An ongoing, online and in-person volunteer opportunity to join PANDA’s Community Champions. Our national volunteer program draws on the voices, passion and energy of those who have recovered from perinatal anxiety and depression and postnatal psychosis. Together we raise awareness, reduce stigma and share a message of hope and recovery. We know perinatal mental illness does not discriminate and that it can affect anyone. Help us reach out to those in your community and others across Australia.
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Being an onshore volunteer means that you are a supporter of Sea Shepherd and our shared causes, donating your time and efforts towards furthering our mission. You are also a part of our Outreach Crew – a growing team throughout the world. Application through Sea Shepherd Australia's web page
We are looking for people of all descriptions, anywhere in Australia, who are interested in connecting with your neighbours and building a sense of community, within the guidelines of your State concerning physically distancing and health; welcoming and friendly to all types of people; and able to plan and organise.
RESULTS is looking for passionate everyday people to take action on global justice issues in NT. The primary outlet for taking action right now will be through regular (virtual & F2F) team meetings where you will learn about the global health equity issues and take action together. There is opportunity for growth and greater involvement too.
We are looking for Volunteer Marketing, Media & Communications Assistants to provide marketing, media and communications support to the Ipswich Hospital Foundation team. The role provides general marketing, media and communications assistance under the direction of the appointed advisor and may be assigned one or more specific projects.
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