We are in need of Social Activities Support Volunteer's who are willing to assist in the running of social activities and outings for older members of the community. The role of our Social Activities program is to provide elderly residents of the community with social engagement and wellbeing activities that align with their personal goals and interests.
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The Country Women's Association(CWA) provides opportunities for women in the southern vales to be part of a broad range of activities including social groups, art, craft and cooking as well as being able to give back to their community with fundraising. The CWA is about making our community a better place by connecting through friendship, activities and having fun.
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.
Cinemallunga is a non for profit organisation providing Community Cinema events, showcasing feature films with an emphasis on fun and frivolity. Audience participation is highly encouraged. The show takes place every 2 months & moviegoers are encouraged to dress up in line with the movie's theme.Volunteering opportunities include banner painting/kitchen & catering duties/bar/promotions/hall set up & decorating/tech skills/hall cleaning/ chair stacking. Having a good sense of humour is a bonus.
Person to run a weekly Arts & Craft group in an aged care facility in Daw Park.
Are you interested in sharing your passion for ceramics? If you have skills in all aspects of pottery making and would enjoy sharing those skills with members of the community the Encounter Centre would be very keen to hear from you.
Are you a friendly, caring person willing to assist people living with disability to enjoy various activities? Encounter Centre needs assistance with various programs including music, sports, outings, art/craft, games and social activities.
Do you enjoy assisting and teaching people with disabilities to learn new skills. Encounter Centre holds weekly classes for participants. Programs include but are not limited to craft, pottery, sewing, leather work, painting and art. Your involvement will greatly enhance our participants enjoyment during these sessions
Calling all people with woodworking skills! Encounter Centre needs help from people who can produce toys and furniture that will be sold in our 2 retail outlets.
Do you enjoy helping others in a warm and nurturing environment? Encounter Centre works with the community to provide interesting and informative programs along with the opportunity to learn new skills in a supportive manner. Sewing group volunteers are required to assist people living with an intellectual disability and guide them as they complete basic sewing activities.
Encounter Centre works with the community to provide interesting and informative programs along with the opportunity to learn new skills in a supportive manner. Do you have an interest or a skill that you would like to share with members of the community who are living with intellectual disability?
Do you enjoy local markets? Are you enthusiastic about strengthening trust in neighbourhoods? Do you like buying products direct from the maker? If you answered YES, then St Barnabas Church (Croydon) needs more people to join the Barneys' Bazaar preparation/advisory team. The first Barneys’ Bazaar for the year is on the 22nd of June.
Theatre attendants will assist in the 2019 Just Add Water Program during the April to June period. Duties will include assisting patrons, if required, to their seating , ensuring the comfort, wellbeing and safety of guests and assisting front of house manager with duties as required.
Help support disadvantaged children and their families. Puddle Jumpers is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to responding to the social development needs of society’s most vulnerable children and young people; priority of our work is reserved for children who do not live with their birth parents. Our services rely on homemade goods & merch for us to sell in order to attain funds. With the help of artistic people, and giving plate makers - this can be a reality.
ECH is looking for volunteers to lead Creative Programs including art and craft a to enable members to express themselves creatively and engage in a range of meaningful activities based on their interests. If you love art, craft, photography, music, entertainment, writing, have a positive outlook and a hands on attitude - we would love to hear from you.
On our programs you will be what is known as a Leader. This position operates directly with Participants to make sure they're fully engaged. Leaders must be aged between 16 and 26 years old. Most of our Leaders are recruited from secondary schools and universities in South Australia. Each of our camps is staffed almost entirely by our trained Leaders. We invite, prepare and challenge young people to act as positive role models to our participants, as well as each other.
ECH Victor Harbor are actively recruiting for Arts and Craft Assistants for their Day Program. Volunteers will need to have a desire to engage with older people from a range of backgrounds and have a special interest to share eg art, music, cooking, gardening, reading to residents. Previous experience with people living with dementia would be advantageous. You will need to have a sense of humour, able to display empathy and be patient.
Gallery Assistants are a part of an exciting creative environment and work work amongst a team of engaging, committed and creative individuals. Gallery Assistants play a key role in the day to day running of our Galleries to ensure the Galleries are welcoming and friendly environments. Tasks include patrolling the galleries to ensure visitors abide by gallery regulations and assist with clearing visitors from the premises at closing time. Good people skills and ability to respond to enquiries.
Looking for people 18 years and over and from diverse backgrounds to share their time, experience and skills with children in out-of-home care. By volunteering with Child Protection, you will be helping provide a safe, supportive environment where children and young people can thrive. There are many ways of volunteering, these may include, but are not limited to, driving a child to family visits, helping with homework or hobbies, or assisting with events. This position is based in Port Augusta.
Are you a keen knitter, able to crochet or hand stitch and enjoy working together with other likeminded creative people in a group setting? If you would like to help form, and lead a group of people who would like help make a difference for vulnerable people in our community, then please register your interest today!
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