The "Walk for Prems" is our flagship fundraiser for the year. The great success of the walk is due to the generosity of the volunteers that come on board each year to assist. Enjoy a fun day while volunteering at the same time. It is a family event (for families who's babies have been very ill) so a lovely day of celebration and smiles
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Found 5 volunteer opportunities with Family Services, in Australian Capital Territory ACT
Playgroups provide an opportunity for parents and caregivers to interact with their children in a fun and nurturing environment. We are delighted that we are now able to offer a playgroup to children and their carers in the Tuggeranong area through our Community Centre in Gordon. We would love some enthusiastic volunteers to help support this program and support local families.
Sanctuary Aus seeks the support of volunteer BBQ hands to raise funding to support Canberra’s most vulnerable children and families. BBQs are held each fortnight, on the first and third Thursday of the month and we usually have a lot of fun together. Any help would be thoroughly appreciated.
The Admin and Client Database worker is a vital role in Sanctuary Aus' community: recording the details of all of our client families, our volunteers and partner agencies to ensure we provide the best services possible for our community. The database also forms the base for our therapists to record, plan and review their work with our clients,
Have you had a 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). Our in-hospital parent support sessions operate within NICU’s around Australia.
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