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96 Counselling & Help Line volunteer opportunities in Australia found

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Help Line/Call Center Volunteer - Woree Cairns

  • Location: Woree QLD
  • Category: Other

The Volunteer Helpline Member is a volunteer position and is responsible for providing high quality service including liaising with customers, warehouse and distribution staff to facilitate the timely and efficient delivery of services to the Diocesan Office in accordance with the St Vincent de Paul Society Queensland philosophy, policy and procedures. Ideal to fulfill Centrelink requirements for over 55's

Grant Writer

  • Location: Hobartville NSW
  • Category: Community Services

Grant writing can be a fast-paced profession. Grant writers may work on several projects at once under tight deadlines. Government policies and online submission processes change frequently. The availability of funding also fluctuates, so grant writers must develop a diversified network of funding organisations. Though challenging, grant writing can also be personally and professionally rewarding.

Parent Support Network Volunteer

  • Location: Mandurah WA
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

* VOLUNTEERS MUST BE PARENTS TO CHILDREN WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ISSUES * With the lived experience of supporting your own child (teenager or adult) through the rigours of substance misuse and with the desire to support other parents going though similar challenges with their children, you will use active listening skills to support, talk through options and offer hope to parents calling the State-wide Parent and Family Drug Support Line.

Smile Squad Volunteer

  • Location: Douglas QLD
  • Category: Family Services

A smile, a cuppa or a hug is sometimes all that is needed to make a difference. That could be YOUR super power as a member of our Family Room Smile Squad in our newly commissioned Family Room connected to the Townsville Hospital. Our Family Room has a laundry, bathroom & kitchen facilities, living and outdoor areas including two nap rooms. You can be the everyday superhero that welcomes families into the room, allowing them an opportunity to take temporary refuge from hospital commitments.