We are looking for volunteers to assist and provide support within our social and interactive Disability Groups at Penshurst. We have 2 groups: Get Together Disability Group on Mondays and Out and About Disability Group on Wednesdays. If you are available on Mondays or Wednesdays, and you would like to help with group activities, outings and client interaction, apply today!
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Are you a supportive person looking to volunteer in your community? We have the perfect opportunity for you! We are looking for volunteers to help out on the bus with aged clients from our Chinese Group. Help clients on and off the bus, make sure they're secure in their seats and have a chat if you'd like! Mandarin or Cantonese speaking volunteers preferred.
Are you an empathetic person with some spare time each week to provide companionship and enhance the lives of others?
Identify collectables or potentially more valuable bric-a-brac items and price accordingly. Independently research items online to gauge current value.
(VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 55+ YEARS). Assist with Day Club activities such as group discussions, games, quizzes. Assist serving morning tea and Lunch to members. Orient new members and visitors, help them to feel at ease. Assist and encourage conversation between members.
• Do you enjoy social groups and visiting areas of interest around Sydney? • Enjoy chatting with and assisting older people or people with disabilities • Can you commit to once per month or more?
Vision Australia Wollongong is seeking a volunteer to assist with general maintenance and facilities support.
Use your community development experience to make a difference in the lives of people who are blind or who have low vision.
Do you have ~2 hours a week and experience in IT support? Would you like to be a part of an organisation that helps people diagnosed with depression get back on their feet through exercise?
Inner West Neighbour Aid is a not-for-profit helping older people and people with disability in our community to stay independent, healthy and socially connected. We have a small team of staff who are supported by 200 amazing volunteers (like you) who dedicate their time and skills to our clients. We are looking for responsible, committed adult volunteers who can assist staff on outings. Outings run from 9.30am - 4pm Monday to Friday departing from our office in Croydon Park.
A not for profit organisation in the Revesby area, is seeking Volunteers to join their generous and dedicated team.
Volunteers are being sought to accompany young adults with Autism, on outings.
Administration Support Volunteer required for the Lismore Vision Australia office. The position requirements include a professional phone manner, high level of customer service, effective communication and a good level of computer skills. We require a happy reliable person that would like to make a difference in their community. If this sound like you contact us today!
Our low vision client requires a reading volunteer to help him keep up to date and hear what is on the written page. You do not need any previous experience, just a willingness to make a difference in your community. Would you like to make a difference? Express Interest Now!
Our low vision client requires a reading volunteer to help him keep up to date, hear what is on the written page and have some general conversations. You do not need any previous experience, just a willingness to make a difference in your community. Would you like to make a difference? Express Interest Now!
Our low vision client is looking for a shopping companion and driver to assist her do the shopping every second Friday. Would you like to make a positive difference for someone in your community? Contact us today!
Our low vision client requires a reading volunteer to help her keep up to date and hear what is on the written page. You do not need any previous experience, just a willingness to make a difference in your community. Would you like to make a difference? Express Interest Now!
Travel Training Mentors are people from the community who are trained to support people to access public transport services efficiently, independently and safely. Work with the coordinator to provide clients with up to date information regarding timetables and ticketing information.
If you have some free time (2 hours per fortnight or month) and want to make a difference to the lives of one of our clients, please express your interest today!
This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of others in our community.
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