Volunteers will support participants with intellectual and physical disabilities. You will support participants and staff with a range of activities throughout the day.
- Dandenong North Victoria
- Category: Education & Training
- Types of work: Education & Training, Food Preparation & Service, Library Services, Tutoring & Coaching
Learning Support Volunteers ( LSVs) assist students and teachers in the classroom or in other areas of the school for a minimum of one hour per week.
Are passionate about education? Do you have what it takes to help tutoring student to achieve their ultimate potential? At the Students Taking on Active Roles (STAR) Club, Students are supported by volunteer tutors who assist them with various subjects such as Maths, English, Science, Humanities, Philosophy and Physics. The aim of the club is to assist students to remain in school, pursue their academic aspirations and to encourage links between young people and relevant support services.
The Toy Library is a resource for families in the local community that provides educational equipment and toys for children. The aim of the library is to support families in offering families high quality equipment that encourages play in the home without the cost of purchasing toys themselves. Families are able to borrow up to ten toys at a time from a large range including games, puzzles, dress ups, bikes and many other items.
Do you enjoy spending time with children? Do you like to assist our support educators with children participation in kindergarten program? If your answer is yes, come and join us support children and give them the best chance in life in our Dandenong childcare.
South East Community Links operates in one of Melbourne’s highest multicultural areas. A core aim of our organisation is to promote cultural diversity and inclusion. This includes working to reduce narrow stereotypes and discrimination as well as working to promote and advocate equality. SECL delivers a wide range of services to meet the needs of people in our community including emergency relief, case work, housing support, youth and family services, financial counselling and resettlement se
Assist adult with disabilities in achieving paid employment goals
Provide social companionship by visiting an older person in your community.
Volunteer for Home visit, social chat, friendship & companionship to blind people.
Do you like gardening? We need you to help us in our garden to keep it tidy and welcoming for our visitors. You don't have to be an expert in gardening just a love of nature and working outside.
Would you like to help our Refugee Settlement Program equips refugee and humanitarian entrants with the social and life skills necessary for successful integration and settlement in Australia. These people are often vulnerable and may have mental health issues, be unemployed, have language barriers and be socially isolated.
Deliver up to 20 meals to frail older residents using own vehicle. You can make a difference to someone who is living in a socially and emotionally isolated situations. The Volunteer plays an important part in the provision of delivering balanced meals and a social contact for those in need
Do you have passion in gardening? Would you like to participate in free training to become a Garden Guide. As a garden Guide you will help participants of the G4W Greater Dandenong program to encourage gardening for wildlife habitat outcomes. you will also provide encouragement to new participants to network with other G4W participants in Greater Dandenong and Victoria.
Join Australian Red Cross and be part of our Migration Support Programs team in Dandenong. We are looking for volunteers to support with general administration as well as support our foodbank program.
- Clayton South Victoria
- Category: Seniors & Aged Care
- Types of work: Companionship & Social Support, Seniors & Aged Care
Share your smile and companionship during weekly visits with this Greek man living in Clayton South. Phone calls only in lockdowns.