Supervise and help students with a disability to participate in their school's café.
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Found 113 volunteer opportunities with Disability Services, in Melbourne%20city
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.
Epilepsy Op Shop, Parkdale is looking for a van driver to pick up and deliver small furniture items / brick-a-brac donated to and purchased from the Epilepsy Foundation. Monday to Friday shifts available. Join the fantastic Epilepsy Foundation retail team to raise funds to support people living with epilepsy.
Epilepsy Op Shop, Beaumaris is looking for a van driver to pick up and deliver small furniture items / brick-a-brac donated to and purchased from the Epilepsy Foundation. Monday to Friday shifts available. Join the fantastic Epilepsy Foundation retail team to raise funds to support people living with epilepsy.
Burke and Beyond provides support for people with disabilities to build independence and participate in the community. We believe that everyone should be responsible for their own life choices. We provide opportunities for young people to stretch their expectations of themselves as they develop practical and meaningful day-to-day skill. We are looking for a variety of volunteers to assist participants to learn, develop and achieve their goals. Multimedia assisting participants to explore creat
Cooking program supporting participants to learn how to cook, explore different culinary foods and cook healthy.
Studio B is looking for someone with experience and knowledge of photography, filming, dance, drama and/ or dancing to assist participants in learning these skills, making their own productions and producing their own films.
Administration assistant needed to assist a small group of participants to learn administration skills, practice reception duties and develop office based skills.
Healthy living and independent living skills developing participants abilities to live independently, learn every day abilities and making healthy choices.
Riding for the Disabled (RDA) in Viewbank depend on passionate volunteers – and they need more! Volunteering with the RDA provides rewarding opportunities to have fun with people with a disability, while handling horses. It is also a great way to meet people, become involved in your community, have fun and make a difference in someone’s life.
Are you a fan of building things out of Lego? Would you like to assist young people to develop their Lego skills, as well as assist them to create meaningful social connections within their local community? Volunteer with Building Connections, a brand new Lego program for young children with a disability and their siblings.
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community
Support this valuable community organisation to identify available grants and funding opportunities. The Grant and Fundraising Coordinator works closely with the Board member responsible for the Aussie Hands grant and fundraising strategy.
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community.
Community based disability organisation is looking for a professional minded person to join our volunteer Committee of Management team with business development skills.
Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability.
Become a Leisure Buddy with a woman with an intellectual disability who enjoys her local park and other shared experiences. Penny has been spending time sharing companionship and outings for many years with her long-term buddy who is retiring from the role. Make a difference in the life of a person with an intellectual disability by building a friendship and helping to reduce her social isolation.
Build a friendship and spend leisure time with a young man with an interest in exploring his local and wider community.
Do you enjoy helping others? A gentleman who has low vision requires a friendly person for an hour per week- morning or afternoon to assist him to read information to him.
Throughout the week Kevin Heinze GROW runs a number of specialist programs in addition to its core horticulture program for participants of All Abilities. The programs include numeracy, literacy, cooking, social skills, physical training, as well as music and art therapy. These programs are generally run as a short session of 1 hour per week. Volunteers with a particular interest in any of these areas could serve to enhance the programs further by offering an extra set of hands to the instructo
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