Darwin has a variety of unique and beautiful beaches. A new location will be surveyed each Wednesday for marine debris, which are then sorted and catalogued on the day and added to a national database (Tangaroa Blue). Sites include Rapid Creek/Nightcliff, Mindil, East Point, Buffalo Creek, Casuarina and Lee Point. With your help we can reduce debris and preserve our beaches. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information.
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We conduct Professional Development Training & Well-being Workshops for Educators, Parents, and Others Working with Children by Supporting Teachers and Carers with well-being tools for themselves and provide yoga based well being tools that they can share with the children.
Newly established homework help program for newly arrived migrant and refugee students aged 12-18 attending Beverly Hills Girls High School.
Are you interested in helping others who are living in retirement villages or residential parks, or who are thinking of moving in, to understand the legislation and their rights and responsibilities? This volunteer role will deliver facilitated education and discussion sessions for older Queenslanders in Townsville and surrounds to give them the information and tools they need to make decisions about living in a retirement village or manufactured home park, understand and seek advice.
We are currently recruiting for our Big Futures Program. This is a school based mentoring program, whereby a volunteer is matched up with a young person at a school and spends time chatting, playing games and providing friendship to a student for one hour, on a weekly basis for the whole school year. We are currently recruiting for schools in the outer east of Melbourne (Boronia, Ringwood, Yarra Ranges).
Join our team as a volunteer and get compensated for your contribution. EssentialNeed and FairAction International are two Australian charities working collaboratively toward achieving one goal – UN 2030 Clean Water for All Goal.
Do you have ESL teaching experience? Are you interested in helping the newly arrived improve their English language skills and assimilate into the local Newcastle community more quickly? If YES, the Refugee Hub needs your help.
The Education Program works to support children, affected by parental incarceration, within their schooling environment. It is designed to enable children to reach their full potential within local primary schools. The program offers a supportive, caring and non-judgmental environment.
Careers Kitchen is a Perth-based project created to connect refugees and people seeking asylum with opportunities for work and study. Employment Mentors will work closely with refugees and people seeking asylum who are seeking employment in WA to best maximise their chances of finding an ideal role!
We are looking for a volunteer who enjoys working with pre-school children and is keen to assist staff with fun, educational activities and help with tidying & cleaning during the kinder session.
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