We are increasing the well being for our clients, volunteers and paid staff by introducing a new forest of indoor plants to our clinical and office spaces. We are looking for someone who has a green thumb and a friendly manner to visit these new additions to the Access Health and Community environment to water and care for them.
Found 90 volunteer opportunities with Garden Maintenance, in MELBOURNE%20CITY
To give our garden some regular love and attention! At our Broadmeadows Youth Foyer site, we have a nice big ‘back yard’ with an established lawn and garden which needs a regular dose of dedicated TLC to keep it tidy and looking nice. The garden contains a mix of native shrubs, trees, rose bushes, some potted plants. Out staff and students struggle to get regular time to tend to the garden, and are seeking help from a garden loving volunteer(s).
Volunteers play an important role within Merri and it’s how we can continue to offer industry leading services and programs to our many clients and the community. Volunteers are engaged through many of Merri’s areas including Health and Wellbeing, Aged Services, Mental Health and Disability. Give back to community, become a volunteer and make a difference to someone’s life.
An exciting opportunity exists to volunteer for Australia’s premier heritage and conservation organisation. Opening up to the public for the first time, we need a dedicated volunteer team to assist showing the wonders of Napier Waller House. Napier Waller house was the home of the noted Australian muralist, mosaicist and stained glass painter Mervyn Napier Waller.
We are looking for friendly and skilled garden volunteers for our CNLC community garden and compost hub.
We are looking for a gardener for our independent living units. Flexible with times between Monday to Friday.
We require the services of an Events organiser and maintenance/cleaner. Help with the smooth running of our Tour Groups setting up for Events Keeping our Museum sparkling and in working order. We are a New start approved site.
The Food Relief Driver & Fresh Food Volunteer position is a vital part of our Emergency Relief Service at DIVRS, assisting in the collection of food items from donors. This is an opportunity to join a thriving team in the production and distribution of fresh food while supporting your local community.
Volunteer in the Natural World – Doing what you do best! Want to help the local environment but in a different way? Let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
The Salvation Army Dingley Village is a thriving church and 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 Gardener plays an important role in the life and ministry of the Dingley Village Corps. Have a green thumb? Love to do small repairs and maintenance? Come join the team!
The Salvation Army St Kilda is a thriving church and 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 Gardener plays an important role in the life and ministry of St Kilda Corps. Have a green thumb? Love to do small repairs and maintenance? Come join the team!
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.
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.
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.
A primary school working with students with a mild intellectual disability requires volunteers to assist in their gardening program.
A Community Centre requires a maintenance person to be a jack of all trades for approximately 2 hours a week. Tool box required.
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.
Assist in groups of children gardening activities, e.g. planting, weeding; complete general gardening tasks after children's lessons. May also prepare garden produce in kitchen.
Assist in all activities around the grounds, e.g. planting, weeding, maintenance, supporting individuals with a disability, tutoring small groups.
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