Court Network is a voluntary service that provides support, non-legal information, and referrals to court users. Court Network prides itself on supporting all people at court with respect and empathy.
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Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability.
Learner drivers aged less than 21 years must achieve a minimum of 120 hours of driving practice. Following completion of professional lessons we match learner drivers with a volunteer mentor who supervises the practice hours. All of our volunteer mentors receive training to equip them to supervise a young persons 120 hours of practice. Suitable for 55 and over to meet their mutual obligations.
Break The Cycle Glenquarie is seeking a volunteer to assist those who are facing financial and emotional challenges through food assessments and EAPPA assistance within a Christian environment.
We are currently recruiting for our Big Futures Program. This is a school based mentoring program, whereby a volunteer is matched up with a young person at a school and spends time chatting, playing games and providing friendship to a student for one hour, on a weekly basis for the whole school year. We are currently recruiting for schools in the outer east of Melbourne (Boronia, Ringwood, Yarra Ranges).
* 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.
Have you lived an experience in the health system as a patient, carer or family member? Do you want to get involved in improving health care in Western Sydney? This role needs you!
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.
Would you like to give back to the community and make a real difference in someone else's life? Can you offer friendship and support to a lady with an intellectual disability? Do you like looking out for others? Then this role is for you!
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