The RHSV offers a number of volunteer positions to people who want to complete a placement as part of an educational course or people keen to develop their professional experience and skills.
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Are you a positive and energetic person, committed to improving lives of young people and experienced in martial art/s? Would you love to facilitate a new youth group?
Do you have a few hours a week to assist our male resident to enjoy his art.
Our Knitting Group has been running for the past 10 years and has proven to be such a success with our residents. Its a place where people can come along and knit, socialise, have a cuppa or even just enjoy the company of others around. Volunteers need a sound knowledge of knitting and the ability to read and work through new knitting patterns.
JCI Illawarra are running a major project to address sustainability and waste in the Illawarra through a series of events surrounding the 10th annual World Clean Up Day on September 15th. We are looking for passionate and driven individuals able to provide their time to work as part of a JCI Illawarra committee to develop and deliver this project.
Concern Australia is seeking a skilled, passionate, driven and friendly individual to volunteer as a Marketing and Communications Assistant to help us raise the profile of Concern Australia’s activities and programs. We are seeking someone with good communication and writing skills, proven IT skills, graphic design skills, experience using website and social media platforms. We are seeking someone who is comfortable working independently with minimal direction.
Volunteering with Youth Frontiers is a great opportunity to make a difference in the life of a young person! Meet other like-minded adults, learn new skills, and contribute to your local community – all while having lots of fun!
Are you interested in Asian artifacts? Would you like to be a tour guide, engage with and show visitors around the exhibition?
This is a great opportunity to engage with the community and assist the hospital to gain insights into their performance with patients.
Trauma Teddy is the cuddly face of Australian Red Cross community Services & Emergency Services. Knitted by Red Cross volunteers all over Australia, these woollen teddies are given freely to children & adults needing comfort or gentle distraction during traumatic events.
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