This bushcare group is supported by Lane Cove National Park and Macquarie University. It meets on the third Saturday morning of each month and welcomes new members. We meet next on Saturday August 18. Work is along Mars Creek, a hidden gem of the Lane Cove National Park and involves removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.
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350 Australia is part of an international movement dedicated to solving climate change. We rely on the financial support of individuals and philanthropic organisations who are keen to work with us to reduce global greenhouse emissions and rapidly move to clean energy. We need your help to research and identify potential partners for this important work.
Are you a people’s person? Would you like to gain real world experience in Event Management as a volunteer? Join our event management team and become part of our 70th activities!
Love cooking and baking? Well respected Organisation is looking for volunteers to help Catering Co-ordinator, prepare and serve food and drink at organised functions.
The Ormeau school has the support of the Upper Ormeau landcare group and Boral. Join CVA as we assist this landcare group and school by carrying out weed control, tree planting and other conservation activities to help protect the natural values of this region which is home to threatened wildlife including koalas, greater gliders and quolls.
Are you an artist or just interested in art? A volunteer art mentor is needed to support a young woman with an intellectual disability to enjoy creating art.
We are seeking enthusiastic Green Thumb volunteers to become part of our volunteer gardening team who will aim to keep gardens and yards safe and manageable for our group accommodation settings. This service assists people to remain independent.
General maintenance including weeding, replanting & pruning.
A not for profit organisation that supports children, young people and their families, with the goal of building stronger communities, is seeking Volunteers to assist at their Aboriginal Community Gathering Day.
The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing and successful not-for-profit organisation that fights for orangutan conservation by securing land and rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing ex-captive orangutans. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.
Cumberland Council’s Lifestyle and Leisure Links Program supports the physical, social and emotional well-being of young adults with a disability to enjoy mainstream pursuits.
Yooralla’s St Alban’s Community Hub in the Northern Suburbs is looking for volunteers to engage with customers in a Program called Men’s Shed. This Program provides skills development for men with disability in wood work and other practical building skills.
We are seeking volunteers to help 'save endangered native wildlife from extinction'. We focus on habit restoration types of activities, seed collection and seedling propagation etc.
Be part of our Connected Communities program and help create a Lizard Lounge at Coldstream Primary School. Your assistance in creating this rocky space will help provide a powerful platform for teachers and students to better understand the and help their natural environment!
Cootharinga North Queensland hosts numerous fun and rewarding charity events throughout the year across North Queensland. If you would like to give back to your local community whilst creating awareness for people with disability, we would love to hear from you for the CEO Challenge, Mackay 2018
Are you strong, fit, honest, kind and have empathy and patience. If so, this may be the position for you. A volunteer meeting assistant is required at Mooloolaba TAFE. We will need you from 8:30am to 12:45pm every third Friday of the month. The Sunshine Coast Access Advisory Network (SCAAN) is a volunteer organisation whose goal is to play a key role in supporting the Sunshine Coast to become the most accessible community in Australia for both residents and visitors.
Lane Cove National Park now has a thriving Bushcare Program running under the supervision of a National Parks Bushcare Coordinator. There are groups currently working on different days, from every week to once a month, and they welcome new members. Work is in the bush, removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.
This group meets at the reserve entry point at the bottom of the Sugarloaf Point trail off Pittwater Road, East Ryde. Please consider coming to either or both of the two meeting times: every Monday from 8.30am to 11.30am or every second Saturday, 9.30am to 11.30am. There is much work to be done. We are well supplied and supported by the Lane Cove National Park bush care coordinator. Come along and help us make this reserve even more beautiful.
With flexible hours, this opportunity is the perfect way to contribute to the protection of our natural world by applying your clerical experience and reliability in the following key areas: 1. Helping to ensure Work For the Dole (WFD) administrative requirements are met. 2. Collating, updating and maintaining events clearly on the board/callender. 3. Filing documents and maintaining filing cabinet labels and functionality etc. 4. General clerical duties as required.
Our Garden Host supports volunteers to gain confidence and skills, and make a contribution while they seek employment in the area. Come and be part of this amazing vision for fostering creativity, arts and culture in Manjimup
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