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Do you love Horses? Would you like to assist us as we provide invaluable activities for people with a disability. You will be working with our horses, helping to lead or support riders in a lesson.
If you are interested in Mandurah's history and proficient with book-keeping, Excel and Word, Mandurah Historical Society needs you! If you think this would be an interesting organisation for you to be involved with, you enjoy working with figures and have a few hours each week to spare this could be the ideal position for you.
Are you interested in Museums and Heritage? The Museum Collection Management Volunteer will be required to research, accession, label and store objects with the Museums collection along with maintaining and updated information on Mosiac database. You will also be maintaining the Museums collection storage areas.
Schools Programs Assistant - Museum The volunteer Schools Programs Assistant will be assisting the Museum Education Officer in the Planning, preparation and presentation of schools programs to primary school aged children.
Starlight will be hosting it’s annual Starlight Express Room Christmas Party for all kids and families within the Perth Children's Hospital. Seriously ill children can enjoy an afternoon of fun and games with their families, hospital friends and Captain Starlight! We would love for a skilled photographer to capture the joy on the day.
A Kitchen Assistant is required to help with food preparation, food serving and cleaning, and other kitchen jobs as they arise. Currently the centre needs a Kitchen Assistant on Thursday and Friday mornings for approximately five hours. Volunteers must be moderately fit.
Volunteer Bus Driver needed to transport client to and from the Day Centre.
Individuals to assist in multicultural seniors day centre in Bull Creek.
M Clinic is a peer-led and community-based HIV, STI and BBV screening clinic for gay and other homosexually active men (GHAM, including transmen). The service provides treatment for STI’s, viral hepatitis and HPV vaccination, peer education and referrals to its clients
Talking HIV provides trained presenters to speak with schools, tertiary institutions and other groups to educate the community on issues related to HIV and other BBVs in an interactive, prepared talk organized by WAAC.
Office Support Volunteers assist with a range of project and administrative tasks increasing the efficiency of operations / systems and supporting staff in their day to day roles. There is the opportunity to take on leadership roles within the volunteer program and assist directly within projects and programs for the OD Team.
The Communications and Marketing team at WAAC is responsible for all internal and external promotion, including but not limited to: social media, websites, written articles and media releases, newsletters, advertising, design, videography and photography. Volunteers who are interested in and / or have experience with any of the above are welcomed.
This volunteer role will assist the finance team with administrative tasks such as setting up spread spreads, collecting and collating data, record keeping, forecasting, development of policies and procedures, project plans and general finance and business tasks. Volunteers who are interested in and / or have experience with any of the above are welcomed.
Volunteers work alongside staff members to provide the safe exchange of used for new equipment in outreach locations around Perth & surrounding areas. Along with providing information, referral & resources to help prevent the further transmission of HIV & other Blood Borne Viruses.
Event and Fundraising volunteers assist with a range of events, with the planning, preparation, operation-running of events, joining an events committee, taking on leadership roles and assisting within the event on the day-night.
The accepting, loving nature of dogs gives this program its magic and helps children relax, open up, try harder and have fun while reading to a friendly, calm dog. YOU can be the Coordinator that makes these connections happen!
Companion volunteers provide one on one social support and companionship to Activ customers – adults living with disability. If you have just 2 hours to spare each week or fortnight, you could be enhancing the life of one of our customers with activities such as going for a coffee, visits to the park or visits to the cinema.
Participate with fellow volunteers and provide first aid at community and public events with St John Event Health Services in Western Australia.
To make first aid part of every West Australian's life, by delivering a range of first aid awareness programs aimed at building community resilience and encouraging the public to become adequately trained and equipped to deliver first aid if the need arises.
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