Build a friendship and spend leisure time with an adult with an intellectual disability. Various Melbourne suburbs. Please inquire.
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Help make a positive impact on an individuals life. Meet an older person in your community and learn from their life experience. If you can commit 2 hours a week or 3 hours a fortnight for one on one contact with an older person and commit for at least 12 months this is a great opportunity to get involved.
Administration and reception work are just some of the many tasks that go on every day in large organisation like ours. If you have no experience with this but you are keen to learn new skills then we provide training to those that qualify. We do not discriminate on age, creed, race, sex. All applicants will be interviewed What we do look for is aptitude (your natural ability to do something.)
Drug Free World is in need of a Volunteer Area Managers for every counsel area and town in Australia
Home work clubs Volunteers wanted, helping children and woman from new migrant communities
Possible Dreams International is a non-profit which partners with rural communities in Swaziland to improve health through a strategy of upholding dignity, emergency relief aid, and sustainability projects. We are seeking diverse volunteers of all ages in Melbourne to join our fun, passionate fundraising team!
Are you looking for a meaningful way to give back to the community? Are you an experienced driver with an excellent driving history? This is an opportunity to get out in the community and make a real difference to the lives of older people.
CALLING ALL STUDENTS FOR AN EXCITING VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY!
We have a google grant to use and would like some help from a skilled adwords specialist to help us get a new campaign live
Volunteer opportunities in: - Respite camps and activities for children - Support for day programs - Companionship and outings - Assist employment and creative activities - Volunteer Opportunities at Wesley Neurological Support Services
Volunteer opportunities in: - Foster carers - Youth lead tenant volunteers - Driver mentor for the L2P program
We currently have the following aged care volunteer opportunities available across our programs in the greater Melbourne area. If you have a compassionate personality, a genuine interest in older people, a good listening ear and would like to get to know some very special individuals, we’d love to hear from you! - Provide companionship and social support - Become a homesharer - Provide respite for carers of older people - Help out at our activity group centres
By volunteering your time and skills to Lifeline’s Melbourne Centre you can help people in crisis. We’re looking for people from all walks of life who would like to make a commitment to regular volunteer work and who are willing to learn new skills, support others and work within our vision and values. Every Lifeline volunteer crisis supporter must complete extensive training to ensure you’re confident, skilled and able to provide support to callers in their time of need.
The Gomo Foundation team is growing – we are working together to place 50 young, exceptional women into education by 2020, and we need some help! We are looking for an organised and experienced Finance Manager to embed strong financial practices within our organisation, in a simple but effective manner.
VALID is looking for volunteers to become 'choice mentors' as a part of a new program with the aim of helping socially isolated people with a disability.
We are looking for enthusiastic people to become working party members of our Committee of Management.
Do You have Complex Trauma Disorder? (otherwise known as Borderline Personality Disorder) or do you experience... - Relationships that are intense and unstable? - Times of intense anger or difficulty controlling your anger? - A changeable sense of self? - Feelings of emptiness? Are you 18-65 years old? Are you willing to participate in clinical research? We are running a 12-week trial to investigate a novel treatment for these symptoms.
The State Director (VIC) is responsible for managing the One Woman’s Project’s engagement activities in Victoria. The State Director manages the State team, ensures all volunteers have Working With Children Checks, and are meeting deadlines and completing their roles, organisational monitoring and evaluation, fortnightly Whole Team Meetings, stakeholder engagement and team expansion.
The Outreach & Engagement Coordinator (VIC) is responsible for hosting free and low-cost engagement events for the wider public. This can include documentary screenings, panel discussions and commemorations of key dates (International Women’s Day, International Day of the Girl).
A charitable organisation that raises awareness and money to help fight the battle against cardiovascular disease requires volunteers in a variety of roles.
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