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To assist in the Community Shed whilst adhering to the centres mission and vision statements. All volunteers are required to undergo a Working With Children's Check. After registration there will be an interview, induction/trial then a probationary period of one (1) month.
Yooralla’s St Alban’s Community Hub in the Northern Suburbs is looking for volunteers to engage with customers in a Program called Men’s Shed. This Program provides skills development for men with disability in wood work and other practical building skills.
Working in small teams, the Serving On volunteering program gives contemporary veterans the skills, opportunities and support to continue to serve through purposeful work and impactful projects in the community, for the community. Open to current or former ADF personnel, Federal police or National Security personnel.
Are you community minded? Do you have an open manual drivers license? Would you like to help raise funds for the RSPCA?
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.
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.
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.
A local organisation are seeking a person with practical skills as a handyperson to assist us with the repair and maintenance of toys and equipment used by our playgroups. If you're interested in contributing positively to the local community and have some practical skills in simple repairs and handy work, then we could certainly use your help!
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.
This is an opportunity to assist an organization which brings country families, who have a child with cancer, to Sydney for specialized treatment.
On Friday 20th July, DVConnect will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets to fans at Suncorp Stadium as they watch the Brisbane Broncos game. The more tickets we sell, the more money we receive to continue our life-saving work!
Based at The Townsville Hospital, our warm and welcoming Ronald McDonald Family Room provides a refuge for parents whose child is receiving treatment at the hospital. Through the generous contribution of volunteers, this facility is available to families 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm.
Footprints Day Centre located in the Hospice at Murdoch Hospital is seeking a qualified Beauty Therapist to join the volunteer Complementary Therapy team in providing a range of care to support our palliative care patients. All resources required are provided. The availability of these volunteer positions closes on Friday 27 July 2018 & no further interest will be considered beyond this date.
Footprints Day Centre located in the Hospice at Murdoch Hospital is seeking a qualified Hair Stylist to join the volunteer Complementary Therapy team in providing a range of care to support our palliative care patients. All resources required are provided. The availability of these volunteer positions closes on Friday 27 July 2018 & no further interest will be considered beyond this date.
Do you have a passion about working with elderly , learning from their experiences and eradicating social isolation and loneliness? Then this might be the right role for you. We are looking for a compassionate individual to support Jay who is living in Montrose area and is in need of some social support.
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?
Would you call yourself a "Jack of all trades" type person?
Join the Lifeline team and help to support a person in crisis.
Tad Disability Services is looking for volunteers in the Central Coast region to assess ,design & or modify equipment for people with a disability. Our volunteers have a broad range of technical skills & can either work individually or as part of a team. *This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a phone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast website and submit your interest*
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