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Military, Fed Police and National Security Veterans Needed on 26 July.

  • Location: Holsworthy NSW
  • Category: Community Services

Working in small teams, the Serving On volunteering program gives contemporary veterans the skills, opportunities and support to continue to serve through purposeful work and impactful projects in the community, for the community. Open to current or former ADF personnel, Federal police or National Security personnel.

Grant writer

  • Location: Victoria VIC
  • Category: Health

This volunteer position plays a key role in The Water Well Project’s Committee. The role is responsible for seeking grant and other funding opportunities, drafting grant applications and liaising with funding partners as required. The grant writer will work very closely with The Water Well Project’s Treasurer and Board, as well as interstate coordinators. The position would suit anyone with an interest in refugee and asylum seeker health with strong oral and written communication skills.

Female Volunteer Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders Cultural Yarning Group

  • Location: Menai NSW
  • Category: Indigenous Australians

We are looking for a female volunteer to support the group participants during their transportation between Menai and Arncliffe, assist the group facilitator in the running of the group, and help facilitate cultural activities and learning circles. This is an Equal Opportunity exempt position as it is for a women's support group and being female is a requirement. The role would suit someone who lives close to the Menai area.

UNIITING AGEWELL - NEWNHAM

  • Location: Newnham TAS
  • Category: Community Services

Uniting AgeWell is a vibrant organisation and a leading provider of quality aged services in Victoria and Tasmania. Continuing the long history of the Uniting Church in supporting older people, Uniting AgeWell is a values based organisation which provides residential and retirement living, and a range of community aged services. We are committed to high quality care and providing creative options for residents and clients by building on the individual’s strengths, goals and aspirations

Sponsorship Liaison Officer

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Homeless

Signal Flare is a not for profit charity that supports the homeless and anyone who is living in financial hardship in the greater Brisbane area. We are seeing a passionate and talented person to manage and grow our business and corporate sponsorship base. Reporting to the Managing Director, this is a great opportunity for someone looking to assist a worthwhile cause. Career progression within the organisation exists.

Marketing and Media Engagement Officer

  • Location: Anywhere
  • Category: Homeless

We are looking for a talented person to manage all aspects of marketing and media for our events on a quarterly basis. This includes marketing of Signal Flare and our events, the copy writing of print and online media, including the graphic design elements. Reporting to the Managing Director, this is a great opportunity for someone looking to assist a worthwhile cause. Progression within the organisation exists.

Primary School - Arts, craft or good old fashioned knitting and crochet

  • Location: Dayton WA
  • Category: Education & Training

Are you interested in supporting young students with those life enriching arts and craft skills. As a support for the teaching staff you will be introducing the students to a range of skills outside their core reading, writing and maths. Bring along whatever you have a passion or interest in that will add to the richness of experiences and education we want to provide to our students. You will be fully supported by the School Chaplain/Counsellor and staff

Bring smiles to patients with creative art experiences

  • Location: Randwick NSW
  • Category: Seniors & Aged Care

On Wednesdays a small team of volunteers facilitate art and craft / creative activities for patients on the Aged Care Rehabilitation ward at Prince of Wales Hospital. Activities are undertaken either in a group or 1:1 at the bedside. Volunteers find they enjoy and benefit from their interactions with the patients, as much as the patients themselves.

Seeing Eye Dogs Administration Volunteer

  • Location: Kensington VIC
  • Category: Other

We are looking for a volunteer to work in our unique SEDA office. Skills required are general office and typing: a high level of computer skills using email and Miscrosoft office suite including word and excel. A high level of customer service with excellent attention to detail and the ability to interact and communicate with others. The ability to work in a team environment and independently when required, and happy to be around large dogs.