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Found 22 volunteer opportunities with Younger volunteers, aged 14-18, in Melbourne%20city
Are you looking to get involved by volunteering with a local community focused not-for-profit? Join a friendly and welcoming team made of volunteers and members at this Toy Library. We are a registered charity committed to supporting children’s development through play located close to Ashburton Village. We are looking for someone to cover our Saturday openings.
We need assistance to distribute our Term 3 program of educational and recreational programs. Delivering information directly to houses and apartments is the best way we can ensure we are reaching isolated people in our community. During COVID-19 our outreach program is vital, and it includes making sure everyone knows about our services and activities.
An organisation supporting the disadvantaged in our community requires volunteers for retail and administraion roles. No experience necessary - training in all roles provided. Centrelink approved for those on the pension or benefits. Secondary students aged 14 and over welcome.
Love the Outdoors? Do you have or want to develop your practical conservation skills? Want to meet people in the industry?
Sacred Heart Mission is looking for volunteers to assist in its Chapel Street store (near the Prahran Market). A great chance to get some retail experience, get involved with the Mission, or support the local community.
Sacred Heart Mission is looking for volunteers to assist in it's Preston store. A great chance to get some retail experience, get involved with the Mission, or support the local community.
City of Stonnington Youth Services is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to become members of our youth committees. We have spaces available in our FReeZA Committee and our Expressions Committee.
Support young people aged 5 - 7 to develop skills for life. Joey Scouts learn how to share and care, and help other people. With a focus on the environment and friendship.
If you love being in the outdoors then you will love us! We are looking for volunteers who enjoy the great outdoors and want to use or develop their practical skills in conservation. We offer projects Monday to Friday every week that include a range of different experiences.
Riding for the Disabled (RDA) in Viewbank depend on passionate volunteers – and they need more! Volunteering with the RDA provides rewarding opportunities to have fun with people with a disability, while handling horses. It is also a great way to meet people, become involved in your community, have fun and make a difference in someone’s life.
The volunteer tutor provides educational support after school hours to students who attend local secondary schools in City of Whittlesea. Whittlesea Community Connections is a Child Safe organisation and all volunteers will be required to under go a Working with Children Check and a National Police Check.
We are seeking a couple of volunteers to assist in setting up on the day before and packing away after our Quarterly Fundraising Book Sales in the Phyllis Hore Room at Kew Library. Sales for this year will be held on the 16th February, 17th May, 16th August and 22nd November.
If you enjoy having your own operating space, greeting and serving customers, then this is the position for you. If you are a young person wanting to gain some hospitality experience and references, or someone experienced who is looking for some social contact in a fun, safe and inclusive environment then we would like to speak to you. Currently, the food for sale is usually hot dogs, dim sims and pies and pasties. Cash handling is also required of the position and support will be provided.
Volunteers needed for monthly working bees in nature reserves across Montmorency. Work close to nature with friendly, like- minded people dedicated to protecting our remnant bushlands, through restoring indigenous vegetation to nature reserves. Opportunities for nature photography, plant IDing, bird watching, sugar glider spotting, community stalls and an annual excursion depending on the interests of members.
Assisting Toy Library Session co-ordinator with Toy Library borrowing sessions to ensure the smooth running of the library.
Have some fun whilst sorting and checking donated items - being able to make up special packs for vulnerable children/families in our community.
Help deliver our Neighbourhood Centre's local newspaper. There are generally around 200 papers to deliver in each round, all within the one postcode area, six times a year. You will be notified when your bundle is ready and you can pick it up from our Neighbourhood Centre during office hours.
Are you a super hero that would be able to save kids from boredom and parents from tantrums? Join a tight-knit community of volunteers and members who are committed to improving the Kew Toy Library as a Toy Library Assistant.
Seeking friendly volunteers with an eye for detail to help staff our busy borrowing sessions, process new toys for borrowing, and tidy and organise our vibrant, growing toy library. Go home from your weekly shift smiling and knowing that you have made a difference to families in your local community.
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