JPs carry out a wide range of official administrative and judicial duties in the community. Provide Justices of the Peace service to the community.
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Are you an empathetic person towards those who are experiencing financial hardship and can offer a non-judgemental listening ear? St Vincent de Paul are seeking a Welfare Support Officer to assist in interviewing clients, client referrals,emergency food parcels, clothing and bill paying service.Full training provided on the job.
* VOLUNTEERS MUST BE PARENTS TO CHILDREN WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ISSUES * With the lived experience of supporting your own child (teenager or adult) through the rigours of substance misuse and with the desire to support other parents going though similar challenges with their children, you will use active listening skills to support, talk through options and offer hope to parents calling the State-wide Parent and Family Drug Support Line.
Peel Connect are looking for people to be part of a group that visits homeless people during the night to provide care packs, hot drink, friendship and referral where appropriate.
RESULTS is looking for team members to lead action on global justice issues during critical moments. You will work with other volunteers to lead actions in communities, engage decision makers, raise awareness of important issues, and execute creative tactics to win media attention.
Youth action group for ages 10 - 25 years. Millennium Kids is a non government organisation run by young people for young people. The organisation was established in 1996 in response to kids demand to have a say about their environment and their world. Millennium Kids is about advocacy and action. We encourage young people to have a voice regarding issues that concern them, and shape their opinions into positive, practical action projects that include all interested stakeholders.
We are seeking a patient lady to become a trusted friend and mentor for Renata whilst building her self-confidence and independent living skills. Renata recently moved south of the river and is yet to build a social network. She is in her early 30s, has a mild intellectual disability and does not feel confident using public transport. Renata has a bubbly personality and loves children. She would love a local lady to take a personal interest in her.
A One-on-One relationship for support and advocacy between a caring citizen and a person with a disability. Make a difference in someone's life and become a Citizen Advocate. If you can offer friendship and assistance to a vunerable person, want to give someone a voice and have some spare time this role is for you.
Do you have the time and personal qualities to join us at Lifeline in providing Crisis Support? Full training and support is provided for this meaningful opportunity.
Want to make a difference in the life of a refugee by supporting him/her at school? As a refugee child mentor, you can assist with school work while at the same time helping to build confidence and self esteem in a refugee child.
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