Along with Peter Maccallum Cancer Centre, Travellers Aid is expanding its companion service program. Companion Service volunteers will be providing patient assistance to and from public transport around the Parkville Hospital Precinct.
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We are seeking a volunteer to assist with transport and rental inspection support on Saturday mornings. Volunteers will work with an individual or family over several weeks until they are able to secure a property and re-start their lives in a new home. This role will be primarily based around the inner northern suburbs with vehicle pickup on Fridays in Southbank. As a volunteer, you can provide valued support and make a difference to the lives of people and families experiencing homelessness.
We are currently seeking volunteers to help with a weekly Children's Playgroup - Wednesdays 3pm to 7pm - to support staff and children with transport and social engagement within the City of Port Phillip. This group provides an invaluable opportunity for children to interact with their peers, play and learn, while also receiving a meal. Launch Housing's Homeless Children’s Specialist Support Service (HCSSS) is a unique program in that the child or young person is our client.
Central Bayside Community Health Services is committed to supporting people with a disability to build meaningful relationships in the community through volunteer opportunities. We offer a range of volunteer opportunities and our inclusive approach welcomes volunteers of all abilities.
Would you like to visit an older person in an Aged Care Home and make a real difference in their life? We have a 72 year old Maltese gentlemen who speaks both English and Maltese in SUNSHINE NORTH who would who would benefit from the friendship of a MALE community visitor. He likes sports and supports the Melbourne Victory, likes doing 'find word puzzles' and sitting in the garden sharing 1:1 conversation.
Companions is a program bringing regular, cheerful and uplifting contact to residents in aged care facilities in the Glen Eira community. We run a fun weekly program with residents, which includes singing songs, reading poems, reminiscing, playing with sensory objects such as balls, keys, wool, newspaper, toys, and other day to day items. It is an opportunity to engage with the elderly who have very limited interaction with others using basic tools and ideas.
BayCISS is a not for profit organisation based in Hampton East providing information and support including counselling, case work, legal advice and tax help to all community members in the Bayside and Kingston local government areas. We also provide advocacy, referrals and emergency relief to low income and vulnerable people in these areas. We are currently looking for volunteers to assist us, assist others to perform duties as a Community Information Volunteer.
We are seeking new drivers to join our busy Meals on Wheels team. Tuesday and Friday delivery opportunities available now.
Volunteer with the Footscray Soup Van! You can get involved in: Preparing soup and sandwiches in a kitchen, Distributing food on the Soup Van Run, Providing much needed companionship, blankets, toiletries and snacks Give back to your local community!
Telelink is a regular on going telephone based group program that is delivered via teleconference. It provides social and peer support, special interest and recreation activities.
We are looking for someone to facilitate our discussion groups. Topics will be Current affairs and Reminiscing about our past. You will be required to provide support for these groups and some research to aid the discussion.
If you enjoy driving and want to make a difference in the lives of our vulnerable and aging members of the community, then we're looking for you. St John Community Transport assists meeting the everyday needs of our local community by being more mobile and having safe, reliable and affordable door to door transport.
Share your passion for music as you sing or play your musical instrument for elderly residents at HammondCare Caulfield.
Bring along your good natured pet and spend time chatting with residents who no longer have a pet of their own. You’ll see what a difference your furry friend can make.
Spend time in the sunshine as you stroll around the gardens of HammondCare Caulfield as you walk alongside elderly residents. You'll be helping people to maintain their mobility as well as their healthy wellbeing.
Help us to provide the services that are valued by the people we support, their families and carers. Ongoing support, training and encouragement is provided with our innovative volunteer program, which includes opportunities to work side-by-side with staff in a variety of roles throughout the organisation.
Spend time with an elderly person who would like a social visitor at HammondCare Caulfield residential aged care home. Ideally you'll be a mature, fluent Italian speaker and enjoy chatting with people. An interest in football [soccer] would be a plus.
Spend time with an elderly person who would like a social visitor at HammondCare Caulfield residential care home. Ideally you'll be a fluent Filipino speaker and enjoy chatting with people.
Share your love of the arts, from drawing, painting, sculpture, sketching, photography, scrapbooking or colouring in. Inspire a small group or individual elderly residents at HammondCare in Caulfield.
When you volunteer with HammondCare aged care home in Caulfield, you'll be providing social companionship to residents as they attend regular church services. Together you'll sing hymns or perhaps read the bible on either Tuesday or Thursdays, 10am-12pm.
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