at 4.30-6pm, Monday to Friday. (*Prefer someone who is available Mon to Friday for the whole day or Morning/Night)
Are you able to help an aged/disabled person care for their pet? This position involves interacting with your client, where you may enjoy a cuppa and a chat, whilst regularly helping them walk their pets and provide assistance with the every day management of their pets.
A community-based not-for-profit organisation requires volunteers to assist in providing services aimed at keeping the frail aged and those with a disability in touch with the community and enhancing their quality of life. Roles include walking companion, gardening, pet exercising, transport etc
Seeking volunteers interested in looking after one of our very special puppies to assist a blind person to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer means you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for 12 to 15 months – without any of the associated costs – and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Puppy carers required in the City of Knox. Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full.
Working with children with a disability and handling horses.
Volunteer with an organisation which provides horse riding opportunities for the disabled.
Assist riders with hats & boots, walk beside horses & support riders. Help groom & pack up horses. Assist with tidying up
Walking, grooming, training, feeding pets for older, frail or have a disability to care for their pets
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