We're looking for remarkable individuals, couples and families, to become part of the Arcare Brighton community. In the current environment, there is a temporary hold on volunteers coming into residences, so we invite you to join us by "Volunteering from Home". There is a great need for volunteers to bring emotional support to residents, by providing a supportive phone call, writing letters or preparing written material they would enjoy reading.
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Found 64 volunteer opportunities with Arts, Craft & Photography, in Victoria VIC
Radio Lollipop are currently seeking expressions of interest from those who are interested in making a difference to a young person's day by bringing care, comfort, play and entertainment to sick children in hospital.
We are looking for a fun, easy going person with good people skills to help our elderly residents participate in the day's activity program. These activities can range from board games to physical exercises. Part of your volunteer role will include helping to set up and pack away activities. Engaging with residents on a 1 on 1 basis and encouraging them to participate.
City of Stonnington Youth Services is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to become members of our youth committees. We have spaces available in our FReeZA Committee and our Expressions Committee.
Do you live somewhere between Bairnsdale and Lakes Entrance and surrounds? Do you love knitting, crochet etc ….Our Lions Club has tubs of wool and would be interested in hearing from passionate knitters/crochet ..... to partner with us to help create some beautiful products for our club's fundraising stalls.
The sewing volunteer will sew the reusable sanitary products for the Days for Girls project. This project is committed to helping young women in rural Africa by providing sanitary products to those who would otherwise not be able to afford them.
Calling all superheroes-in-waiting! If you want to help children and young people reach their true potential, we want to hear from you. You support students, teachers and schools in Primary setting, focusing predominantly on literacy, numeracy and early-literacy. Volunteers work 1:1 with children or in small groups.
The purpose of C.A.S workshops to engage with the community in visual arts. We aim to run workshops that accessible to everyone, particularly those from minority backgrounds. Through them we provide a creative platform for participants to freely express themselves and connect with other creative minds. We fund the workshops through school funds, grants and local service providers. For 2017 our key workshops will be: Sculpture workshops at high schools Sustainability workshops at primary schools
one on one assistance and support a multicultural group in using an overlocker and tutoring Care for tools and materials Ability to build relationships.
Provide support to a multicultural group with sewing & dressmaking advice and ideas.
Assist with sewing projects when needed for the Children's Centre e.g. making library bags, smocks, cushions etc.
Here is a great opportunity to be immersed in a creative environment and gain some experience in art and creativity.There is a requirement for setting the gallery and getting involved in optional workshop and exhibition projects when available.
The purpose of C.A.S workshops to engage with the community in visual arts. We aim to run workshops that accessible to everyone, particularly those from minority backgrounds. Through them we provide a creative platform for participants to freely express themselves and connect with other creative minds. We fund the workshops through school funds, grants and local service providers. Our key workshops include: Sculpture workshops at high schools Sustainability workshops at primary schools Art work
Help required for lunchtime craft school club exploring knitting, crochet and simple textile projects.
Run an Art & Craft program for people with a disability, e.g. intellectual, neurological, psychiatric
Assist Woodwork Tutor and help class participants completing their projects
SisterWorks is a partner of UN Women, to deliver UN Women’ Second Chance Education pilot project in Australia. SisterWorks provides training programs to the most vulnerable women with little English of Refugee and migrant backgrounds. As a Crochet Activity Coordinator, you will be teaching Sisters crochet class online, empowering women by coordinating the classes and teaching new skills. Currently, SisterWorks activities are conducted online.
Do you have a passion for Photography? We are looking for Photographer to take photos of our kindergarten grounds and buildings for our website which is in the process of being updated.
This volunteering position is about helping to keep loneliness at bay through phone calls, letter writing or cards. This is about whatever creative ideas YOU, the volunteer can create to link up remotely with people who may be at risk of becoming lonely.
In this role you will have the opportunity to meet new people and gain new experiences: - Operate in a team environment. - Enhance current skills capability and further develop your own personal skills - Community participation and the satisfaction of assisting others - Assisting with the assimilation of immigrants into the Australian lifestyle
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