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FREE THE BEARS is an international wildlife conservation and animal welfare organization. Since Perth grandmother, Mary Hutton, registered the fund in 1995, Free the Bears has grown into the world’s foremost bear rescue and protection organisation. We work with local communities and governments in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and India to save three of the worlds least-known bear species - sun bears, moon bears (asiatic black bears) and sloth bears - from misery, torture and the threat of extinction
This role involves preparing newspapers for broadcast by readers.
The Salvation Army’s Schools Program provides opportunities for students to learn about the work and mission of The Salvation Army through a range of programs suitable for primary and high schools students. Programs and activities include Beyond the Classroom, Couch Wars Sleepout, Health and Wellbeing expos, Homelessness Person’s Week, Anti-Poverty Week and Mental Health Awareness events.
Publicist for Australian Women's Sport Network (WSN) needed. Primary role to increase brand awareness and introduce what we do to a wider audience.
Help ReachOut make its resources the best it can be for parents across Australia. Be the first to see new content, give feedback, and help us shape our service.
Join ReachOut's Content Squad and be the first to see our new content and get the opportunity to give us feedback!
The Orangutan Project (TOP) is a dynamic, fast-growing not-for-profit organisation that works to protect and save orangutans from extinction. Our activities have positive flow-on effects that protect other endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger, elephant and rhino, as well as indigenous communities in the remaining rainforest of Borneo and Sumatra.
We are seeking an individual to assist with lifting the profile of Vinnies in the community. The volunteer will be responsible for brainstorming ideas to achieve this task and coordinating the implementation of these ideas where applicable.
We need volunteers to keep us going and to support the amazing work we do in raising awareness about conservation issues, empowering those less fortunate than ourselves to find solutions. Your contribution can be in any form, tailored to your skillset and interests. All locations within Australia (and abroad) are accepted. Email our National Director for Australia- Elliot Connor- for more details, or sign up directly via the Join Us link on our website.
The WOMEN'S SPORT NETWORK is a not for profit delivering Women's Sports News, promoting female athletes and positive messaging around women in sports. We are always in desperate need for content contribution for our women's sports website. We are looking for anyone who can report on their local women's sports (we promote all sports) and would be willing to write a story on this.
Paws for a Purpose is a new, registered Australian charity with the sole purpose of helping pets and people in need. The charity is also a social enterprise, servicing the community with projects designed to help pets and people. If you are a pet owner, you’ll know that pets are a vitally important part of people’s lives. But for many disadvantaged people, caring for their pet is a daily struggle and we believe everybody should be able to care for their pet. This is where we fit in.
Want to develop your video animation skills? We are looking for someone who has experience using Powtoons to create engaging, fun and action-packed video content for marketing campaigns and social channels.
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