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We are seeking a Volunteer Driver for Friday afternoons 2:00 pm to drive our Social Support Group clients home. As a Volunteer Driver your role is to work closely with the volunteer jockey to ensure the safety of our clients during transportation. Volunteers are provided with full training.
If you love animals and are reliable and friendly, we would love you to join our Program! There are currently 3 residents who need assistance: in Clifton Hill (2 dogs - 1 elderly dog on very short walk); Carlton (3 rabbits); Collingwood (1 dog); Richmond (1 dog)Application Form must be submitted to- this can be accessed from NRCH Website(Get Involved section). Please specify area and pet you are applying to be matched up with.
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.
Volunteers are needed to participate in LinkPETS dog walking and animal program The aim of the LinkPETS program is to support the pet and the person. Volunteers can assist with dog walking and basic grooming.
We are looking for a volunteer to provide companionship to an adult with a disability during a meal time or for a social outing once per week.
Inclusion Melbourne provides support to adults with an intellectual disability to live fulfilling lives in their local community. We are seeking a volunteer mentor to support a mum with a disability to spend time with her young daughter.
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Next Step Transition to Work program prepares adult jobseekers with disabilities to achieve their goals in gaining paid employment. We need a few volunteer training assistants (teacher’s aides) to help our keen participants with the note-taking and written components of their class activities. Encourage, motivate, share and be part of a committed team. Full staff training and supervision are provided
The Bridge is a disability support agency and our Next Step Transition to Work program prepares adults with disabilities to achieve their goals in gaining paid employment. Volunteer classroom assistants (teacher’s aides) help our keen participants with some of their class activities in a fun environment. Encourage, motivate, share and be part of a committed team. Teaching qualification not required. Full staff training and supervision are provided
The Volunteer Tutor Scheme assists newly arrived refugees and migrants by providing 1-2 hours per week of support with a tutor to learn English and help them settle into Australian life. We operate across all of Melbourne and would love to have you with us!
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