Looking for something fun to do whilst making a positive community contribution? Interchange Volunteers help provide fun and positive experiences for children with disabilities by assisting them to participate in a range of social and recreational opportunities in their community.
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Can you spare 1-4 hours early in the evenings during the week or a Saturday morning to help disabled people learn and enjoy sport.
Can you spare 1-4 hours early in the evenings during the week or a Saturday morning to help disabled people learn and enjoy sport?
If you enjoy the outdoors, like working with horses or people with disabilities then come and join our friendly team. Horse skills not a must as training provided. 8am-12pm Friday & Saturday during Queensland school term only.
Do you enjoy gardening and have a couple of hours to spare each week?
Volunteers wanted to assist with a social group of blind and vision impaired people. Fun, relaxed and varied role.
Physically fit persons needed to lead a horse by halter, walk the animal and its mount around a small track. Person might prefer to walk beside a client who is on horseback, help with his/her balance if required. Assistance times: Tues, Wed 8am to 1 pm. On occasions assistance required at 6am.
Come along to the Interchange Inner East Family Festival on Sunday 8th December 2018 and make fun balloon creations for children with a disability.
Do you love to fish? Fishability is looking for volunteers who love fishing and who enjoy helping others to develop independence and experience the excitement of catching a fish. Experience with fishing is not necessary, but all volunteers must have a positive and empathetic nature. Uniforms and all equipment will be issued .
We are seeking wonderful volunteers who can prepare horses for lessons, leading horses in lessons and horsemanship with horses. Not all positions require full hands on horse work, there are assistance roles, cleaning out yards, grounds maintenance, helping with lessons and many more other roles required.
We are looking for friendly and energetic volunteers who wish to join our catering and hospitably team for fundraising and awareness events and activities from now and throughout 2019. The catering and hospitality team will support BBQ and other catering fundraisers by: • Cooking sausages • Serving water/soft drinks • Serving meals to supporters • Handling cash/taking donations • Maintaining a clean and hygienic service area • Assisting in setting up and packing down the serving area
We need someone who is prepared to help 2 to 3 Saturdays a month for twelve months. We are looking for someone who is older than 15 years of age. Someone who likes to be with young people and who is good role model. Someone who is able to promote and maintain a safe and secure environment for the young people and will provide assistance on Saturdays for up to 8 hours. We are looking for someone in the Brisbane area. A committed person who is able to assist the youth for twelve months.
The Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA provides valuable support to people living with Motor Neurone Disease and their families. Part of this is a free service to our clients to assist them in attending medical appointments, travelling to respite care and attending family events. To help us provide this service we are looking for additional people to add to our roster for Client Transport Drivers.
Help a vision/hearing impaired person on an outing on the last Saturday of each month giving them an opportunity to get out and about.
Assisting Carer's of Disabled Clients to prepare for horse riding and side walk to protect rider
Enhance the lives of residents who are socially isolated or lonely and would benefit from a friendly visit.
Join our swimming program and be involved in a very rewarding experience assisting students with various disabilities in the pool. The classroom teacher is the team leader and classes have a team of people supporting them, including a teacher, education support staff, therapists, and other volunteers.
Would you like to visit a socially isolated older person offer friendship and bring a smile to their face?
Assisting Group Leader during various activities by supervising the participants. Following directions and guidelines outlined by Group Leader, preparing materials and setting the environment for the activities and packing away, encouraging clients to interact with one another and to participate in activities. Building rapport with staff and clients. Working in accordance with Autism West policies and procedures. At times if required providing transport to outings for clients.
Assist staff with recreational programs for children or adults with a disability.
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