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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor weekends

  • Location: Springvale VIC
  • Category: Community Services

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? We have Mary in Springvale, she would suite either a male or female visitor for conversations. She worked in a family clothing business, had lived in South Australia and follow Richmond AFL. Can take her for slow walks or try a quiz with her. FN, Weekly visits for a 12 month minimum commitment.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor with Art knowledge

  • Location: Glen Iris VIC
  • Category: Community Services

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? We have an accomplished artist in residence at Glen Iris, who would enjoy a female volunteer who can have gentle conversation in clear English due to reduced hearing for June. To support her for up to 2 hrs to set up her paints for work at 90 Plus. Weekly visits for a 12 month minimum commitment.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Friendly Visitor with tech music skills

  • Location: Clayton VIC
  • Category: Community Services

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? We have Roy in Clayton who would like a volunteer with Ipad use skills and downloading music onto his Karaoke machine skills. He loves to sing and is retired from Engineering and the Navy. Fortnightly visits with a 12 month minimum commitment.

UNIITING AGEWELL - NEWNHAM

  • Location: Newnham TAS
  • Category: Community Services

Uniting AgeWell is a vibrant organisation and a leading provider of quality aged services in Victoria and Tasmania. Continuing the long history of the Uniting Church in supporting older people, Uniting AgeWell is a values based organisation which provides residential and retirement living, and a range of community aged services. We are committed to high quality care and providing creative options for residents and clients by building on the individual’s strengths, goals and aspirations

Seeing Eye Dogs Administration Volunteer

  • Location: Kensington VIC
  • Category: Other

We are looking for a volunteer to work in our unique SEDA office. Skills required are general office and typing: a high level of computer skills using email and Miscrosoft office suite including word and excel. A high level of customer service with excellent attention to detail and the ability to interact and communicate with others. The ability to work in a team environment and independently when required, and happy to be around large dogs.

Domestic & Family Violence Community Information Volunteer

  • Location: Southport QLD
  • Category: Community Services

Volunteers who are available to provide information to females from a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Background are required to assist and support the delivery of this project to women (CALD) in the community. If you have the ability to speak another language or be an interpreter and the compassion/ empathy to identify with this community project, you will be making a difference and positive changes within the community. Days and times are negotiable and flexibility is required.

Bush Regenerators - Mars Creek Bushcare Group

  • Location: Macquarie Park NSW
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

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 July 21. 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.

Bush regenerators - Lane Cove National Park

  • Location: Chatswood West NSW
  • Category: Environment & Conservation

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.