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  • Canteen volunteer - Mt Pleasant

    Mt Pleasant Primary School (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Mt Pleasant Primary School canteen is hoping to find canteen volunteers during school term. Duties are fairly straightforward and will involve preparing food for recess & lunch, collating orders, washing dishes and serving at recess & lunch. No previous experience is needed. We would love to have you join our friendly canteen team! Centrelink volunteers are welcome!

  • Help students thrive at school - Mt Pleasant, Coolbellup, Booragoon

    EdConnect Australia (The School Volunteer Program trading as)

    No specific experience is needed to be an outstanding EdConnect volunteer. From one-to-one or small group mentoring to literacy or numeracy support within a classroom; from volunteering in a school garden, the library or at the canteen to assisting with sports or other school-based activities, like Breakfast Club, you have the skills and life-experience that are highly valued by schools and which make a difference to students, each and every day.

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  • Volunteer visitors – be a friend for an older person in your community

    Lifeline WA (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Are you passionate about reducing loneliness and social isolation in your community? Are you new to Australia and missing your grandparents or parents? Would you like to build skills in developing a relationship with an older person, being empathetic and non-judging. Then apply to be one of our amazing volunteers! Visiting them at least once per fortnight you might play cards or games, go out for a drive or coffee, listen to music, enjoy a chat or reminisce about old times, or share interest

  • Bush Restoration Volunteer

    SERAG (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Swan Estuary Reserves Action Group, SERAG, is a local group of volunteers who enjoy hands-on caring and restoring health to the A-Class foreshore and bush reserves adjacent to the Swan River Estuary Marine Park on Melville’s river front in Attadale, Alfred Cove and Tompkins Park. Volunteers will weed and/or plant for two hours of a morning, then share a cuppa and cake together (provided) whilst enjoying the beautiful location that they are helping to restore and maintain.

  • Mainly Music Assistant

    Anglican Church of the Holy Cross, Melville (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Mainly music is a Christian based music program for families with pre- school children including babies. We provide a time and place where young children and their carers find delight in shared experiences through music and play, are accepted for who they are, and grow educationally. Each session provides education and development outcomes, an opportunity for children to enjoy an enhanced attachment experience with their family,

  • Parent and Family Drug Support Group Facilitator

    Parent and Family Drug Support Parent Peer Volunteer (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    We are currently looking for Parent Peer Volunteers to facilitate family peer support groups to parents and families. You may also be interested in providing telephone support to parents calling the service in distress on our telephone roster, As our service provides Peer Support, IT'S ESSENTIAL you have lived experience in this area.

  • Committee Members

    Neighbourhood Watch Melville (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Would you like to create welcoming, friendly, safe and secure communities? If so, we would love you to be part of the City of Melville Neighbourhood Watch Committee. The program is run by a dynamic group of local volunteers who work together to create welcoming, friendly, safe and secure neighbourhoods. Neighbourhood Watch is a good way to start conversations in your community and build safe, strong, caring, connected and happy communities!

  • Fishability Program Volunteer

    Fishability (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Fishability is a West Australian not for profit organisation who works with the community to promote fishing activities as a means of acceptance and inclusion with provision of inclusive and disability programs. Currently activities in our Perth Jetty South program are running at Val Street Jetty Rockingham, Ammo Jetty Coogee, Fremantle Sailing Club and Point Walter Jetty.

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