The Intensive Family Support Services team at Logan UnitingCare is looking for compassionate and positive volunteers to make a positive impact on the lives of vulnerable young people and their families. Our “Youth Mentor” volunteers develop stable, nurturing and supportive relationships with youth to enable the provision of practical and emotional assistance to ensure young people feel heard, supported and accepted.
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Are you a parent or grandparent with spare time and compassion to share with vulnerable families? The Intensive Family Support Services team at Logan UnitingCare is looking for caring and empathetic people to volunteer alongside vulnerable families, providing practical and emotional assistance to support them in enhancing child and family wellbeing; building stronger parent/child attachments; developing skills; and growing community participation.
If you enjoy driving, are super organised and passionate about supporting people this could be a great role for you! The Intensive Family Support Services team at Logan UnitingCare is looking for reliable, empathetic and calm volunteers to support families in Logan with transport.
Volunteer Children's Support Workers facilitate supervised parenting time with child/ren, youth and the parent they do not live with, and assist with changeovers for child/ren between the parent the child/ren live with and the parent children spend time with.
Our Parkview aged care community at Chermside is looking for Palliative Support Volunteers to assist residents, families and staff in providing ongoing individual support during end of life care.
We are looking for energetic volunteers to join our BRISBANE Street Outreach Service team and to engage, encourage and empower service users or individuals at risk of homelessness through the provision of a mobile support, referral and educational services in which those who engage our services feel supported by our Outreach program.
Family Support Volunteers visit families needing support, encouragement and information to enable them to better understand their children's developmental needs, respond more appropriately to challenging behaviours and to enhance the self-esteem of parents and their children. Family Support Volunteers provide practical help and emotional support through the development of a supportive relationship.
Would you like to make a difference in the community supporting young children and their families experiencing difficulties? Our service can provide you with ongoing training and supervision allowing you to confidently support families in their home.
Help families to flourish! Do you like to help others? Do you have a bright and cheerful disposition? We are seeking volunteer 'Friends of the Family' who are keen to support families to live life in all its fullness!
We are looking for energetic volunteers to join our BRISBANE Street Outreach Service team and to engage, encourage and empower Service Users through the provision of a mobile support, referral and educational services in which those who engage our services feel supported by our Outreach program.
Wesley Mission Queensland is currently seeking expressions of interest from people looking to give a helping hand to people in need as a volunteer within our Emergency Relief Service.
Are you empathetic and intuitive? Are you well organised? Can you lead a team? Group61 Area Coordinators coordinate and support their Befrienders to support some of our most vulnerable community members. Our Area Coordinators meet, match and provide ongoing support to all the G61 Friends and Befrienders in their region. They maintain data and actively support the promotion of the program throughout their region.
Exciting professional opportunity to volunteer for an internationally renowned charity in a specialised role. The YMCA School-Based Mentoring Program provides volunteers with valuable experience supporting highly at risk young people who are experiencing behavioural, social and mental health problems. The program coordinators and supporting staff will provide supervision and ongoing professional development.
Exciting professional opportunity to volunteer for an internationally renowned charity in a specialised role. The YMCA School-Based Youth Program Support role provides volunteers with valuable experience supporting highly at risk young people who are experiencing behavioural, social and mental health problems. The program coordinators and school staff will provide supervision and ongoing professional development.
The aim of the project is to reconnect Aboriginal and Torres strait islander with their communities and family members. The community visitors service program also creates a safe, inclusive space whilst reducing the risk of social isolation and loneliness.
We are seeking social visiting volunteers for our senior participants
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