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Volunteers are sought to operate a not-for-profit baking facility which produces long life crispbread from fresh donated excess bread.
Make a difference in the loves of others by helping elderly individuals attending our centre based activities. Bi-lingual volunteers desirable.
To assist in the Op Shop: Customer Service Window Displays Sorting out clothes
Volunteers urgently needed to help in the gardens of aged people or people with a disability.
Are you skilled piano tuner looking to give back to the community?
Hunter's Hill Bushcare volunteers come together each month to help strengthen our urban bushland, increase the number of native plants and animals, and create beautiful spaces for our community to enjoy. No experience is necessary as training is provided, and all ages are welcome to join.
This will be a great role if you enjoy movies, pizza and being friendly! The SCIA Peer Support team are looking for two volunteers to run monthly movie nights - to welcome people, set up the movie and serve pizza in Royal Rehab Spinal Units.
Board positions with experience in Leadership, strategic governance, finance and issues affecting young people.
We are seeking a volunteer Bus Driver to take residents shopping and on outings (lunches, sight seeing trips, etc.). LR drivers license required. Our Facilities Recreational Activities Officers will accompany the residents as well.
Do you enjoy hands-on work in interesting places? Are you looking to share your garden or maintenance skills or develop new ones? The National Trust (NSW) is currently recruiting volunteers to work as grounds and maintenance assistants at the Parramatta properties.
The facilitator of a pain support group (PSG) helps the group to: share their experiences of living with chronic pain, educate the group about self-management techniques and to effectively use healthcare settings. The PSG provides an avenue for people with pain to socialise with others and reduce the isolation of chronic pain. The group meets once a month for 1.5 to 2 hours.
Would you like to support our Country Care Link Program to enable improved access to health care services for individuals and families visiting Sydney for medical appointments? If the answer is yes, we'd love to hear from you.
We are seeking a volunteer mentor to assist learners over the age of 50 to become digital literate. Inspire learners one-on-one or in a small group to get online and develop digital skills.
We are looking for volunteers to hang out and provide some social and practical support on Saturdays with a group of mates. Hours are between 9:30 - 4 and we can be flexible. You'll be joining in social activities with adults who have an intellectual disability. We welcome all potential volunteers!
Loneliness is a growing problem for the aged community. Research has shown that loneliness has a very real effect on our physical and mental health. Clear links have been made between loneliness and depression and the development of dementia. Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre is committed to reducing the impact of loneliness and is asking you to support our work.
An ongoing, virtual volunteering 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, 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.
Reporting to the Director, the key purpose of the job is to develop and promote a diverse range of fundraising activities and projects to support our fundraising strategy and income generation.
We are looking for a friendly volunteer to to provide friendship and social interaction to people living with multiple sclerosis at Beverly Hills Residential facility.. This may include running small group activities or games. Must be available either Monday or Tuesday mornings.
This volunteer role involves assisting children 5 to 12 years, with activities and listening to them read stories. The role is based at Woronora River Public School.
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