Seeking male volunteers to talk sport and walk. Generally be good company for our clients who would benefit from greatly from conversations with another male. Community Options hostel in Mt Claremont and Subiaco are seeking male volunteers to visit one-on-one with clients living with mental health issues. We have one client who loves footy (especially West Coast) and cricket, and another who is keen on fishing and walking.
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VisAbility are seeking volunteers to assist clients to undertake a range of woodwork activities. VisAbility will provide training and ongoing support.
We have a fundraising opportunity available for clubs, should you have any members who are interested in volunteering. With over 120km of road to cover, we require an army of marshals on event day to direct participants and spectators. Marshals are our eyes and ears on the ground and assist with directing riders along the course, as well as keeping the course clear of debris and other obstacles.
MSWA’s largest cycling event is back for another year! This unique cycling event takes our amazing participants along the beautiful WA coastline, from Fremantle to Hillarys. All the while raising vital funds and awareness as they take to the streets! Come and join us bright and early on Sunday morning as we send off all our fantastic riders completing the 10km Family Ride, 30km, 50km, 70km, 100km and 120km courses.
Introducing Perth’s and MSWA brand new event, this unique stair-climbing challenge will take place at the iconic RAC Arena.
The Central Park Plunge provides opportunity for participants to abseil 220 metres from Central Park building on St George’s Terrace in Perth between Friday September 13 and Sunday September 15, 2019. The Central Park Plunge aims to raise $350,000 for the Perth Charities.
Daffodil Day is an important day for Cancer Council WA, raising over $350,000 in 2018 and helping us work towards a cancer-free future. Research is the only way to create better outcomes for the one in two Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, and we can't do it alone.
The work of the WA AIDS Council is possible, in no small part, due to our incredibly passionate, dedicated and talented team of volunteers who generously donate their time and skills to fulfil a variety of roles such as those listed below and many more!
Masseur who doesn't mind working with male and female clients in the Hands on Health clinic. This clinic provides support for people who are under privileged.
Participate with fellow volunteers and provide first aid at community events, with St John Event Health Services in Western Australia. Please note, Cadet First Aiders must be 16 or 17 years old and as such parent or guardian permission is required at the time of application.
The role involves face to face collection of funds, this includes street, door to door, business and shopping centres
Solaris Care is seeking a Hand Massage Therapist to assist at their centres.
The School of Medicine is looking for Volunteer Patients for their exams in 2019. The role of the simulated patient is to present as a 'patient' to the students during their clinical examinations. By helping these students you will in turn be helping train the next generation of doctors.
We are looking for volunteers to help run our complementary shuttle bus service for families between our Ronald McDonald Nedlands House and Princess Margaret Hospital.
To represent RMH Perth in the Parent Accommodation Facility and provide support for the families using the facility.
To represent RMH Perth in the Family Resource Centre & Aboriginal Lounge and provide support for the families using the facility.
To represent RMH Perth in the Family Resource Centre & Aboriginal Lounge and provide guides around Perth Children’s Hospital.
Assisting with preparing meals for clients and staff when regular volunteers are away. Looking for volunteer that has availability at least two days per week. This is relief only and volunteering may be irregular throughout the year.
The grand idea behind the GRAND collective is to facilitate regular get-togethers for seniors who dont have family around and families who dont have seniors around. Planned by the participants; assisted by us. Getting generations back together using community organisations. (Getting children and seniors back together having a great time) This would be a wonderful opportunity to volunteer and make a difference as a family.
Do you have the time and personal qualities to join us at Lifeline in providing Crisis Support? Full training and support is provided for this meaningful opportunity.
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