Do you enjoy engaging meeting new people and have a keen interest in design and craft? Design Tasmania are looking for volunteers to provide front of house services - introducing visitors to our iconic galleries, temporary exhibitions and the Design Tasmania Wood Collection. Other duties may include supporting workshops and events, guided tours of the exhibitions, processing of entry fees, catalogues and other items.
Found 81 volunteer opportunities with Wheelchair Access, in Tasmania TAS
To create amazing bundles of clothing, toys, toiletries and more for babies and children from birth up to 12/14 years of age. These gifts are sent out through a network of social service organisations to families in need right across Tasmania.
Do you like fresh air, sunshine (sometimes a little rain) and walking? Do you like horses? Are you interested in helping children and adults with disabilities? Then contact us today and find out how you can get involved and make a difference by becoming a volunteer with Riding for the Disabled Association of Kingborough.
If you want to work around horses and are reasonably fit then this could be for you. Our clients are people living with disabilities who want to learn to ride. You can help them to enjoy this activity and contribute to your community. Or you may have office and administration skills and want to join the committee or IT skills and want to assist with maintaining the website.
Do you love that wonderful age when kids wriggle and skip when they're happy? When they stare at you with huge wondrous eyes and a grin full of teeny-tiny teeth? Do you enjoy watching them gain new skills and confidence while learning about our natural world (away from a screen)? Do you have patience when it comes to arts and crafts, scissors and glue sticks, and don't mind singing or role play? Our Joeys (aged 5-7 years) need an Assistant Leader - this could be your perfect volunteer role!
Do you love that fun-filled age when kids have great questions...and great answers? When they're game to try anything, full of energy, and still think that grown-ups know everything? Do you enjoy watching them gain new skills and confidence while learning about our natural world (away from a computer screen)? Our Cubs (aged 8-10 years) need an Assistant Leader - this could be your perfect volunteer role!
Do you enjoy talking with and sharing with older people? Do you play an instrument or are you a member of a musical group or just like to sing along with some music? If yes - we would like to hear from you or your group! Working alone, in a group or with other staff members you will assist participating residents with their sing-a-long activities and entertainment. (D)
Do you enjoy talking with and sharing with older people? Do you have an ancillary license? Would you like to drive the Masonic Homes bus for regular bus outings for the residents? If so - we would love to hear from you!
Do you enjoy talking with and sharing with older people? Do you like to pamper people - making them feel better within themselves and their personal presentation? Do you like to paint nails and put on make up or maybe make their hair look great? If yes - we would like to hear from you! (D)
Are you an avid gardener and have a few hours to spare? Do you enjoy talking with and sharing with older people? If yes - we would like to hear from you! Working alone, in a group or with other staff members you will assist participating residents with their gardening activities by: gathering gardening tools from the shed and take to the garden, weeding, watering, planting or picking flowers etc. Masonic Care Tasmania provides an integrated range of residential aged care.
Would you like to read the newspapers/books or teach a resident about their computer and Ipad? Play cards or board games or just taking a walk? Working alone, in a group and/or with other staff members you will assist participating residents with reading or read to them articles from the newspaper, magazines or books. You may assist a resident with their computer/Ipad or you may like to take the resident for a walk and/or reminisce with them about their life stories. (D)
Do you enjoy talking and sharing with older people? Would you like to adopt a Grandmother or Grandfather to share experiences and laughter with or maybe some words of wisdom - if so - we would like to hear from you! Maybe you have a Nan or Pop living away from you or not with you anymore? Adopting a grandparent can be rewarding and enriching not only for your adopted grandparent's life but you and your family as well. You may like to take your grandparent out to lunch, for a drive. (D)
Do you enjoy craft work, knitting or sewing, art? Enjoy talking with and sharing with older people? Craft or Knitting or Sewing or Art Volunteers - Working with other staff members you will assist participating residents to craft items of interest to them - e.g. scarves, blanket squares, cushion covers or maybe sewing on a button, tapestry or painting. (D)
Do you like helping people within the community? Are you good with computers and have great interpersonal skills? Sorell Library volunteers contribute to and support the range of programs and services provided by Libraries Tasmania.
Helping adults to improve their reading, writing and maths through ongoing support.
Do you like helping people within the community? Are you good with computers and have great interpersonal skills? Rosny Library volunteers contribute to and support the range of programs and services provided by Libraries Tasmania.
Love children and have some space in your heart and home to help a young person? Volunteer Foster Carers provide short term, long term, emergency or respite care for children who are unable to live in their own home for a variety of reasons. (C, D)
Objective: To keep seniors socially connected with their local community and to provide laughter, companionship and purpose to their lives. This will be done by friendly social or virtual visits, providing reliable and safe transport in their local community and assisting with various administration tasks.
Duties can include stocking shelves, merchandising and of course providing great service to our customers. As part of a team, you can be the face of City Mission and a vital part of your local community.
Bring joy into your home and make a huge difference to the lives of cats and kittens by becoming a foster carer with Ten Lives
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