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You will help a blind lady living in Melbourne's CBD with low mobility build her fitness by walking around Chadstone Shopping Centre on an ongoing weekly basis (taxi paid for by lady). First Aid Certificate essential. This lady enjoys talking about science, business and cooking. You will be the one to help her turn her life around!
Come and volunteer with iDareU - grassroots charity moving mountains in people slives!!! We are looking for someone loves doing all things admin and some...and wants to use their skills to give back. Can you spare us 12 - 20 hours per fortnight?
Seeking volunteers interested in looking after one of our very special puppies to assist a blind person to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer means you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for 12 to 15 months – without any of the associated costs – and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
If you like working in a garden setting come and volunteer in our all abilities garden and make new friends while contributing towards what we do.There is a variety of roles that may be available at Kevin Heinze GROW, but generally a volunteer will work alongside our students and participants in a mutually enjoyable way
The City of Boroondara Volunteer transport team are urgently seeking drivers for 1 or more days a week, between 8.30am-5pm. You will assist our elderly and or disabled residents to commute to appointments predominantly in the eastern suburbs but also including major hospitals within the central business district.
Our organisation provides individual and volunteer citizen advocacy, to support people with an intellectual disability. We need Volunteer Citizen Advocates to help empower people with an intellectual disability to have control over decision making and prevent discrimination or social exclusion.
Collection Dog Program We have over 80 small counter top collection dogs (measuring in 30cm height) already out there, and we need help placing more. There are a couple of ways in which you could help us. We are looking for volunteers to either: Collect and swap over existing dogs or source new host locations to place dogs.
If you enjoy crafts and would like to volunteer your time this could be the volunteer opportunity for you. We're seeking volunteers to assist blind and low vision clients with the running of craft projects in a Day Program. Activities include: Knitting, silk scarf painting, leather work, basketry, pottery/ceramics, mosaics etc.
We're seeking Volunteer Drivers to accompany blind or low vision clients to a Dinner Group on the first Monday of each month or the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Our Dinner groups meet at local clubs, hotels and restaurants in and around the northern suburbs and south-eastern suburbs.
We're looking for volunteers to facilitate Telelink discussions or deliver the subject matter via their home telephone or mobile. Telelink is a regular on going telephone based group program that is delivered via teleconference. It provides social and peer support, special interest and recreation activities.
Help us to provide the services that are valued by the people we support, their families and carers. Ongoing support, training and encouragement is provided with our innovative volunteer program, which includes opportunities to work side-by-side with staff in a variety of roles throughout the organisation.
We require individuals who hold a full drivers license and are willing to transport our campers with a disability and their volunteers to various campsites within a 1.5 to 2 hour drive from our departure location in Coburg. The ability or willingness to drive a 12 seater mini bus is essential. Our campers think our bus drivers are the best - so come along and be part of the adventure!
Come have fun with young people whilst learning new skills in the disability field. The volunteer role is to assist with camping and recreation activities on weekends.Volunteers must be over 18years, training and ongoing support is provided.
Do you enjoy the outdoors and want to help others benefit from outdoor activities? People Outdoors require reliable and enthusiastic people to support our clients (children, teenagers and adults) with a disability to participate in outdoor activities on weekend camps.
There are many vision impaired people in Boroondara, Port Phillip, Stonnington, Glen Eira, Monash or Manningham who are socially isolated. If you have some spare time and would like to provide social support- keep reading... We need friendly people who would enjoy social interaction with our clients.
Do you have pattern making, sewing or textile skills? and like the challenge of problem solving and thinking 'outside the box'? We need volunteers to join our team, meeting with a client with disability, helping to identify a solution to their problem (when they can’t find anything commercially suitable). Volunteering is adhoc, depending on the project request for clients.
Build a friendship and spend leisure time with a young man with an interest in exploring his local and wider community.
Build a friendship and spending leisure time with a young woman with an interest in attending local cafes.
Do you have good knowledge of the disability services sector and an understanding of the NDIS? Do you have governance experience? We are looking for organised individuals with demonstrated experience in finance and/or management leadership roles to join our committee.
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