Community Support and Information Volunteers are responsible for interviewing and assisting clients with information, emergency relief and referrals to other relevant services. Two positions are available for 9:30am to 3:30pm Monday and Wednesday.
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NILS Interviewer Excellent phone manner and computer skills. Data entry, collating paperwork and uploading of information to NILS – No Interest Loan Scheme app An understanding of the welfare community sector with a willingness to learn and work in a team environment. Inhouse training provided Police Check and Working with Children’s Check Required – Volunteer to obtain
Emergency Relief Workers Excellent phone manner and computer skills. An understanding of the welfare community sector with a willingness to learn and work in a team environment. Assisting clients with food parcels, budgets and advocating with clients bills and referring clients to specialist agencies. Inhouse training provided locally and off site. Police Check and Working with Children’s Check Required – Volunteer to obtain
The Interlink Program provides a structured activity program for adults with an Intellectual disability. The aim of the program is to provide a social atmosphere in which clients can interact, develop their individual physical, emotional, social and intellectual potential and further their independence. Each term has a theme around which activities are structured.
Inclusion Melbourne is seeking an experienced, fully-qualified counsellor who can support a sensitive, intuitive young woman who has an intellectual disability. Good communication and listening skills required. Please note that a minimum of a Bachelor degree is required for this position.
We are seeking a volunteer to assist our organisation as a Client Service Coordinator volunteer.
We are seeking a volunteer to assist in our drug and alcohol support program.
Do you have community services, social work training and/or experience and would like to further your skills or assist vulnerable members of the community in ways that are respectful of diverse life experiences, maintains dignity and encourages self-reliance. Shepparton Family and Financial Services is seeking friendly and compassionate people who like helping others and wish to make a positive impact in the local community.
If you are looking for an opportunity to make a real difference to people and have a few hours each week to spare then this may be the role for you! Are you a good listener and communicator with a genuine interest in others? Shepparton Family and Financial Services is looking for new volunteers to assist people experiencing financial and personal hardship through the provision advocacy, information, referral and material aid.
Supporting Local Families in a Variety of Ways - you may Play a Pseudo Grandparent Role or be Like a Big Brother or Sister to a Young person.
Become a fill-in grandparent and make a lifetime of difference to a local family who don’t have their extended family around them. Looking to fill a few hours a week with family time? Then we want you! If you could hold the baby while mum cooks; read to children, play board or ball games, share your cooking or household skills, go fishing or even just have a chat over a cuppa – we have a young family waiting for you!
An organisation supporting vulnerable children and young people is seeking volunteers who are able to care for a child/children in your own home for a night, a week, a month, or a year or more.
The aim of the Lead Tenant Program is to provide a safe, stable, caring and supportive living environment where up to two young people are able to develop independent living skills in a shared household and to assist the young person in transitioning to an independent living arrangement. A Lead Tenant is a live-in person whose primary role is to enable a supportive environment for the household of young people.
WIRE Women's Information requires volunteers to provide support, referrals and information to Victorian Women in the Women's Support Room and walk-in centre.
Peer Support Volunteers are sought to work on a National Helpline that provides support, information, counselling and referral to people experiencing perinatal anxiety and depression. Volunteers must be parents or grandparents and have had a lived experience of perinatal anxiety and/or depression (self or carer) and must live in Victoria.
Facilitates playgroups, education and well-being programs. The Community House includes a community garden and playground and is an ideal location for children's parties and community events. An exciting opportunity exists to work with us to develop its potential as a vibrant neighbourhood hub.
Fluent in Cantonese and /or Mandarin, had gambling problem in the past and have been free for at least 18 months, minimum age of 21, commitment to attend all training tasks.
SECASA is seeking peer educators to work with young people in secondary schools around respectful relationships and sexual assault prevention. Position is voluntary but with a generous expense reimbursement fee. During each workshop peer educators work together to deliver fun, relaxed and interactive activities to students in same-sex groups.
To deliver individualised therapy treatments to guests and their carers
Providing community information & support, emergency relief & referral
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