A Relief Kitchen Volunteer is needed at Hawthorn House. The volunteer would need to be there from 9:30am to 1pm on days when they are needed to help prepare morning tea and lunch for Club members.
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Found 55 volunteer opportunities with Disability Services, in Western Australia WA
Volunteer will be assisting Community Support Worked with clients who have an intellectual or physical disabilities to build on independent living skills. If you have compassion and empathy and a willingness to show understanding in assisting people with disability, this is the role for you.
Working in Activ’s Albany Thrift Shop you will be responsible for sorting and displaying merchandise, overseeing purchases and working with our Activ Customers who also volunteer in the Thrift Shop. Afternoon shifts on Thursdays and Fridays (12 pm – 3.30 pm) and Saturday morning are currently available.
Would you like to work on a range of tasks ordering and maintaining the specialist toys and resources in a friendly library environment?
Feeding, grooming & tacking up horses, maintaining equipment, general maintenance work and other duties.
Volunteer required to drive elderly people and people with disabilities on outings.
To provide assistance to the Directions administration with maintenance of their fleet vehicles.
Directions Disability Support Services has our main office building surrounded by a lovely garden in Maddington. It would be wonderful if we could find a Volunteer or Volunteers who would like to help us in maintaining the garden.
Citizen Advocacy is seeking people based in Perth who want to make a difference in the of someone with intellectual disability. As an advocate you will be well placed to assist in community inclusion, social acceptance and empowering the person with intellectual disability.
Citizen Advocacy is seeking caring community members in the Perth area to be a friend and mentor to a person with intellectual disability. Each role is one-to-one, flexible and unique.
Citizen Advocacy is seeking crisis advocates to assist with short-term advocacy roles addressing unforeseen or urgent issues in the life of a person with intellectual disability. No specific qualifications are required, just confidence and a passion for social justice.
This creative person will develop and lead the fundraising program. The goal is to build ongoing, reliable sources of income to support the charity’s goals for delivering community services.
Cahoots Connects Shopping Delivery Service is looking for some fantastic volunteers to join the team!
As a non-profit, non-government funded organisation, Guide Dogs WA relies on vital funding from the community to raise and train Guide Dogs. Community Events Volunteers play a vital role in our fundraising program by representing Guide Dogs WA at community events to raise awareness and much needed funds for the organisation. Some examples of community events may include school fairs, community festivals and weekend markets.
Intellectual Disability Rights Service is looking for someone to help upload their existing training to online modules.
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