Would you like to be involved with a Club that has been a part of Mandurah's history since 1927? We need someone who wants to be an essential part of the team, and who can help set up and pack away on game days. You would be required to help with putting up goal pads, filling water bottles, tidying rooms, and helping the Operations Manager with general tasks.
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Do you love babies and want to help improve the lives of multiple birth families? Multiple Birth Volunteer Support (MBVS) are seeking volunteers to help improve the lives of multiple birth families. You will assist by providing practical hands-on help for families with newborn twins, triplets or more.
Do you enjoy chatting and supporting our senior community? Brightwater Care Group are an aged care facility, and our residents are really quite high care. We are looking for a few men who are willing to come in for about 2 hours each week to get the gentlemen together and talk “boys talk”. Some ideas could be to sit outside, read the newspaper, play mini golf or lawn bowls, or even play games using the wii (golf, tennis etc) The group would consist of about 6 - 8 men.
Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone interested in gaining event experience at the Sunset Series Race 3, which will be held on Wednesday 6 March 2019 at Princes Park.
Help make a difference in someone's life through improving their connections and reducing their isolation and loneliness.
We are a child and family service on the Gold Coast, providing educational support to families and their children. Volunteers are required pick up and drop off clients to a group activity either at Coomera, Nerang, Labrador or Coolangatta. A company vehicle is provided. Monday to Friday, 2-3 hours. Days can be negotiated with Coordinator. This role is only during school terms.
Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS) is currently looking for volunteers in the Melton and surrounds. AMCS Volunteers visit seniors who are experiencing social isolation. The visits are once a fortnight for a minimum of one hour. All you need to offer is your friendship. No experience is necessary.
The City of Greater Geraldton has an exciting school holiday basketball program commencing 18-20 December 2018! The basketball program is an afternoon of fun for kids aged 10-16 years. We are looking for coaches, scorers and umpires to make our round robin happen. Tournament runs from 18-20 December 2018, 1pm -4pm. No basketball experience required just the ability to engage with youth whilst having fun!
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. HSP provides on-arrival accommodation (OAA) for refugees on arrival in Australia and assistance to secure long-term accommodation (LTA). Housing Assistants work with the HSP team to support clients as they settle into their OAA, find, secure and settle into their LTA. Volunteers are engaged to guide and assist clients to feel comfortable in homes.
Our Pain Management Clinic team at Greenwich Hospital searching for someone to volunteer their time and skills to provide administrative support. As you'll be arranging appointments and doing data entry for patient wait lists, you'll be required to have a good phone manner and moderate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Do you love a game of bingo or bowls? Why not join the patients at Greenwich Hospital's Riverglen Unit in a friendly game or two. This volunteer role is a lovely opportunity to engage with patients, family and friends.
The Specialised and Intensive Services (SIS) team provides intensive support to eligible refugee and asylum seeker clients with complex and exceptional needs. Specialised Community Support Assistants provide assistance to SIS clients to attend medical appointments, community engagement activities and events, assist with phone calls, language support and basic admin.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) supports refugees from the moment they arrive at the airport. Community Support Assistants build on the case management support offered to clients of HSP by guiding access to local services, support with life skills development, local community linkages and building social networks.
The Friendship Garden welcomes newly arrived migrants, refugees, people seeking asylum, and individual community members who may not have access to a garden in their home. Volunteers support participants to grow their own food and foster a sense of belonging to the Friendship Garden community. Volunteers are also called upon to assist with gardening and other horticulture related activities, preparing lunch and helping participants connect with each other.
The SSI Community Kitchen program offers a space for guests to share a meal and experience multicultural Australia. It’s a place for guests to have fun meeting new people, practice their English, and participate in music and sporting activities. During Community Kitchen, Questions Corner offers information on a variety of services in the local community. The Community Connector will assist guest by providing information and referral pathways as required.
The SSI Community Kitchen program offers a space for guests to share a meal and experience multicultural Australia. It’s a place for guests to have fun meeting new people, practice their English, and participate in music and sporting activities. The Community Kitchen Activities Organiser will be responsible coordinating activities that are ran during Community Kitchen events.
The SSI Community Kitchen program offers a space for guests to share a meal and experience multicultural Australia. It’s a place for guests to have fun meeting new people, practice their English, and participate in music and sporting activities. The Sport Organiser program will be responsible for coordinating sports activities during Community Kitchen Program events.
Diversicare are currently seeking Community Visitor Volunteers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds within The Gap QLD region to visit elders within Residential Homes.
Visiting refugee families in their home and/or weekly calls for an hour. Tutors need no qualifications, experience or special skills. We are looking for people who want to know that they can make a difference to a family and to a person’s future. St Vincent de Paul will assist you to get a Blue Card and also run a police checks.
Diversicare are currently seeking Community Visitor Volunteers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds within Carseldine region to visit elders within Residential Homes.
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