This a a training position for anyone who would be interested in becoming a facilitator for the Peaceful Pathways experiential learning workshops run by AVP.
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Found 7 volunteer opportunities with People with disability, in Northern Territory NT
The NT Major Events Company is delivering an outdoor exhibition by world renowned artist Bruce Munro: Tropical Light, from 1 November 2019 until 30 April 2020 during Darwin's Tropical Summer. The exhibition will take place in Darwin (CBD and Waterfront locations). Volunteers are being sought as exhibition hosts, artwork minders and visitor engagement promoters for the duration of this exhibition.
The Treasurer will be aligned with the Alongside purpose and ethos, respect the rights, beliefs and personal values of others and have an interest in rural/remote workforce and emergency services to support the current situation and future direction of the business.
Due to growth, we are seeking experienced General Board Members to support the Alongside mission voluntarily for a period of up to three (3) years. The Board mostly meets online allowing members to be located throughout Australia.
Do you want to work from home, have a computer and interested in the environment, scientific notebooks, etc.?
A volunteer is sought to help with the production of the quarterly newsletter of Huntington's NSW ACT. It is normally 8 pages long with a mix of news, stories, research and consumer updates.
Angels Hope is after passionate volunteers/ individuals who can help drive our key messages into Australia using the power of social media our charity was formed because of abuse and realising how many suicides etc are caused through bullying/abuse. Strong need of knowing facebook ,instagram,graphic design etc would be beneficial also experience with getting engagement from the general public
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