We are looking for someone with writing/journalism background to source and write articles ( 500 - 1000 words) on topics relevant to sustainable gardening including on native Australian/indigenous foods. These could be based on interviewing experts in the area (e.g. horticulturalists, chefs). It is important that you also have an interest and/or experience in either horticulture or gardening using organic or permaculture approaches.
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Do you love Horses? Would you like to assist us as we provide invaluable activities for people with a disability. You will be working with our horses, helping to lead or support riders in a lesson.
If you are interested in Mandurah's history and proficient with book-keeping, Excel and Word, Mandurah Historical Society needs you! If you think this would be an interesting organisation for you to be involved with, you enjoy working with figures and have a few hours each week to spare this could be the ideal position for you.
The Refugee Employment Support Program delivers sustainable and skilled employment outcomes to refugees and people seeking asylum. Employment Readiness Assistants support recently arrived refugees to develop their resumes, search and apply for work, prepare for interviews and access appropriate employment related support services.
Can you spare 2 hours per week to maintain our grounds, gardens and outdoor play areas? We are flexible with times and days.
This School has an active "Stephanie Alexander" garden, students learn to grow and cook natural vegetables. A volunteer who enjoys working in a garden environment, providing weeding, watering and general upkeep and assisting the teacher with some lessons (optional) would be invaluable to the school. Some horticulture experience would be a bonus. Days can be discussed with the coordinator : Time Approx. 9am - 3 pm
Passionate local volunteers are wanted to join the Relay For Life Event Planning Team. Meetings are held once per month to help plan all aspects of the community fundraising. Our aim is to get the entire community to come together to celebrate our survivors, remember loved ones lost and fight back against cancer together! This is an incredibly rewarding and flexible volunteering opportunity and we welcome any level of support. No experience required.
The Communications and Marketing team at WAAC is responsible for all internal and external promotion, including but not limited to: social media, websites, written articles and media releases, newsletters, advertising, design, videography and photography. Volunteers who are interested in and / or have experience with any of the above are welcomed.
To coordinator events for fundraising, animal adoptions, promoting Happy Tails, recruiting foster carers and educating the public on adopting.
We have a volunteering opportunity to assist a small group of residents to take part in small projects in our 'Men's Shed' with the aim of encouraging social participation. We also require a gardener to keep the smaller gardens neat and tidy, perhaps working alongside our residents.
We are seeking an enthusiastic person with great organisational skills to assist the CEO with the day to day tasks of the charity. Tasks/activities of the position include: • Assisting with preparation of reports and other documentation • Developing and maintaining spreadsheets/databases • Writing and updating procedures for administration and support team • Assisting with background research • Assisting the fundraising team to contact donors • Travel planning and reporting • Admin dutie
The accepting, loving nature of dogs gives this program its magic and helps children relax, open up, try harder and have fun while reading to a friendly, calm dog. YOU can be the Coordinator that makes these connections happen!
Help Cat Haven raise valuable funds to rescue thousands of cats and kittens each year and get into the spirit of Christmas by assisting at our Christmas gift wrapping stand at Karrinyup Shopping Centre! Last year we raised $13,000 – are you available to help us beat that total this year?
Green thumbs or just wanting to make a difference? If you are interested in making someone's garden a place that they can continue to enjoy, rather than be a burden, why not consider gardening for someone who can no longer maintain their own garden! As little as one day per week can make all the difference in assisting someone to retain their independence.
Are you a keen gardener? Do you enjoy spending time with elderly people and giving back to the community. Some of our residents require volunteers to help them with some simple gardening duties. NO LIFTING IS REQUIRED. We have gardening contractors for the majority of the gardens at Brightwater, but some of our residents have their own little patch, or maybe some potted plants and need some assistance to care for them.
There are two lovely little birds in the dementia specific house which need some loving and caring for each week. The ideal volunteer will be able to attend twice a week to clean out the birdcage and check their food and water while chatting to some of our elderly residents and keeping them company.
Our Pain Management Clinic team at Greenwich Hospital searching for someone to volunteer their time and skills to provide administrative support. As you'll be arranging appointments and doing data entry for patient wait lists, you'll be required to have a good phone manner and moderate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office.
The Friendship Garden welcomes newly arrived migrants, refugees, people seeking asylum, and individual community members who may not have access to a garden in their home. Volunteers support participants to grow their own food and foster a sense of belonging to the Friendship Garden community. Volunteers are also called upon to assist with gardening and other horticulture related activities, preparing lunch and helping participants connect with each other.
Provide a valued and rewarding service to the community by assisting clients with mowing lawns in the Launceston area. Our volunteers are reliable, friendly and active people who enjoy being outside.
Ngala Midwest and Gascoyne are looking for a keen gardening enthusiast to spend some time on a casual basis once a week to provide some well overdue love and care to our outdoor nature garden at the Child and Parent Centre- Rangeway! No mowing is needed just some pruning, weeding and at times some planting of seasonal flowers and veges! No qualifications required just the love of being outdoors and gardening!
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