We are seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to contribute their time to help us with weeding the gardens of the Azure Village and occasionally the broader Marymead premises. Azure Village is an important contributor in ensuring that Marymead’s services are sustainable, enabling us to contribute to creating a strong community in Canberra and surrounding NSW regions. Volunteers will enjoy working within a friendly environment and will be supported by our dynamic, supportive and reliable staff who
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Help us maintain the preschool grounds where we run fun playgroups, therapeutic support groups and events for clients experiencing anxiety and depression. We are seeking an enthusiastic groundsperson to mow the preschool lawn once every three weeks for approximately two hours.
As a Recreational and Leisure Champion you will use your skills and expertise to create a creative and fun program for Queanbeyan Day Club members. Join us to increase the health and well being of people over the age of 65.
The Gardening Expert will lead the project of establishing a robust community garden using the garden beds at the Monash Day Club located in the Goodwin Retirement Living Village at Monash. If you have a certain skill set, join our team of our Monash Day Club today!
Goodwin greatly values the goodwill of volunteers, to enrich lives, provide greater interaction and allow us to provide broader care services. So, if you have time to give, we are flexible and willing to take any help you can offer. If you want to share passions and make a real difference to people’s lives, please get in touch.
Help us keep our beautiful property and facilities in top shape. Help us transport program participants to and from Namadgi National Park.
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