Do you enjoy mixing with people? Can offer a minimum of half a day per week The funds you help raise go directly to support people with MS. * Do you enjoy working as part of a team? * Are you friendly and helpful and enjoy meeting people? * Would you be satisfied knowing your time and efforts helped raise much needed funds to provide services to people with MS, their families and carers?
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The Handyperson Volunteer requires to have basic carpentry skills and/or garden maintenance skills. The volunteer assists with the upkeep of our Family Service properties and units for vulnerable individuals.
Our Delivery Volunteers facilitate the supply of meals to Vinnies Special Works Homelessness Programs by transporting from the supply point to the distribution location/s. These meals provide basic support to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. At services such as Blue Door the meals also act as a “handshake” facilitating deeper engagement and a “hand up” to our service users. These roles are required for Mondays to Fridays, from 8.30 to 10.30am each day.
Are you a great role model for 6-9 year old girls in your community? Seeking a fun weekly volunteer opportunity to learn new indoor and outdoor skills? Want to build on your leadership abilities? Seeking experience with groups of kids and collaborating with other women? Looking to use your skills and experience to make a difference to young people? Then Girl Guides is for you!
CS#1 is looking for volunteers who enjoy walking, singing or playing the ukulele to assist those in our community to maintain an active social life through regular social outings and activities to promote wellbeing and social harmony within our community. The activities are held Monday through to Friday at various times. Volunteers assist the Support Workers, with group activities by providing a welcoming, nurturing environment.
Mentoring Men has available positions for Men seeking support (Mentees). You will have the opportunity to be provided with Free support and life guidance from a male mentor and be a part of our organisation's efforts to encourage men throughout Australia to embrace their mental health support. All men regardless of their background or beliefs are welcome to apply for our program. PLEASE NOTE: This position is for men seeking support.
Mentoring Men has available Volunteer positions for Men to be professionally trained to support other Men in our community. You will have the opportunity to support and guide other men and be a part of our organisation's mission to support men in their life journey. All men regardless of their background or beliefs are welcome to apply for our program.
We are currently seeking an experienced individual to assist the club with general book keeping and accounts management. The Club Treasurer will be responsible for managing the club accounts, transactions and paying the bills.
Applications for volunteering with Special Olympics as a Club Leadership Team - Chair in Canberra The Club Chair provides effective leadership and guidance to ensure the club is able to deliver on its development objectives. Specifically this includes improving community awareness of the SOA brand, developing long term relationships with sporting organisations within the jurisdiction whilst also coordinating and facilitating fundraising opportunities.
We are seeking friendly, welcoming volunteers with a passion for helping others. You will be the face of UnitingCare Kippax and the first point of contact for people accessing our premises.
Would you like to join a dynamic team of young and fun individuals making a real contribution to Marymead? Would you like to meet new people and be involved in fundraising?
Vinnies has hundreds of Retail Centres Australia wide. Revenue raised from the Retail Centres allows for the continuation of vital services Vinnies runs across the country. Our Tuggeranong Centre is looking for some volunteers for Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Vinnies Thread Together program is a shop front aimed at making a difference in the lives of vulnerable people in our community by providing free clothing. Thread Together (Retail Assistant) Volunteer helps with creating a comfortable place for people to access clothing and support. The Volunteer will be working from our new and exciting shop front in Phillip. Our Thread Together Coordinator will supervise the Volunteer and provide on-the-job training, ongoing support and development.
Share your personal lived experience of a mental illness or as a carer to address stigma and educate our community on mental health and wellbeing.
Being a Community Official is a great way to get involved in tennis at the grassroots level. They volunteer their time to assist tournaments and competitions by monitoring a number of courts during play, which helps to create a smooth running event. They also play a role in assisting and educating players, parents and coaches. As you progress through the Community Officiating pathway further opportunities to engage in paid officiating roles become available.
Make a difference in the lives of our aged care residents. Help our staff and volunteers take the residents to the club for lunch, the gallery for an exhibition, to the hall for a concert. Get to know the residents as they have fun exploring Canberra and enjoying its many events, exhibitions, food venues.
Coordinate and manage the Better Hearing Australia, ACT (BHA) communications and digital media presence.
Would you like to work one on one with a migrant or refugee to help them with their language and cultural needs? Our volunteers help people to become more independent and to learn how to communicate in the English language.
Any volunteer mechanics who would like to help us fix cars and train disadvantaged people in the skills to maintain a car would be appreciated. We have a car program where our program participants earn the chance to buy a fixed up car so they can undertake meaningful employment in the future.
Legal adviser to provide legal advice to a NFP transitioning from a voluntary, self-help, charity operation to a modern commercialised NFP business model. Central to the transition is the shift of focus from member services to delivery of products and services to selected partners and the wider community.
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