The Volunteer Coordinator has an important role in overseeing our small but growing volunteer program. The position has responsibility for all aspects of volunteer management, collaborating with NGT staff to ensure volunteer engagement is effective and consistent, and organising volunteer events and activities.
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If you enjoy being active and getting out and about in the community this volunteer role is for you! Minda has around 250 coin collection units in South Australian businesses and we need your help to periodically collect the donations from these units. Coin collection units provide an opportunity for Minda to create a new and cost-effective channel to collect donations.
The unique Willunga Almond Blossom Festival will be celebrating its 50th year in the last weekend in July 2019. Funds raised by the Festival will continue to contribute to the improvements of Willunga's Recreation Park and volunteers are welcome to contribute at any level in one of the following aspects of the Festival from the list below: 50th Historical display, Coordinator of music / competitions / street parade / dance / lunch, photography / video / website / marketing / surveying crowd.
About Us We are committed to delivering a new vision in supporting newborns, babies and children living in severe disadvantage, to help alleviate financial and emotion stress. Our aim is to be a leader in the provision of essential items for babies and children living in severe disadvantage in South Australia. We are looking for motivated, approachable people to join our Events and Fundraising team. This role will provide you with an opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to one of the
Do you enjoy the satisfaction and energy of sharing in the creation of an exciting festival. SA Confest is a small festival that could use some people with practical skills.
MNDSA receive no state government funding for our services. As such we are reliant on fundraising, donations, sponsorship's and successful grant applications to fund our work. We are the only specialist organisation in South Australia supporting people affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND). We need some volunteers to assist us in identifying eligible grant opportunities as well as help in completing those applications so we can access more funds to serve our growing client numbers.
Volunteers can assist in a variety of positions including: Giving advise & assistance to public Educating recreational fishers about rules & regulations Handing out educational brochures & devices Attending community events
Alexandrina Council is seeking suitable volunteers to assist in the delivery of cultural events and performing arts activities held in Centenary Hall, Goolwa. Volunteers will assist Front of House Manager in monitoring the safety, comfort and wellbeing of theatre patrons during performances and events. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a sound level of physical fitness to be able to undertake the tasks and duties expected. Available to work in the evenings and weekends.
Newland Memorial Uniting Church - Victor Harbor require enthusiastic reliable volunteers to assist with the many varied events occurring at the church throughout the year. Roles will include: opening up the building(s), turning on lights, turning on heating/cooling, checking toilets are clean and stocked, making emergency procedure announcements. Ability to use/troubleshoot sound desk is an advantage. Maintaining a presence at events for security reasons.
The fundraiser and events office will be responsible for identifying suitable events for the rescue, liaising with volunteers to put a team together and organise each event.
We are seeking volunteers to help with both cooking and serving of a BBQ at Bunnings as part of our Loud Shirt Day campaign.
We are looking for volunteers to work together as a BBQ team ( usually 4) . This fun team is involved in cooking sausages, bacon, eggs and onions, serving and collecting cash. The Association has an average of 2 BBQ's a week at different locations. Volunteering with Lyell McEwin Volunteer Association is an opportunity to become a valued member of your community. Contributing some of your free time can make a real difference to others and to yourself, while gaining a variety of experience.
Fundraisers are critical to the success of ShelterBox by helping to raise much needed funds that are used to purchase aid for families affected by disaster. Whether you are into running marathons, making cakes or throwing dinner parties, you can transform a fun event with your friends and family into vital funds for ShelterBox.
Ambassadors are an integral part in the success of ShelterBox Australia and are the face of ShelterBox in their community. Ambassadors are committed volunteers that share the ShelterBox story and inspire others to support our work through arranging presentations in their communities. Ambassadors arrange ShelterBox presentations at service clubs, workplaces, schools and showcase what we do through a formal presentation and displaying our aid items.
Be part of organising an iconic event in your town and support the Leukaemia Foundation’s Light the Night.
Want to be part of a unique, multi-disciplinary, national organisation that is creating and implementing a range of programs that are at the cutting edge of environmental governance and systems thinking? We are looking for an experienced fundraiser, based anywhere in Australia, to join our team to help build a diverse funding base.
Publicist for Australian Women's Sport Network (WSN) needed. Primary role to increase brand awareness and introduce what we do to a wider audience.
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.
We are welcoming applications from people willing to present short talks to come and engage our residents on a wide range of topics across metropolitan Adelaide. Our residents come from all walks of life and have keen interests ranging from; Birds, Travel, Sport, History, Flowers, Plants and Horticulture, Animals and much more.
Help Cure Cancer this Christmas by helping to support their Christmas campaign at select Westfield stores.
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