Love dogs? Would you like to assist with caring for dogs awaiting re-housing? This includes exercising and grooming the dogs, and cleaning. We are looking for an animal care volunteers to help at the Balcatta facility, from 10am - 1.30pm on Wednesday.
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Be actively involved in public fundraising activities, surveys, planning, operations and decision making of committee activities.
Manage and oversee our financial situation and be our link between our operations and paid accountant.
Organise monthly meetings, take minutes and check our email account on a regular basis and respond to queries.
Paws for a Purpose is a new, registered Australian charity with the sole purpose of helping pets and people in need. The charity is also a social enterprise, servicing the community with projects designed to help pets and people. If you are a pet owner, you’ll know that pets are a vitally important part of people’s lives. But for many disadvantaged people, caring for their pet is a daily struggle and we believe everybody should be able to care for their pet. This is where we fit in.
We are in need of a passionate person who can help with the day to day care of our reptiles and amphibians.
Ten Lives are now accepting applications from dynamic fun and engaging volunteers to join the Edu.Cat Team at Ten Lives. As a member of the team you will be provided with training, support and resources to deliver the Edu.Cat STEM Program in the classroom. Edu.Cat is an Australian first, state wide, Feline Education Program designed to create long-term social change in how people care for cats, the environment and members of our community.
DoggieRescue is looking for volunteers to join our team of 'Food and Play' volunteers on a regular day, either weekly, fortnightly or monthly. This role is based at the DoggieRescue shelter (Doggiewood) in Ingleside on the Northern Beaches. Volunteers would need to be over 18 years old.
Furry Friends Animal Rescue Organisation QLD (FFARQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes animal welfare by providing temporary foster homes for homeless pets, adopting them to qualified homes and reducing overpopulation through the desexing of all animals. Furry Friends operates remotely, with animals being carefully placed with volunteer Foster Carers until they are adopted rather than operating a traditional shelter model.
RABBIT RUNAWAY ORPHANAGE is a non-profit organisation and operates as an incorporated association. It is a public charity, run by a volunteer committee under Australian Law, with membership and a small dedicated group of volunteers. The Orphanage receives no government funding and is reliant on donations to prepare the rabbits for rehoming. An opportunity currently exists for suitable applicants to join us as an administration volunteer.
Shelter attendant volunteers are responsible predominantly for the cleaning of rabbit enclosures and maintaining cleanliness at the rabbit orphanage. You will be working in a mainly indoor environment.
The DoggieRescue Customer Service team is an invaluable part of life at the DoggieRescue shelter (Doggiewood). Our Customer Service team welcomes visitors to Doggiewood who may be interested in fostering or adopting a dog, or volunteering to walk or cuddle a dog. DoggieRescue is looking for Customer Service volunteers both at the weekend and during the week (excluding Mondays). Volunteers must be over 18 years old.
Volunteer Sanctuary Assistant will assist with manual and hands on work around the Sanctuary
Volunteer Minor garden and Maintenance Assistant will assist with general lawn and yard maintenance
Volunteer Shop and Customer Service Assistant will assist Shop Coordinator in on-site shop
Volunteer Merchandise and Stock Hand Assistant will assist with the movement of stock to and from the warehouse.
Volunteer Outreach Assistant would assist with setting up and running stall at events
Administration Support Volunteer would support office staff prepare documents and assist with general administration tasks
Daily hands-on involvement with possums, their cages and environment. Sweeping paths, keeping records, moving branches and greenery. Daily tasks opportunity of 2 hrs/day Weekly tasks opportunity 8 hrs /week (can be done over a couple of days
Would you like to enjoy all the benefits of having a dog without the expense or full-time commitment? Would you like to play a vital role in helping a person with vision impairment regain their freedom? If you live in or around Fairfield or Ingleburn, then the Guide Dogs Home Boarding Program might be just the thing for you. Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is looking for expressions of interest from people who can care for a Guide Dog in training in their home for 12 weeks from November to February.
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