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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.
As a volunteer in this program, you will help support children, communities, and people living with a disability experience the fun of fishing by - providing practical support - assisting with bait and tackle - showing awareness of Victorian fishing rules and regulations - supporting and encouraging participants.
Epilepsy Op Shop in Seddon needs volunteers for Tuesday to Saturday shifts. Epilepsy Op Shops are COVID-safe work environments.
Learn how to repair and maintain bicycles, under the guidance of experienced volunteer mechanics, in a workshop situated in the scenic CERES Environmental park. Be a part of the Bike Shed’s vision to promote a cycling culture in the community.
Do you speak Italian and have some spare time? Make a difference to the lives of elderly Italian residents by chatting in Italian and helping them to feel less socially isolated and lonely.
Assist staff to help elderly clients enjoy their day by doing leisure activities on our site. Have fun yourself at the same time!
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.
Are you a retired teacher or ESL trained tutor? We are looking for volunteers to teach or tutor migrants basic English skills (including conversation).
Help support people with disabilities, older people and people from diverse backgrounds with access to MCG Events. Volunteer must have a current Victorian Drivers Licence to undertake the buggy training.
Companion Service Volunteers provide support and guidance for older people, people with disabilities and people from diverse backgrounds. This role is great if you like to travel around Melbourne and to volunteer outdoors in the fresh air. A minimum commitment of one shift per week required.
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.
Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor a young person aged between 11 and 17 who has experienced adversity and/or childhood trauma. Once accepted into the program, mentors are required to spend a couple of hours a week with their mentee, engaging in negotiated recreational activities for the first three months and fortnightly thereafter. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive
Have some fun whilst sorting and checking donated items - being able to make up special packs for vulnerable children/families in our community.
Volunteers for a range of community service roles, see website for up to date information.
Are you a City of Boroondara resident and would you like to help us connect other local residents who may have limited English language skills to access and participate in Council's services, programs and events? We are looking for Cultural Champions to assist us with engaging with these community members.
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.
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.
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.
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