CanTeen's iconic fundraising event National Bandanna Day (NBD) is celebrating its 25th year! Once again, we are looking for passionate volunteers for our street sales on Friday 25th October. Join us as we hit the streets to raise much needed funds to help support young people living with cancer.
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Be part of Victoria's largest and most iconic annual community event! Event volunteers are required for various fun and fulfilling positions across the Show. As your placement may vary depending on the demands, your adaptability and flexibility are as important as your people skills.
RESULTS is looking for community members to take action on global justice issues in Melbourne. The primary outlet for taking action right now will be monthly in-person relational meetings where participants will learn about the issues and take action together. There is opportunity for growth and greater involvement too.
Travellers Aid Australia, along with the MCC are conducting a Transfer Buggy Service to assist patrons of the MCG who have difficulty making their way from Richmond station, Jolimont Station and the William Barack foot bridge to the MCG to watch their team play. Volunteers are required for event days.
Timekeeping for a swimming competition hosted by Melbourne Inner East Club. Volunteers will be provided with all equipment and training required to complete the job. Parking and Tea/Coffee will be provided
The "Walk for Prems" is our flagship fundraiser for the year. The great success of the walk is due to the generosity of the volunteers that come on board each year to assist. Enjoy a fun day while volunteering at the same time. We expect over 2,000 to attend, it is a family event (for families who's babies have been very ill and so a lovely day of celebration and smiles)
Get into the Christmas Spirit and support a good cause at the OCC Christmas Tree Festival! Assist with selling, unloading, packing and looking after our Christmas trees in the month of December to assist in raising funds to support our participants.
We are currently looking for casual volunteers who are interested in volunteering their time to help us raise much needed funds through highway collections (tin rattling). There's no experience required and all you need to bring with you is your smile and enthusiasm!
Seeking volunteers to assist in providing activities to clients, these programs help maintain and further cater for client’s physical, social, cultural, emotional and recreational needs. Tasks may include assisting clients with activities where appropriate, assist with setting up and/or cleaning the room before and after the session in conjunction with the duty worker and serving and/or preparing refreshments and lunch for clients.
Corporate volunteering with Very Special Kids is an opportunity for organisations to demonstrate their social conscience to its staff and/or community. We have opportunities for groups to be involved with various programs and events. Your support is invaluable! Expressions of interest are now open.
We need your help and support selling Pins at the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. You will be helping Very Special Kids raise vital funds to support children and families in need of their facilities. Large group volunteering from single organisations, or corporate teams (10+), welcome to apply.
Seeking enthusiastic volunteers to support people of various capabilities to learn and engage in basic woodwork, carpentry and other activities. Volunteers will be responsible for designing and executing projects that men’s shed members can participate in or for helping individuals complete their own small projects.
Become one of our Volunteer Visitors and we will pair you with a resident that you can meet regularly for a bit of a chat over tea or coffee, a walk in the fresh air, or enjoy working on puzzles, games or craft activities together. You can make a positive impact in a residents life by providing them with the opportunity to socialize with new people and develop friendship.
This is a volunteering opportunity with a major packaging company who provide supported employment opportunities for people with special needs, in particular intellectually disabled adults. Volunteers will be helping our employees. Minimum 4 hour shifts are available.
Come along and enjoy a fun and social outdoor experience, supporting our Lawn Bowls activity each Wednesday from 9.30am-12.30pm. We require extra support for our staff and participants in this program.
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.
Do you enjoy light work in the outdoors and have an interest in nature? Come and join our Food Forest. Working bees are informal but informative gardening sessions which may include harvesting, planning and tending to the plants - planting, watering, weeding, pruning, mulching, and harvesting again. We have conversations about plants and cooking them. Come armed with gardening gloves, a hat and a drink and your tools of choice. All welcome.
We are looking for someone to coordinate a resident based choir. If you are musical and can commit to once a week or fortnight, we'd love to hear from you.
If you have basic gardening skills and are available any day during the week within business hours we'd love to hear from you.
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. Dates for the Book Sales this year are 17 February, 19 May, 18 August and 25 November.
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