Are you empathetic, non judgemental and supportive, if so this role should suit you. Volunteers provide empathetic support for people visiting family or friends at Yatala Labour Prison. You would be asked to engage with and provide a listening ear to visitors whilst also offering appropriate information and referrals to services if needed. Ability to work with other team members.
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Found 7 volunteer opportunities with Mediation & Advocacy, in South Australia SA
Do you want to help and support young people? Are you able to positively interact with them? Are you passionate about human rights and need flexible working hours? That's the perfect opportunity for you!
Volunteers in the Emergency Department of Noarlunga Hospital offer social support to patients and their family members in an often difficult environment. Support is simply 'being there' to talk and listen and by offering practical assistance.
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
The Circle of Support and Accountability (COSA) program assists men who have been incarcerated for committing a sexual offence to reintegrate back into their local communities and accountable for the ongoing self-management, with the aim of preventing re-offending. Volunteer members provide advocacy and support, information and resources to assist in appropriate referrals, keep records of interactions and attend COSA meetings.
International FoxG1 (Brain Factor 1) Australia foundation is seeking community Ambassadors to shareFoxG1 awareness in the Workplace, School, Social clubs and comminities. Primary repsonibility will be an ambassadorial role for FoxG1 Brain Factor1 Awareness
Do you want to inspire the next generation of young women? Beacon Foundation is now recruiting volunteer mentors for our online mentoring program, MyRoad. As a volunteer mentor, you'll guide mentees through structured modules on transferable work-readiness skills and inspire them to think about different types of jobs and careers. The young women you'll mentor are typically from lower socio-economic areas or remote and regional locations in Years 10 to 12.
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