Take your dog into a local school on the same morning each week for approx 2 hours during school terms. You will see a total of 4 or 5 children. Each child will come out of their classroom and sit with you and your dog for approx 20 minutes. You must be able to commit for at least 2 school terms or more.
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We are seeking wonderful volunteers who can prepare horses for lessons, leading horses in lessons and horsemanship with horses. Not all positions require full hands on horse work, there are assistance roles, cleaning out yards, grounds maintenance, helping with lessons and many more other roles required.
Greyhound Adoptions are looking for Event personnel to promote their organisation. This includes promoting the adoption of greyhounds at organised events, fundraising and general assistance is required at events where our greyhounds are present e.g. markets, festivals.
Drivers are required to collect the bus from Lane Ford at 8.00am and to go to various Mandurah schools to collect children to take them to Pinjarra then return them to school after their lessons, returning the bus to Lane Ford when completed. Drivers with a manual clean C Class licence, caring nature and cheerful disposition are needed to transport children from school in Mandurah to RDA venue in Pinjarra.
Are you passionate about animal welfare? Competent with computer and thrive in customer service? If you are super organised, great with people and have a gentle phone manner, this could be the perfect role for you!
Providing Foster Care and re-homing service to animals of the Goldfields
SAFE are looking for volunteers who can assist at fundraising events, including sausage sizzles. Helping out at community fund-raising events for animals in the Goldfields.
POOPS is a not for profit organization which provides volunteer assistance to elderly or disabled people who have a pet in their home which requires walking or transport to a vet.
Assisting Carer's of Disabled Clients to prepare for horse riding and side walk to protect rider Train to lead horses Train to become a Level 1 coach (approx 2 years)
Wildlife carers shift supervisors are required bring new animals into the centre if required and to work with carers to complete their duties including cleaning cages, feeding animals, washing, hanging out and folding of towels, washing and cleaning floors, raking kangaroo pens. A JOINING FEE OF $25 IS REQUIRED
Wildlife carers assistants are needed to help with duties including cleaning cages, feeding animals, washing, hanging out and folding of towels, washing and cleaning floors, raking kangaroo pens. A JOINING FEE OF $25 IS REQUIRED
As a general volunteer for SAFE Esperance, you will work to support animal foster care and rehoming programs for healthy, adoptable dogs and cats. This rewarding work will suit ‘can-do’ people who are motivated to make a real difference in the lives of homeless dogs and cats. If you work well in a team, have good people skills and can reliably commit to a minimum of five hours per week, SAFE would love to hear from you.
Like working with Horses and helping people? An energetic person is required to groom, saddle and lead horses during riding lessons for adults and children with disabilities.
We run hippotherapy (therapy using a horse) and therapeutic riding programs for children and adults with a disability. We are a Disbality Services Commission registered provider. We need assistance with our riding sessions to walk with clients or help out in other areas.
SAFE Inc are in need of foster carers in the Perth area to provide temporary care for dogs and cats coming in from regional areas of WA. Foster caring is a great way to help an animal in need. This entails opening your home to a cat or dog on a temporary basis
RSPCA are seeking fashionable fashionistas to support the team at its new Fremantle Store. You will be raising funds and supporting animals in need.
Project Numbat Incorporated promotes and assists Numbat Recovery Program objectives including, habitat management, population monitoring. feral predator control, education and awareness programs, fundraising for Numbat conservation. We are seeking two volunteer Committee Members who can contribute to the planning and implementation of projects among the committee.
Looking after sick and injured native animals, including reptiles and birds, until they can be released in the wild. Includes feeding and cleaning.
Seeking volunteers to work in the admission areas at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Bibra Lake. Volunteers will be required to answer the reception phone and advise callers on how to rescue injured animals and any other issues/queries which may arise. Volunteers will also be responsible for admitting wild animals that are brought to the centre which does require handling of small birds, marsupials and some reptiles.
Native ARC's Education volunteering program is for anyone interested in training and education with a passion for wildlife and the environment. Education sessions are conducted during the week for school students and education volunteers assist with the presentation, set up and animal handling.
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