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When a natural disaster strikes or an emergency situation arises, DFES’s State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers can be found providing a wide range of volunteer services to help the community cope from the impact a disaster. This involves providing emergency repairs on buildings, to restoration of essential services and ferrying cargo and passengers across flood waters. Helping the community to recover by responding to natural disasters is only part of SES’ responsibility.
The NSW SES is a volunteer-based organisation that works with communities to prepare and respond to severe weather events. We are the lead agency for flood, storm and tsunami in NSW. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, bringing with them many different skills, interests and backgrounds. At Holroyd, our volunteers look after such areas as Merrylands, Guildford, Toongabbie, Greystanes, Pendle Hill, Girraween; with the opportunity to assist outside this footprint.
The Community Meal Program provides a vital lifeline for more than 80 marginalised people offering them a nutritious three-course, hot meal. The service aims to assist people who are experiencing disadvantage, many of whom face the challenges of social isolation.
This cycling club organises bike related events such as group rides and racing. In this position you will be using Stop/Slow bats to control traffic and help with the erection and take-down of tents. Full training will be provided.
Peel Connect are looking for people to be part of a group that visits homeless people during the night to provide care packs, hot drink, friendship and referral where appropriate.
Volunteers needed to assist Arts from the Margins for the 2018 Outsider Art Exhibition and Awards - various roles and times available between September 24th to October 1st!
14-17 year old teenagers and parents invited to a workshop to explore how they can tackle domestic violence in the community.
Do you like organizing things? In touch with your inner child? Always wanted an excuse to play with toys? Love a good label maker? Yes? Then we've got the job for you! No? Well we've still got things for you. There are stickers!
Are you available during business hours? - Don’t miss out on helping your Community!
LGBTIQ – SUPPORT & PROTECTION SERVICES INC. (LGBTIQ S&P Services Inc.) is an independent, not-for-profit (NFP) Incorporated (Inc.) Community Support Organisation that was founded in 2014 and was Incorporated in 2016. We are a unique organisation as we are not limited to a specific community services sector, therefore, we are in a position to be able to assist the community where it is deemed required and that are in alignment with the capabilities of our team.
The Human Resources (HR) Officer will act as the first point of contact for general operational human resources inquiries and issues for LGBTIQ - Support & Protection Services Inc. The position will facilitate the design and evaluation of position descriptions, recruitment management, oversight of performance management, and development and review of HR policies and procedures.
Fancy a morning of regeneration work, with a biodiversity expert? Lend a hand at Lealocks Lane in Casuala and contribute to the the repair of a critically endangered ecosystem, includes a guided fauna talk and includes a delicious lunch.
Did you know that Volunteers who help at the Toy Library for just two hours a month receive discounted membership plus you get to work with like minded parents. The Townsville Toy Library is looking for people with good customer service skills to help out on a regular basis.
Volunteer Independent Persons attend police interviews with young people under 18 years at designated police stations around Victoria. The Independent Person is there to protect the young person from the disadvantage inherent in their age and to ensure they understand what is happening to them and why. You will be non-judgmental, friendly and empathetic to the needs of young people while retaining a keen awareness of the balance between justice and the child's rights.
The Choice Mentor Program matches trained volunteers with socially isolated people living with disability in our communities, who want support to make decisions about their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support plan, keeping in mind their life goals and support needs.
Being a St John First Aid Volunteer provides people with an opportunity to enhance their existing qualifications or learn a variety of new skills, whilst giving back to the community, a service that is truly valuable. St John First Aid Volunteers are readily mobilised to provide first aid or support services as part of the State Emergency Management Plan - working alongside the other emergency services during bush fires and floods.
Volunteers for a range of community service roles, see website for up to date information.
Are you a caring person who can stand the sight of blood? Our local first aid organisation needs volunteers who after training will join them to offer first aid at events as required.
This program is designed to provide a safe place for at risk youth. In this role, you will be required to assist at risk youth through engaging with and providing assertive and intensive support to the youth who may have mental health illnesses or issues.
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