It is important for our residents to still feel part of the local community and to do things they enjoy. You will be assisting residents to enjoy bus trips to local places of interest.
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Do you have an interest in Media? Ngaarda Media provides a range of media opportunities for volunteers with skills in writing for online articles, editing, photography, radio programming and broadcasting, social media or website updates. Volunteers will be provided opportunities to work in a professional radio station.
Baptistcare is seeking a volunteer for 1 - 2 hours a week for the lovely residents of Moonya. This individual will provide assistance & support in areas such as iPad & computer usage, email systems & Skype etc.
Do you love cleaning? Would you like to do something for your community? We are looking for energetic team-playing volunteers who can assist our members with cleaning and general household chores.
Are you a keen gardener? Do you enjoy spending time with people and giving back to the community? We are looking for energetic team-playing volunteers who can assist our members with gardening. This is suitable for students, unemployed, semi-retired or even fly-in fly-out workers.
One of the aims of Fibro & Us - Fibromyalgia Support Group Inc. is to raise awareness and let others know there is support available. We do this by attending different markets, fairs and shows. Volunteers are needed to help out on the stall. This role involves talking to visitors, providing information about the work of Fibro & Us, talking about Fibromyalgia and what it is and selling merchandise/raffle tickets.
Supporting Homeless Breakfast Program with preparing breakfast for people doing it tough in Broome. - Shifts are available Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays - 6am to 8am (can even go to 9am if possible)
We need volunteers to help out the Friends of Attadale Foreshore with the construction of an Osprey nest, as well as invasive weed species removal. These charismatic birds of prey utilise large nests made from sticks and driftwood, and this work will help to provide safe and secure sights for their breeding. Come along and help these beautiful birds and spot one fishing along the Swan!
The Northam Railway Museum has a unique collection of the Avon Valley's railway, army and migrant memorabilia and our our group is passionate about sharing it with locals and visitors alike. This position would suit people who enjoy chatting with others and are looking for something with flexible hours.
Do you love kids? Want to receive first hand experience into Early Childhood? Yaandina Roebourne Family Support Service needs your assistance to supervise young children and engaging them in play activities while providing a warm, welcoming, nurturing and inclusive environment for the children.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team are seeking volunteers to facilitate programs for youth that may involve arts, photography, music & dance workshops or the “Roebourne Bike Rescue” program during school term. If you have skills that you would like to share with youth, we would love to hear from you! This position is flexible and frequency of volunteering is at your choosing.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team is seeking volunteers to assist with mentoring support for young boys/girls groups & young men/women groups during school term. The position is available on Mondays – Fridays from 3.00pm to 5.00pm. This position is flexible and frequency of volunteering is at your choosing.
Yaandina Roebourne Youth Team are seeking volunteers to assist with transport and operational support for youth and adults travelling from Roebourne to Karratha to compete in the local basketball competition. Drivers, umpires and coaching support would be greatly appreciated.
Yaandina Roebourne Aged Services are seeking volunteers with a genuine desire and interest in working with aged, disabled and individuals detoxing. Volunteers would be involved in providing social support for clients in the community, providing personal care and assisting with interaction and transport for group activities.
Assist the Cooking Stars Facilitator to set up & pack down activities, and to help children aged 6-12 with reading recipes and cooking.
SEAGRASS MONITORING is back! The Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project is one of the longest running and most successful community science projects in the Kimberley. The project engages large amounts of volunteers as well as Indigenous rangers to monitor seagrass meadows within Roebuck Bay.
Broome CIRCLE is seeking an Art Stars Assistant to help run the After School Program 'Art Stars'. The Assistant Facilitator will work with the program facilitator to set up/ pack down the activities and help children to produce their art piece. The After School Program is designed for children aged 6-12 years.
Assist the program facilitator with the sewing program run at Broome CIRCLE.
Volunteers are needed to help with the following tasks: welcome visitors, record visitor information, learn and share history and stories, assist in opening or closing the exhibition, maintain displays in the exhibition, and stock small gift shop.
Welcoming people to Broome, providing useful information and assistance to visitors of the Kimberley.
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