As a HammondCare volunteer, you'll engage with our elderly residents to potter in the gardens, tend the plants, or water the gardens. There's no hard labour involved, just an opportunity to give back and share your love of gardening.
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Volunteer who is able to help out during our Music electives where students are wanting to improve their “jamming” or learn new instruments required. Band experience preferred but any instrument background could work as well.
Calling all gardening fans. Can you spare some time during the week to guide our students to do some gardening? In this role, the Mentor will have the opportunity to do some creative gardening with student/s – either one on one or in a small group
We are seeking volunteers to help 'save endangered native wildlife from extinction'. We focus on habit restoration types of activities, seed collection and seedling propagation etc.
Be part of our Connected Communities program and help create a Lizard Lounge at Coldstream Primary School. Your assistance in creating this rocky space will help provide a powerful platform for teachers and students to better understand the and help their natural environment!
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.
Able Gardens Volunteers will assist to create low-maintenance gardens and outdoor areas for seniors and people with a disability. The aim of the service is to enable people to enjoy, successfully care for and maintain their gardens despite any barriers they may have.
The Community Garden Supervisor is responsible for overall planning, management and oversight of the gardens, the gardeners, and volunteers. They help communicate program policies to gardeners, encourage community involvement, and support the garden as an attractive, productive community asset.
Mowing and whipper snipper the building grounds. Assistance with hedge pruning and a general tidy up of garden bed and outdoor areas.
Volunteers to assist at the Australian Transplant Games which is being held at various venues on the Gold Coast, are required. If you assisted at the Commonwealth Games , then this Event is for you. ! Kids Activity afternoon on October 4 and Social night on October 5th requires volunteers to be available to assist with various tasks and supervision. Interpreters for the Thai participants at the games will be required to be on hand. Event: Sunday, September 30th - Saturday October 6th
Do you have a green thumb, love working outside and can look after a ride on mower. We require a gardener/s for 2 days a week. Start time usually 8:30am, however days and times are flexible. Our Sanctuary is a Centrelink and Work for the Dole approved workplace. Mature persons and Retirees very welcome.
Gardener Handy person required to assist in maintaining gardens and grounds of Parrots in Paradise Sanctuary Glass House Mountains.
Would you like to help refugee and migrant secondary students with English, Mathematics and other core subjects in a friendly homework mentoring program? For more info and to find out how to join our team of amazing volunteers just send in an expression of interest in this position.
Do you have a passion for our environment? Help with weeding and bush regeneration in remnant bushland or native gardens.
This role would suit someone who is patient, friendly, caring, likes the elderly and speaks Italian.
Volunteer needed to work with staff & students to plant, educate, harvest & cook fruit & vegetable grown at our centre. Plus general gardening.
Join with locals to contribute to the re-wilding of Prospect Creek. Learn about flora and fauna in the area, weed and plant along the creek line and have some fun in the sun!
More than 1 in 10 NSW residents are unpaid carers, supporting friends or family with a health condition, disability and dependency. Could this be YOU?
Welcome2Sydney is a project co-designed by City of Sydney and SS and aims to encourage inclusiveness and strengthen a sense of belonging by involving ambassadors from the City of Sydney local government area (LGA), to engage in community acts of welcoming refugees/new arrivals. The Welcome2Sydney Community Support Assistant will assist families and individuals to navigate and build their independence on public transport from their local station into the City of Sydney.
Share your plant and gardening knowledge and expertise to engage with the community and be valued for your contribution.
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