The 2019 National Multicultural Festival is fast approaching and we are recruiting Festival Volunteers to ensure the festival runs smoothly and festival goers have a great time! Join our team as a Festival Volunteer to be front and centre for all the action.
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Do you love music and entertainment and are you an experienced public speaker? Apply to be an MC for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
Are you passionate about music and entertainment? Do you want to be part of Canberra's biggest tourist event of the year? Join our team as a Stage Assistant!
Are you passionate about music and entertainment? Apply to be a Stage Manager for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
Are you passionate about photography? Do you have an eye for detail and can produce beautiful images? Apply to be a Volunteer Photographer for the 2019 National Multicultural Festival!
When going out to a café is no longer an option for people, our onsite café will be bring joy to HammondCare Wahroonga's elderly residents who have dementia. You'll love volunteering each Wednesday in the Coffee Club.
Share your love of music with residents who have dementia at our weekly Friday Coffee Club. All musical styles are welcome, from classical, jazz, country, rock'n'roll and popular hits. Join us as a soloist or ensemble.
The Salvation Army is excited to present Our Christmas Gift, a family concert featuring carols, entertainment and music to bring the joy of Christmas to our wonderful community. We need some friendly people to stand with our ushers and hand out electric candles to audience members as they enter the venue to take their seats. It's very simple and lots of fun for anyone who enjoys working with people. Volunteers for this role will be friendly, personable, polite and welcoming.
Design Tasmania require a volunteer to assist with the Front of House Greeting for Gallery & Exhibitions and to welcome visitors to the gallery.
We are looking for a volunteer who can perform minor maintenance, painting and window cleaning at our museum. The position would be more enjoyable if you are interested in local family history, however this is not essential. Times required: 8.30am-1.30pm Tuesday & 8.30am-1.30pm Wednesday We are looking for Volunteers that would be willing to offer a 6 month commitment to become part of our team.
The primary focus of this role will be performing laundry duties to support animal care. The cleaning and hygiene component is a major part of the role (70%). The remainder of the role involves informing sanctuary visitors about the hospital and the animals currently being treated.
Assisting with basic clerical duties such as answering phone calls, providing information to animal donors, filing and data recording, dispatching pathology samples and assisting with contacting animal carers.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Wildlife Department manage a wide range of over 160 different species of animals including native and exotic guest species. This role involves working with a Wildlife keeper on their daily rounds assisting with the feeding and cleaning of the animals on each round.
Second Chance Animal Rescue are currently looking for casual volunteers who are interested in volunteering their time to help us raise much needed funds through roadside tin rattle collections.
This volunteer provides direct support and assistance to our workforce by completing a range of administrative tasks and office duties within a Vision Australia department.
We need your help as a front of house volunteer for our next concert "Unforgettabelle". The Decibelles is a female pop choir, celebrating womanhood by uniting women from diverse backgrounds, race and sexuality to raise the spirit and inspire the soul through music and song. We need ushers and raffle ticket sellers. Our audience is mostly our friends and family, and are more than happy to buy raffle tickets to support our not-for-profit community choir.
Foster carers required for dogs in need throughout the metro area
CircusWA provide circus classes for all ages from toddlers to 60+, workshops for schools and community organisations, performances at festivals and events and in our own Big Top. We work with our partners to offer free drop-in circus classes for indigenous and disadvantaged kids and also offer a scholarship training program for disadvantaged kids.
Use your creative skills to make us look good, have fun and help find our kitties their forever homes
The Schools Animal Ethics Committee is seeking a community member (Category D) to attend up to 8 meetings each year (twice each school term) to consider applications for teaching activities that use live animals. Members have the opportunity to support schools in using animals for low impact activities that support young people to develop respect and empathy for animals, skills in animal care and understanding of animal biology.
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