Looking for a person who is patient, kind, caring and non-judgmental who is interested in helping a person with an disability that may be lonely, vulnerable or at risk. The role may include speaking up, protecting, becoming an ally, mentoring or enabling an individual to reach their potential and become a part of their local community. Hours are flexible.
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Found 8 volunteer opportunities with Mentoring & Advocacy, in Tasmania TAS
Would you like to make a real difference in someone else's life? Do you like looking out for others? Then this role is for you!
Would you like to give back to the community and make a real difference in someone else's life? Can you offer friendship and advocacy to a person with a disability? Do you like looking out for others? Then this role is for you!
Seeking female advocate 30’s – 40’s years old in the Launceston area We are currently seeking a female Citizen Advocate to provide friendship and advocacy support for a woman in the Launceston area. This person should be non-judgemental, laid back, with a sense of humour, and be able to empower another person to know their rights and build their confidence. The ability to navigate complex family situations is essential.
Join the Launceston LINC today as a volunteer Adult Literacy Tutor.
If you have a driving licence you could help! We need people to act as a supervisory driver for disadvantaged learner drivers of all ages.
Citizen Advocacy Launceston Region is looking for a mature male from the Beauty Point/ Beaconsfield area to befriend and spend some time with a man with a disability with similar interests. If you can offer friendship and are willing to make sure someone else's life runs smoothly and their basic human rights are met, then this role is for you.
Do you want to inspire the next generation of young women? Beacon Foundation is now recruiting volunteer mentors for our online mentoring program, MyRoad. As a volunteer mentor, you'll guide mentees through structured modules on transferable work-readiness skills and inspire them to think about different types of jobs and careers. The young women you'll mentor are typically from lower socio-economic areas or remote and regional locations in Years 10 to 12.
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