To provide complementary therapy to cancer patients and their primary carer. Examples include Arrt Therapy, Yoga and Acupuncture. Solaris is open to most complimentary therapies.
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Are you well-versed in NSW transport and health systems and passionate about assisting people from diverse ethnic backgrounds?
Greet visitors and clients and assist with their enquiries by providing support and information on services provided. Assist with the day to day tasks within the centre such as tidying up, changing linens and basic administration.
Join our team of volunteers for Endure for a Cure 2019! This is a 12-hour close-circuit cycling challenge to raise money for our research and get us one pedal closer to curing childhood cancer. Teams of six will take on the 4 km Gardner GP Circuit, competing to complete as many laps as possible in 12 hours and gain the highest amount of fundraising.
Volunteers required to support the work of the foundation in fundraising and events management.
We are looking for reliable and committed volunteers in various roles with complementary care (massage, kinesiology, EFT, foot reflexology, facial reflexology, access bars, cranial sacral massage, chill out hand & foot massage, reiki, aromatherapy and beauty therapy) to assist people experiencing a life limiting illness.
Opportunity to provide satisfying, meaningful and creative contribution to clients with a life limiting illness and their families.
Working in our Wellbeing Service offers an opportunity for qualified beauty therapists, to give back to their local community.
The community visiting volunteer provides support for clients and respite for the carer/family who is living at home with a life-limiting illness.
Can you spare 1 - 2 days a week in an office, helping a small Not-For-Profit organisation? Enjoy the benefits of working in small friendly office environment.
Come and volunteer with your friends for this fun event which raises much needed funds for people living with dementia.
Come and volunteer on Saturday 4th May 2019 and join hundreds of women and men on a special journey to celebrate the women who are going through, survived or no longer with us because of cancer. Show your support and be part of this wonderful event where people walk through the streets of Perth, raising funds for cancer research.
A volunteer is required to take on the role of President for the St George Cancer Support Group in Kogarah, NSW.
We provide support for sufferers of ALL types of cancer. The St George Cancer Support Group was founded in 1981 to support Cancer patients, their partners, friends and relatives. We aim to provide support to cancer patients and their carers through the initial distress of their diagnosis, emotional comfort during their treatment, and to support them in any way we can for as long as needed.
Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability amongst adults. There are approximately 56,000 new and recurrent strokes each year in Australia with one occurring every 9 minutes. Stroke affects people of all ages but predominantly occurs in the elderly. There are almost 475,000 people living after stroke in Australia. Despite public misperception, there are proven treatments for stroke prevention and recovery.
In Australia, a stroke occurs every 9 minutes. That’s more than 56,000 strokes every year across people of all ages… and the impacts last a lifetime. But did you know stroke can be prevented? The Stroke Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation that works with stroke survivors, carers, health professionals, government and the public to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community.
Provide quality emergency care. Need to be 18yrs and over. The Cadet program does not exist in Albany.
This volunteer position plays a key role in The Water Well Project’s Management Committee. The role is responsible for recruiting, supporting and managing volunteers of The Water Well Project.
The Water Well Project is a not-for-profit health promotion organisation that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers by improving health literacy. The human resources officer would be a key position on the committee involved in the recruitment and induction of committee volunteers as part of our growing organisation.
LBL Philanthropy is an unincorporated association aiming to help people suffering from mental illness and/or living in poverty. We are seeking an experienced and proactive English teacher and occupation therapist or special education to teach remotely online regards of where you live.
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