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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We are looking for someone with writing/journalism background to source and write articles ( 500 - 1000 words) on topics relevant to sustainable gardening including on native Australian/indigenous foods. These could be based on interviewing experts in the area (e.g. horticulturalists, chefs). It is important that you also have an interest and/or experience in either horticulture or gardening using organic or permaculture approaches.
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.
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 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.
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.
We are seeking an enthusiastic person with great organisational skills to assist the CEO with the day to day tasks of the charity. Tasks/activities of the position include: • Assisting with preparation of reports and other documentation • Developing and maintaining spreadsheets/databases • Writing and updating procedures for administration and support team • Assisting with background research • Assisting the fundraising team to contact donors • Travel planning and reporting • Admin dutie
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.
Sustainable Gardening Australia has a database of over 1000 products used in gardening. The database records the impacts of the chemicals in the products and their safety for humans and the environment and gives them a rating on a 6-star basis. The products need to be re-examined by looking at the manufacturers' information and the Material Safety Data sheets, registering the impacts on humans, wildlife and waterways and entering the information into a database.
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.
Sustainable Gardening Australia maintains a database of over 1000 products used in gardens. It records the impacts on humans, wildlife and waterways once the information is entered into a database. We are looking for someone to research and record natural methods of garden pest and weed control and enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet.
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.
We are seeking volunteers who love getting out, doing things and chatting. Support our program by assisting people with a disability to be involved in activities in the community. You will visit various locations according to the chosen outing. It's a great way to be involved!
Loves working with children Want to help all children with an equal opportunity to participate and learn Interested in children with additional needs Supports educators as directed
You can make a difference in someone else’s life simply by spending time with them. Visiting people with disabilities who are under the age of 65, who live an their own home. A home visitor is a volunteer who is matched with the recipient and visits them regularly. So if you have a calm personality, travelled, can read, and you can bring a bigger world and different perspective to the people you will visit please contact us today. A good sense of humour also helps. Police Clearance required.
Orange Sky Australia is seeking a motivated and passionate person to help manage our laundry/shower service in Perth South. 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!
Would you like to offer your time supporting volunteer Mental Health Befrienders as they support some of our most vulnerable community members?
Group61 is a mental health befriending program that connects members of our community with volunteers with the aim of reducing social isolation. Group61 is currently seeking volunteers who are interested in supporting and coordinating teams of our Befriender volunteers.
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