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We are seeking new drivers to join our busy Meals on Wheels team.
Join us in providing a fun and safe social club experience after school hours for young people living with a mild intellectual disability.
Summer is here, the perfect time to join our team of Volunteer gardeners who volunteer at the homes of our clients. Light clipping and some weeding while sharing a chat and maybe a cuppa.
COME ALONG TO OUR FEBRUARY VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SESSION IN WANTIRNA SOUTH! VMCH Volunteer Information Sessions are enjoyable, informative and a chance to meet other potential volunteers, just like you! Book in now to learn more about the exciting, fun and meaningful ways you can get involved and make a difference!
Volunteer bus driver required for VMCH St Catherine's Aged Care in Balwyn (mini bus - no special licence required)
Become a mentor and change the world for a person with an intellectual disability.
The advocate's role is to befriend of a vulnerable person and help them to improve their quality of life, including to be involved in the wider community.
Become a Leisure Buddy with a woman with an intellectual disability who enjoys her local park and other shared experiences. Penny has been spending time sharing companionship and outings for many years with her long-term buddy who is retiring from the role. Make a difference in the life of a person with an intellectual disability by building a friendship and helping to reduce her social isolation.
Build a friendship and spend leisure time with a young man with an interest in exploring his local and wider community.
A primary school working with students with a mild intellectual disability requires volunteers to assist in their gardening program.
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are able to present with confidence.
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.
Do you enjoy helping others? A gentleman who has low vision requires a friendly person for an hour per week- morning or afternoon to assist him to read information to him.
Throughout the week Kevin Heinze GROW runs a number of specialist programs in addition to its core horticulture program for participants of All Abilities. The programs include numeracy, literacy, cooking, social skills, physical training, as well as music and art therapy. These programs are generally run as a short session of 1 hour per week. Volunteers with a particular interest in any of these areas could serve to enhance the programs further by offering an extra set of hands to the instructo
Volunteers at Kevin Heinze GROW will work alongside participants in our horticulture based program for individuals of All Abilities. Using the garden as a learning space volunteers help to enhance the highly individualised programs conducted at out Doncaster site. These roles have a social focus where a genuine interest in working with a range of people is essential. An interest in gardening is a benefit, no gardening skills are required.
Fantastic opportunity to become a buddy to a man in his 20's with an intellectual disability and a passion for music. If you want to make a new friend and reduce social isolation through music playing guitar, drums, piano or violin then this is the volunteer role for you!
This role involves setting up a table with craft supplies and assisting others to undertake simple craft activities such as card making, drawing, collage and weaving. Confidence interacting with community members with access and inclusion requirements is a must, with art and craft experience useful but not a necessity. Time requirement is 10:30 am - 12:30 pm on a Friday morning. A free community lunch is provided on Fridays at 12:30 pm and all participants and volunteers are welcome to attend.
Love filling out forms? Get a kick out of ticking boxes and reading the fine print? This could be the role for you! Support people with low literacy to complete forms and other paperwork needed for daily life. Maximum of 2 hours per week at a time and on a day that suits you.
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