Looking for a volunteer opportunity in aged care with SPECIAL FOCUS on working with people with dementia? Looking for a way to share your interests with others and have fun? Times are flexible? This role is focused on the volunteer becoming part of our Memory Support Unit family within our residential aged care community in Footscray.
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Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home or their own home and make a real difference in their life? who would benefit from your friendship. Giuseppine is a lovely Italian speaking lady, currently living in an aged care home missing the company and conversation of an Italian speaking friend, reducing her loneliness and social isolation.
There are 2 roles that we are searching for volunteers to fill. 1. Cricket Communities Manager 2. Members, Events and Volunteers Manager
Get Funky! Are you looking for a unique Volunteering role? We are seeking individuals looking for a rewarding experience with a genuine desire to support people with disabilities. These diverse roles suit potential Volunteers interested in giving participation and support opportunities to our members with social, recreational and community activities.
The Awakening Festival has a policy of Zero waste and we will strive very heavily to achieve this, but unfortunately not everyone is as passionate about that as us, so we will need people to help us keep the grounds tidy and well kept, and assist others to know what should be put where, ie recycle, compostable, trash etc. The people will also be in charge of making sure that people don't run out of some of life's essentials like toilet paper.
The Awakening Festival is a three-day Sustainability, Music, Art, Culture, Dance and Spirituality Festival providing a venue where education and sharing of ideas are encouraged in a safe environment. With an emphasis on reuse, reduced, recycle and repurpose this volunteer role will give you the opportunity to use your creativity to make the festival site look amazing with all sorts signs for the various areas of the festival.
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 such as swimming, dancing, music and sailing. It also allows for people with disability to experience fun pursuits with peers, such as dining out, going to the movies and going to live shows. Most of the Lifestyle and Leisure Links Programs happen on weeknights and weekends.
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.
Gordon Lodge at the RAAFA are looking for a volunteer who would come and visit one of our residents in the early evening.
Diamond Valley Learning Centre (DVLC) in Greensborough is seeking someone with confident computer literacy and skills to assist with a series of computer beginner classes in term 3.
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