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Found 10 volunteer opportunities with Wheelchair Access, in Hobart%20city
We are looking for volunteers to help sort incoming donations into beautifully put together bundles of clothing, toys, toiletries for babies and children. These gifts are sent out through a network of social service organisations to families in need right across Tasmania.
We are looking for a volunteer to write, edit and update our website and Facebook content with a view to making our web content more appealing to our audiences, boosting traffic to our website and helping us to broaden our reach in the Hobart community
Love children and have some space in your heart and home to help a young person? Volunteer Foster Carers provide short term, long term, emergency or respite care for children who are unable to live in their own home for a variety of reasons. (C, D)
Are you organised? Do you like working with people? Would you like to volunteer with friendly like-minded people? Would you like to gain practical skill in office management, admin or human resource management?
Bring joy into your home and make a huge difference to the lives of cats and kittens by becoming a foster carer with Ten Lives
If you want to work around horses and are reasonably fit then this could be for you. Our clients are people living with disabilities who want to learn to ride. You can help them to enjoy this activity and contribute to your community. Or you may have office and administration skills and want to join the committee or IT skills and want to assist with maintaining the website.
Do you like fresh air, sunshine (sometimes a little rain) and walking? Do you like horses? Are you interested in helping children and adults with disabilities? Then contact us today and find out how you can get involved and make a difference by becoming a volunteer with Riding for the Disabled Association of Kingborough.
We are in need of someone with a good understanding of Tasmanian secondary education to research and recommend resources that support our current diversity education programs in schools.
Do you like helping people within the community? Are you good with computers and have great interpersonal skills? Sorell Library volunteers contribute to and support the range of programs and services provided by Libraries Tasmania.
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