Just a handy person to assist once a fortnight for a few hours doing some general maintenance around our small community Centre in Camberwell
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Food For Change are looking for volunteers to help us on our farm site in Clayton South Melbourne growing fresh food for hungry Australians. Our volunteer days are on a Wednesday & Friday.
There is the opportunity to interact with a committed group of volunteers, participating in indigenous seed collection, propagation, planting and general park maintenance. We have a need to develop our succession planning to engage new generations to continue this work which is vital to our unique urban park and as such there are also opportunities to exercise and develop skills in IT, social media promotion, secretarial, and leadership roles
Have a green thumb? Love to make a garden flourish? Come join the team! The Salvation Army St Kilda plays an active role in the local community to provide a place of worship, support services and programs. Dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming space for all, the volunteer Gardening Assistant plays an important role in the life and ministry of St Kilda Corps.
The Salvation Army St Kilda is a thriving community of dedicated individuals and families looking to serve their local community. Currently, there is a need to create a welcoming space for community members and many of the tasks involved would benefit from the skills and expertise of a handyperson experienced in general maintenance.
Love the Outdoors? Do you have or want to develop your practical conservation skills? Want to meet people in the industry?
Conservation volunteers needed for a wide range of projects. Work on restoring our environment.
An organisation supporting the homeless and those in danger of becoming homeless requires volunteers in a number of roles.
A Community Centre requires volunteers to assist with a horticulture based program designed to develop practical skills in horticulture, plus related literacy and team work skills for independent people with mild intellectual disabilities.
We are a small charity centre, run entirely by volunteers which helps homeless and disadvantaged people and we need some help with general maintenance and gardening requirements.
Assist staff to help elderly clients enjoy their day by doing leisure activities on our site. Have fun yourself at the same time!
Make a positive impact on the lives of our elderly in aged care! mecwacare requires volunteers who would like to connect with our residents through garden maintenance at our John Atchison Centre in Hoppers Crossing.
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.
Urban Food Program To create a more sustainable community by re-localizing food production, distribution and consumption. and in particular to harvest the urban orchard and provide fresh fruit to DIVRS and other food relief agencies
DIVRS’ programmes are designed to support and strengthen communities and increase community participation across the whole of Darebin. Core functions undertaken by the organisation include the provision of information, support, emergency relief, tax assistance, learning to drive (L2P) Programme and volunteer resource programme (Volunteer recruitment and placement), Urban Food Programme which includes the Darebin Fruit Squad and Backyard Basics Project.
We are seeking a volunteer with a passion for gardening and appropriate skills to work in and maintain our community garden and vegetable beds. Knowledge of plant & vegetable requirements and maintenance is desired.
If you are a passionate gardener and enjoy working as a part of a committed team we'd love to hear from you. We requires a gardening assistant to help maintain our extensive gardens.
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.
Environmental maintenance of Karingal Yalloc. Recognition of weeds and indigenous plants.
Join this active group of volunteers to improve and maintain this local area. You will feel part of a team and enjoy working outdoors to improve the local environment. This remnant bushland is a great place to be mindful and to listen to the variety of birds.
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