Identify collectables or potentially more valuable bric-a-brac items and price accordingly. Independently research items online to gauge current value.
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West Welcome Wagon provides material support to asylum seekers in the western suburbs of Melbourne. We need a Human Resources Manager for our team of 200 plus volunteers. Work is mostly done on line, after hours, in the volunteers own home.
Are you passionate about women’s rights? Do you want to inspire your local community to take action on issues like women’s economic and climate justice? Want to be part of a team of like-minded people that meet regularly to campaign for change? If yes - then apply to be a Community Leader in Inner-West Sydney Group.
Do you have a passion for the well being of children, seniors and the vulnerable? Would like to put your skills to good use? Morley Community Care (MCC) needs the services of a Wordsmith to create a fund raising and recruitment video, help define our mission statement and provide material to be used for press interviews.
Morley Community Care (MCC) needs the services of a volunteer Research Assistant to find statistical information on social issues and the ‘pain points’ experienced by organisations that work with children and seniors. The data will be used to create a fund raising and recruitment video.
If you are 65+ and would like to take part in a research program focusing on improved brain function, balance and physical function you may be interested in this role.
Visitor Engagement/ Tour Guide volunteer required for Museum of Tropical Queensland Would suit retirees, tourism students, teachers or educators. Blue Card necessary on application for Immediate start.
Make a positive contribution by helping this not-for-profit organization to support older people in engaging and connecting with their community, by organizing transport.
A not for profit Organisation that works hard, behind the scenes, to promote awareness and break the stigma of mental health, is seeking Volunteers to join their enthusiastic team.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
Come and help at The Fred Hollows Foundation while building your work experience in a fast-paced Marketing & Fundraising team!
We are seeking an experienced researcher to help analyse and report on the current data captured regarding intellectual disability in Australia. This role would suit someone familiar with research methodologies including analysing available data, published material and using local government data.
Do you want to make a very real contribution to an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of the poor by providing them with a "hand up", rather than a "handout?"
Orange Sky Australia is seeking a passionate person to help manage our laundry service in South Australia Northern Districts (SAND) region. If you're super organised, smart with technology, great with people and have a genuine passion to help others, this could be the role for you!
ReachOut are looking for 17 - 19 year olds who have left high school, who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander for a one hour interview - you will receive an $80 giftcard as a thank you for your time.
Help in coordinating and organising events to raise funds and further the goals of AIF. This varied and challenging role will involve events management, event volunteering as well as participating in fundraising and social media campaigns. Develop your event organisation skills while contributing to a good social and environmental cause.
This volunteer position plays a key role on The Water Well Project’s Management Committee. The role is responsible for managing communications (including social media) and marketing strategies to promote The Water Well Project. The Water Well Project is looking for someone who demonstrates the organisation’s values, and is proactive and passionate about improving the health outcomes and wellbeing of individuals from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
The Water Well Project seeks to appoint a director to the board. The role requires attending approximately 10 board meetings per year (may be online) and will involve serving on at least one board committee; in particular the Tasmanian branch committee. The Water Well Project is seeking a director with a diverse range of experience, including outside the health sector. The ideal candidate is someone who is motivated about improving the health of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
The Water Well Project seeks to appoint a director to the board. The role requires attending approximately 10 board meetings per year (may be online) and will involve serving on at least one board committee; in particular the NSW branch committee. The Water Well Project is seeking a director with a diverse range of experience, including outside the health sector. The ideal candidate is someone who is motivated about improving the health of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
Are you interested in making a difference for people with cancer living in regional or rural Queensland?
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