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  • Fishing Program Volunteer

    Fishability - CVRC

    Do you know your love for fishing can help others? Fishability is looking for volunteers who would like to share their joy and skills in fishing with people with disability to participate in FISHING activities. Fishing workshops are now being conducted at Woodman Point Jetty, in Perth metro and regional WA.

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  • Girl Guides Outdoors Leader - Sailing Team

    Girl Guides - North West Metro Region

    • Altona VIC, Melbourne VIC, Sandringham VIC, St Kilda VIC
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Education & Training, Sport & Physical Activity, Tour Guides, Information & Heritage

    As a member of our Girl Guides Caving Team, help girls develop leadership and life skills through adventure and appreciation of the outdoors. Working with experienced sailing activity leaders and girl guide leaders, you will develop skills in a variety of water activities including sailing and leading groups of girls aged 10-17 years to enjoy and develop skills, based in Sandringham.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Cessnock NSW, Gosford NSW, Newcastle NSW, Singleton NSW, Tuggerah NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Kiama NSW, Nowra NSW, Shellharbour NSW, Wollongong NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Bidwill NSW, Cecil Hills NSW, Kurrajong NSW, Penrith NSW / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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  • Volunteer Leader

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

    • Ipswich QLD, Springfield QLD / Remote Friendly
    • Category: Young People
    • Types of work: Childcare, Companionship & Social Support, Sport & Physical Activity

    Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (AKKF) supports young people aged 8-18 years who are living in a family impacted by mental illness. Our three core programs include: Camps, Activity Days, and online “Connect” sessions. Volunteers can choose which programs they participate in depending on their interest and availability. When on program, AKKF volunteers engage with and support young people to participate in the activities, connect with their peers and have fun.

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