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  1. Peer Action Group Facilitator

    The Choice Mentor Program matches trained volunteers with socially isolated people living with disability in our communities, who want support to make decisions about their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support plan, keeping in mind their life goals and support needs.

    Id:105576
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Geelong, VIC
  2. Creche Volunteer

    The Broome Circle Creche Service is a beautiful indoor and outdoor space that provides families living or visiting Broome with care for children aged 2 months to 5 years of age. This position requires the volunteer to support the coordinator in providing a warm, welcoming, nurturing, and inclusive environment for the children.

    Id:5168
    Young People
    Long Term
    Broome, WA
  3. Clayton gardener for someone with multiple sclerosis

    Clayton gardener for someone with multiple sclerosis. Disability gets in the way of weeding and keeping a garden under control. Be that special person who can remove that extra monkey and relieve another thing to get stressed about. Thank you for your time.

    Id:105577
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Clayton, VIC
  4. Allies in Decision Making - Choice Mentor Program

    The Choice Mentor Program matches trained volunteers with socially isolated people living with disability in our communities, who want support to make decisions about their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support plan, keeping in mind their life goals and support needs.

    Id:73720
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Geelong, VIC
  5. Midnight Basketball Broome

    Our Midnight Basketball Committee works really hard to bring Midnight Basketball to our community and we look forward to your support in providing exciting, welcoming and safe tournaments for our local youth.

    Id:100505
    Young People
    Short Term
    Broome, WA
  6. Recreation Leader (Reccie)

    Recreation Leaders, or Reccies for short, are responsible for running high quality recreation programs for campers both on site and off site (Beach, National Park etc). in accordance with camp guidelines. The position requires a person with good communication skills and professionalism who is a team player aspiring to collectively achieve a common goal by creating an exceptional recreational camp experience for children and adults.The program includes both passive and energetic activities with

    Id:105567
    Young People
    Long Term
    Portsea, VIC
  7. Noble Park IT support for someone with multiple sclerosis.

    Noble Park IT support for someone with multiple sclerosis. Computer, and email access will be the goal for this 74 year old ex-teacher. If you have an interest in Art and interesting conversations then this experience, being a reliable friend to someone who is very positive will inspire you.

    Id:105568
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Noble Park, VIC
  8. Woori Yallock IT support for someone with multiple sclerosis

    Woori Yallock IT support for young person with multiple sclerosis. Your patience, ability to break down access steps and reliability will be crucial for this person to broaden their world and enhance their technical skills

    Id:105565
    Young People
    Long Term
    Woori Yallock, VIC
  9. Tweed Heads IT Support for someone with multiple sclerosis

    Tweed Heads IT Support for 70 year old with multiple sclerosis.

    Id:105560
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Tweed Heads, NSW
  10. Puppy Carer - Geelong

    Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer. Not only do you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for about 12 months – without any of the associated costs, you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life to the full by volunteering your time and care. You can also visit SEDA Vision Australia website to become a Puppy Carer.

    Id:94138
    Disability Services
    Long Term
    Geelong, VIC