Do you love babies? If you do, we have the perfect volunteer role for you! The Multiple Birth Volunteer Support are looking for volunteers to support a mum and her family, who have just had triplets, new to Melbourne living in Tarneit. Please note, due to current Coronavirus restrictions in place, we are placing all potential volunteers on a waiting list.
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Found 17 volunteer opportunities with Family Services, in Victoria VIC
Our organisation is made up of passionate volunteers and staff who work to assist our members who are coping with enormous grief. We need a Treasurer to join the team to hep direct the organisation.
Do you think you could write a grant application? Think about awesome new ways to bring in some income? We want to hear from you!
The Life’s Little Treasures Foundation is Australia’s leading charity dedicated to providing support, friendship and information, specifically tailored for families of children born premature or sick. We are seeking Peer Support Volunteers to spend time with families with premature babies.
Caregiver to provide respite to families with a child or a young person with a mild disability
Do you love babies and want to help improve the lives of multiple birth families? Multiple Birth Volunteer Support (MBVS) are seeking volunteers to help improve the lives of multiple birth families. You will assist by providing practical hands-on help for families with newborn twins, triplets or more.
We are looking for enthusiastic people to become working party members of our Committee of Management.
Mentoring Mums is a NAPCAN (National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) award winning volunteer program where trained volunteers are matched with a mum with a baby up to 12 months of age. The volunteer develops a trusting relationship with the new mother, by visiting her in her own home, offing supportive conversation about early parenting, listening to her challenges and highlighting her strengths.
There are numerous roles on offer to be performed to support our agency. (listed below). We are happy to work with the individual to find a position in the warehouse to suit their skill set and experience. We are also happy for Volunteers to drop in to work a 2 hour shift and then sign out and leave... or work another 2 hours, what ever works. There is no structure or formal time commitment.
We are seeking volunteers to work in a friendly and welcoming, community building space, to greet customers, serve food/drinks ordered to tables, clear used dishes from tables and provide counter service.
We are seeking volunteers to manage the dishwasher. You would be responsible for preparing dishes, ensuring they are thoroughly rinsed before loading the dishwasher and also to assist the food preparation volunteer with preparation of food or drinks as required.
We are seeking volunteers to assist with preparing and presenting food as per docket orders in a consistent and timely manner and to also assist with additional jobs as requested.
Our Clifton Respite Cottage (CRC) provides respite to four CALD communities: Italian, Chinese, Macedonian and Vietnamese living in the Northern metropolitan region of Melbourne. The program is targeted towards the primary carers of frail CALD older people aged 65 years and over, including people with dementia and challenging behaviours, who are experiencing difficulty in maintaining or securing employment because of a lack of suitable day respite care options.
Seeking friendly volunteers with an eye for detail to help staff our busy borrowing sessions, process new toys for borrowing, and tidy and organise our vibrant, growing toy library. Go home from your weekly shift smiling and knowing that you have made a difference to families in your local community.
Do you have a genuine interest in the well-being of young people? Family Access Network are seeking compassionate and dedicated Volunteer Mentors to act as a neutral and consistent role model and provide friendship and support (on a one to one basis) to a young person between the ages of 15-25 years.
Would you like to make a difference to a young family's life? We have local families in the city of Monash who need a volunteer to come to their home once a week for company and some practical support. You could be assisting with feeding and settling babies, playing with toddlers and being a support through listening and companionship.
Diverse Communities and Social Services (DCSS) Australia is a Not-for-Profit Community Justice and Social Support Services, Volunteer-led Organisation throughout Australia. Diverse Communities and Social Services (DCSS) Australia is the only LGBTIQA+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, Diversity and Inclusion focused organisation which delivers a dual-accredited Not-for-Profit Community Justice Program operating across Australia.
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