Our resident is a lovely, very friendly and welcoming lady who would appreciate any support given to assist her to care for her live in cat.
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Shelter attendant volunteers are responsible predominantly for the cleaning of rabbit enclosures and maintaining cleanliness at the rabbit orphanage. You will be working in a mainly indoor environment.
We are looking for some Seeing Eye Dogs carwashing volunteers to help keep our dog vans spick and span! The volunteer role would occur Fridays weekly from 12pm-3pm.
Driving volunteers assist with driving the training Seeing Eye Dogs from their carers home (can be in various suburbs surrounding Melbourne) to the Seeing Eye Dogs Training Centre in Kensington at 7am-8.30am and drop them back off at their carers home at 4.30-6pm, Monday to Friday. (*Prefer someone who is available 1 day, Mon to Friday for the whole day or Morning/Night)
Bundoora Park aims to create opportunities for community members to participate, voluntarily, in activities that develop their skills, promote the importance of animal interaction, environmental sustainability and enhance the local community.
Working with children with a disability and handling horses.
Shelter Attendant roles. We are looking for volunteers to help us in these important roles. The hours are 9 am to 5 pm, 7 days a week. This volunteering role will be located at Woodend. If you are interested in this role we would be delighted to hear from you!
Volunteers with experience walking large dogs are needed in the Templestowe and Donvale areas. The aim of the LinkPETS program is to support the pet and the person. Volunteers can assist with dog walking and basic grooming.
LinkPETS is social support programme that assists older people to care for their companion pets. Experienced volunteer dog walker needed Do you have experience walking dogs and want to help someone in your community?
A community-based not-for-profit organisation requires volunteers to assist in providing services aimed at keeping the frail aged and those with a disability in touch with the community and enhancing their quality of life. Roles include walking companion, gardening, pet exercising, transport etc
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer.
Ingrid’s Haven is a no kill Cat Shelter located in Broadford. We urgently need extra pairs of hands to help out during the week. So if you love cats and hard work, we have the job for you – a volunteer job that is. A day at Ingrid’s Haven consists of cleaning cat pens, feeding animals, socialising with the cats, and general housekeeping.
Do you love working with dogs, who are happy to see you for a walk or a play?
Do you enjoy photography and making videos for promotion material on Websites and Facebook? RSPCA
Our volunteer will spend time with Wild Koalas and participate in a re-vegetation project (tree planting and weed removal) to create vital Koala habitat re-vegetation.
We are holding a Seeing Eye Dogs - Puppy & Foster Carer Information Night soon and it would be fantastic if you could spread the word! Our information sessions will be a one hour session between 6-7pm on Thursday 16th November 2017.
Exciting roles available for volunteers who are passionate about animal welfare.
Volunteers and their pet to visit frail older people or adults with a disability
Wildlife foster care is the process of providing aid to injured, orphaned, displaced, or distressed wildlife in such a way that they may survive when released to their native habitat.
AWARE Wildlife Rescue is a local non-profit wildlife rescue and rehabilitation charity. But, AWARE isn't just another wildlife rescue and rehab group. Our founders and volunteers have been working in wildlife rescue & care for better than 20+ years. We know our wildlife!
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