Connect Health & Community provides transport assistance to people who are unable to use private or public transport and have no relative or friend who can take them to appointments.
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Do you love Horses? Would you like to assist us as we provide invaluable activities for people with a disability. You will be working with our horses, helping to lead or support riders in a lesson.
Have a couple of hours to spare on the 24 December or 1 January? Here’s a fun way to help The Salvation Army raise funds to support your local community. Bring your smile and energy to the famous Sausage Sizzle fundraiser at Bunnings Collingwood, where all proceeds go to The Salvation Army.
Volunteer Kitchen Hand needed to assist with meal preparation. Set up and clean up. Socialise with guests.
Are you passionate about assisting people who are homeless have access to good food this Christmas?
Providing safe and courteous vehicle transportation of people who are socially isolated or transport disadvantaged and have no access to other means of transport.
A Kitchen Assistant is required to help with food preparation, food serving and cleaning, and other kitchen jobs as they arise. Currently the centre needs a Kitchen Assistant on Thursday and Friday mornings for approximately five hours. Volunteers must be moderately fit.
A Grafton-based disability service is seeking the assistance of volunteers to assist with activities program for adults with disabilities and young people with special needs transitioning from school to work.
Individuals to assist in multicultural seniors day centre in Bull Creek.
Volunteers who love Driving and prepared to give one or two days a week are URGENTLY needed by Community Flyer. Community Flyers make travel easy for the transport disadvantaged and provide freedom to the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Companion volunteers provide one on one social support and companionship to Activ customers – adults living with disability. If you have just 2 hours to spare each week or fortnight, you could be enhancing the life of one of our customers with activities such as going for a coffee, visits to the park or visits to the cinema.
The Long Table Christmas Dinner on November 29 is hosted by the National Hotel and Fremantle. It is a night of food, wine and entertainment.
People Who Care’s Leisure Centres offer safe, encouraging spaces for our clients to socialise and enjoy a range of activities on a regular basis. People Who Care’s Leisure Centres are a wonderful service we offer our clients. The Centre Based Day Care (CBDC) delivers a variety of programs for our elderly clients and celebrating events like birthdays, Melbourne Cup and of course Christmas celebrations.
A variety of duties are available in our fundraising Cafe. A friendly personality is required. You would be serving the people who visit at Hopewell, making beverages and meal preparation. Cash register and EFTPOS experience required. Assisting with food preparation and meals under the direction of the Catering Manager. The Cafe is open from 9am - 4 pm Monday - Friday Morning and Afternoon shifts are available
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.
Help serve tea and coffee for the benefit or residents and their families. Help set up and pack up. Help serve residents and family members. Facilitate conversation, singing or reminiscing and providing companionship. ***This opportunity comes to you via Volunteering Central Coast. Please ring 4329 7122 to make a booking for a telephone or face-to-face interview so we can refer you for this role or visit Volunteering Central Coast website and submit your interest.***
Does your latte art make people swoon? Do you have a desire to give young people a helping hand by teaching them coffee making skills?
Looking for something fun to do whilst making a positive community contribution? Interchange Volunteers help provide fun and positive experiences for children with disabilities by assisting them to participate in a range of social and recreational opportunities in their community.
Do you have what it takes to be a positive role model and enhance the life of a young person with a disability? Big Buddy’s assist young people with disabilities to participate in a range of social and recreational opportunities in their community for either a couple of hours or a full day experience.
Would you like to make a positive difference in the life of a child with disability? Host families and individuals provide many wonderful experiences and opportunities by opening their homes to children for day or overnight stays.
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