Bendigo Botanic Gardens White hills seeking volunteers as Growing Friends Members
Found 206 volunteer opportunities with Garden Maintenance, in Victoria VIC
A Community Centre requires volunteers to assist with a horticulture based program designed to develop practical skills in horticulture, plus related literacy and team work skills for independent people with mild intellectual disabilities.
A Community Centre requires a maintenance person to be a jack of all trades for approximately 2 hours a week. Tool box required.
Under direction of the nursery manager, to propagate seeds or cuttings, weed and otherwise manage plant stocks, and provide sales support. Other nursery maintenance work e.g. mulching, weeding display gardens
The Great Stupa require gardenders to assist with watering, weeding and planting and general garden maintenance.
Do you love to garden? Then this is the role for you - and you will certainly be making a real difference in the lives of our clients.
Make a real difference in the Aged Care arena - Samarinda is welcoming volunteers across many of our programs!
We are seeking people with handyman skills to work on the maintenance and restoration of outbuildings and artifacts and some internal work at the Maritime Museum. Mostly painting and carpentry, although some tasks required are replacing weatherboards, building display plinths, welding, general building and grounds maintenance, concreting etc.
Tarrangower Cactus Control Group are seeking volunteers to assist destroy cactus weeds.
Assist teachers and students maintain a kitchen garden and prepare and cook produce in the kitchen
A local animal welfare organisation requires the assistance of a landscape gardener/ handyman BAWCS
Bendigo Animal Welfare and Community Services provide the only non kill animal shelter in Bendigo. They are seeking people who are interested in assisting them to repair and maintain a small building housing the animal shelter.
Uniting Age Well are looking for volunteers to help in their aged care facility.
Bendigo Access Employment and PepperGreen Farm are not for profit organisations providing a gardening activity for people with a disability. They are seeking volunteers to assist with fresh vegetable production and contribute to packing our $30 vegie bags every Thursday. Tuesdays are usually plantings and weeding and Thursdays picking produce and bagging.
Do you have an interest in educating children and a passion for kitchen and garden? The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Program may be the volunteer position you are looking for.
“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore We are looking for individuals who will help with vacuum, sweep, and scrub floors, sanitize surfaces, and restock items, such as toilet paper, paper towels, and other supplies. To be a successful for this role, you should be observant, respectful, motivated, and committed to providing visitors with a clean, orderly place to worship and congregate.
A primary school working with students with a mild intellectual disability requires volunteers to assist in their gardening program.
Support widows and dependants of Servicemen/Women who have died in their role of serving and protecting our country. The legatee role is one of comradeship, friendship and support. Meet monthly with other legatees for friendship and support plus offer your time to others who need a helping hand.
Learn about the indigenous plants while you work with our friendly team, planting, weeding and general light restoration work.
This would suit individuals that enjoy the outdoors and getting involved with your local community and love of gardening. • Help maintain and beautify the surrounding garden beds around the centre. • Establish your own community garden plot.
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