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  • Breastfeeding Educator

    Australian Breastfeeding Association Applecross Branch (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Breastfeeding Educators are trained volunteers who offer breastfeeding information and mother-to-mother support to women whose babies are breastfeeding and to their families. Their area of expertise is breastfeeding support. The counsellors have to have breastfed at least one baby for a minimum of 6 months and hold a current 10998NAT Certificate IV in Breastfeeding Education (Counselling) (or equivalent) and have to complete ongoing training to up d ate their knowledge and skills.

  • Looking for a volunteer to take an elderly lady for coffee each week - Fremantle area

    Lifeline WA

    Do you enjoy spending time with elderly people? Are you reliable and a good listener? Do you have an hour a week to spare? Do you have your own transport? If you answered YES, then becoming a Volunteer Visitor might be the volunteering role you have been looking for. You could make a difference and reduce the loneliness in our community by becoming a Lifeline Volunteer Visitor today.

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  • Information and Referral Volunteer

    Citizens Advice Bureau (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Volunteering at CAB offers you an exciting chance to develop interpersonal and communication skills, experience an office environment and give back to the community. Through your work as a volunteer, you will develop critical reasoning and analytical skills. You’ll be working with a diverse team of people from different age groups, professions and cultural backgrounds.

  • 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!

  • Op Shop Retail Assistant - Myaree

    Save the Children (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    Are you looking for an opportunity to meet new people, make friends and be part of an amazing team? If so, we’re looking for volunteer team members to volunteer at the Op Shop in Myaree. We can help train you up and support you along the way. Come and join the movement!

  • Mentor and inspire young girls – Girl Guide Volunteers

    Girl Guides WA (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    We are seeking women 18 years and over to join our team of Girl Guide Leaders in the Melville and surrounding suburbs. Work with a fantastic bunch of Girl Guides in various age groups of your preference. These established groups meet weekly on various afternoons or evenings (school term only). Girl Guide Leaders are friends, role models and mentors to our youth members. You do not require any Guiding experience, just a positive and caring attitude.

  • Retail Volunteer- Fremantle

    Good Sammy Ent.

    Want to build or share your skills in retail? Volunteer with us to help run our op-shops and support people with disability! Get rewarded by shopping discounts, good vibes and morning teas. Good Sammy's purpose is to create meaningful employment opportunities and pathways for people with disabilities. We employ hundreds of West Australians with disabilities and you are also supporting them by volunteering in our retail stores.

  • Admin Support Assistant (Community-based)

    Macular Disease Foundation Australia

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

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  • Scout Leader

    Attadale Scout Group (Supported by Volunteer Melville!)

    If you want to give back to your community and love working with the youth that will be our future leaders and citizens of our communities, then consider joining us at Attadale Scout group as a leader.

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