Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers support disadvantaged people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds with a variety of needs including education, employment, health, well-being, citizenship and legal issues. Referral and Support volunteers assist community members to access appropriate professional services to meet these needs.
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Volunteer urgently required to listen to clients in an empathic, non judgmental and supportive manner, access clients needs and refer where appropriate.
Volunteers are required for a variety of youth programs being run by Fusion Sunshine Coast that include working on the street, work bus, youth event nights, school lunchtime programs and high energy outings.
Court Network is a voluntary service that provides support, non-legal information, and referrals to court users. Court Network prides itself on supporting all people at court with respect and empathy.
Are you a mum who would like to offer telephone support from your own home, for those in need?
Have you experienced having your baby in NICU/SCN and want to give back? Our valuable NurtureTime Volunteers provide peer support, guidance and hope within the premises of approved hospitals, for families that have babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) or Special Care Nursery (SCN).
We conduct Professional Development Training & Well-being Workshops for Educators, Parents, and Others Working with Children by Supporting Teachers and Carers with well-being tools for themselves and provide yoga based well being tools that they can share with the children.
Are you interested in helping others who are living in retirement villages or residential parks, or who are thinking of moving in, to understand the legislation and their rights and responsibilities? This volunteer role will deliver facilitated education and discussion sessions for older Queenslanders in Townsville and surrounds to give them the information and tools they need to make decisions about living in a retirement village or manufactured home park, understand and seek advice.
Answer calls from people in crisis who call Lifeline's 13 11 14 telephone crisis service, ensure their immediate safety and relieve their distress
Are you available on Sunday 24 June to help out at Centennial Park and assist with a fundraising event to raise money for mental health?
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