Do you love to garden? Do you have experience growing fruit and vegetables? Can you support others to share your passion? OC Connections supports adults living with a disability to help them achieve their dreams, goals and aspirations. We are looking for a volunteer who is kind, caring, patient and supportive to work with our staff and support our participants to grow and maintain a kitchen garden that will provide produce for our cooking groups.
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Do you consider yourself a bit of an expert with all things to do with gardening and maintenance? If you would like to use your expertise, skills and extra time volunteering with The Salvos, this might just be the role you've been looking for!
Volunteer gardening help needed for one of our Community Living participants. Do you like to garden, have a sound knowledge of gardening and want to share your knowledge with other's? Richard needs assistance in maintaining his vegetable and surrounding gardens.
RABBIT RUNAWAY ORPHANAGE is a non-profit organisation and operates as an incorporated association. It is a public charity, run by a volunteer committee and a small dedicated group of volunteers. The Orphanage receives no government funding and is reliant on donations to prepare the rabbits for rehoming. An opportunity currently exists for suitable applicants to join us as volunteer gardener and grounds maintenance.
Helping to maintain our community garden which grows food for our Eat & Greet Program that supplies food for our volunteers to cook meals for people who are socially or economically disadvantaged.
Volunteer Sanctuary Assistant will assist with manual and hands on work around the Sanctuary
Volunteer Minor garden and Maintenance Assistant will assist with general lawn and yard maintenance
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Do you like being outside? Do enjoy gardening? We are looking for someone to mow lawns, clean up leaves, pruning, basic plant care and carry out other duties as directed by the gardener.
We are seeking volunteer support: To be ‘on the floor’ in the Centre, actively developing rapport with participants. Participating in discussions, site meetings, meals or activities held for participants. To demonstrate and model good social and interpersonal skills, including humour, patience, consistency, honesty and respect.
Do you have an interest in horticulture/gardening and ability to work outdoors, using garden tools? This is an opportunity to be part of a community. Share your skills and experience:
The Bridge is a disability support service and we have a lovely garden at our Narre Warren location that also welcomes volunteer support. Help our participants to share in the joys of planting, pruning, growing and eating from our own garden. Friday bar b que helpers welcome too, or help with other activities that might interest you too
The Bridge is a disability support agency located in Dandenong, Noble Park, Springvale, Narre Warren, Cranbourne and Berwick. Do you like variety? Do you like fantastic friendly people? Are you a do-er not a sitter? Spend one day a week with us! Together we can make a positive difference.
Keen gardeners wanted to assist staff with our Garden-to-Plate group on Monday mornings. Participants have intellectual and physical disabilities. Very keen to learn and develop their green thumbs for a few hours a week.
With experienced staff you would assist a small group of young adults with disabilities to plant, prune, maintain and then harvest from our Community garden plot
Do you love gardening and being outside? You will be supervised and work alongside qualified Support Workers to encourage our participants to be involved in weeding, mowing (both manual and ride-on), planting, harvesting, propagating, feeding and looking after the animals, collecting eggs and watering.
We require a volunteer cook for older people and those with disabilities. You will need an outgoing and friendly disposition and be able to promote a warm and friendly envoronment.
The person will be responsible for the development of the community garden so that community and Banksia members can have access to fresh and nutritious produce.
The volunteer will be responsible for the development of the community garden so that community and Banksia members can have access to fresh and nutritious produce. The Banksia Centre in Frankston offers a range of activities in a supportive and dementia-friendly environment. Members are encouraged to pursue past interests such as gardening or other outdoor hobbies. Art and music therapy, indoor bowls and board games are also on offer. Community involvement is emphasised to promote wellbeing an
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