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  • Help deliver community events. Amazing people. Incredible locations. Heaps of fun.

    parkrun

    • Bunbury WA, Dampier WA, Kalgoorlie WA, Kununurra WA, Perth WA, Rockingham WA, Western Australia
    • Category: Recreation

    Everyone is welcome to volunteer at parkrun events. We have heaps of fun, simple and rewarding opportunities to lend a hand for one to two hours on a Saturday morning at parkrun events across Australia. No training is required, roles are fully supported on the day and you can take part as often or as little as you would like. You can volunteer as a marshal, timekeeper, photographer or try your hand at scanning barcodes and handing out tokens…..to name a few of the roles we have available.

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  • Make a match with Margot!

    Citizen Advocacy

    Margot is a chatty and sociable lady in her mid-40’s, living in Kelmscott. She has a mild intellectual disability and seeks an advocate to be her friend and confidante. Margot likes making jewellery and doing arts and crafts and would love to attend some classes. She would like some help with her budgeting. Margot likes going shopping, eating out and tenpin bowling and finds it hard to save money. She would like to save for a holiday and events like the Royal Show.

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  • Support people with intellectual disability in your local community

    Citizen Advocacy

    Citizen Advocacy seeks volunteers throughout the Perth area to be a friend and advocate to someone with an intellectual disability. You would develop a unique, one-to-one relationship, enjoying social outings and activities together. You can help by: • Assisting them to reach a life ambition or goal • Giving them a voice to become part of decision making and stand up for their rights • Being a mentor, offering encouragement and support to feel included and valued in society

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  • Kick back with Darren!

    Citizen Advocacy

    Darren is a cheerful and gentle man in his 50’s living in Innaloo. He has a love for gardening and spends as much time outside as possible. He enjoys country music, going on bush walks and visiting farms and national parks. He likes easy going people! He is seeking an advocate in his local area to socialise with, help him engage with his local community more and encourage him to reach his goals. Darren has a mild intellectual disability.

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  • A Helping Hand and Friend for Clarissa

    Citizen Advocacy

    Clarissa is a lovely 45-year-old who lives in Kelmscott with a mild intellectual disability. Clarissa could benefit with having an advocate who could assist her with general budgeting, Centrelink enquiries and just having someone who she feels she could call to have a chat with. She would benefit from having someone who could encourage and build her independence.

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  • Meeting Mia

    Citizen Advocacy

    Mia is a cheerful lady in her 40’s living in Wilson. She is seeking an advocate in her local area to be her friend and get out and about in the community with her. Mia is a sociable, friendly lady that has a love for music, dancing and meeting new people. She has a mild intellectual disability and a visual impairment which impacts her confidence when in public. Mia would appreciate her new friend helping her navigate this so she can continue to enjoy her independence.

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  • A Friend for Jodie

    Citizen Advocacy

    Jodie is a cheerful and sociable lady in her early 60’s, living in Wilson. She has a mild intellectual disability and seeks an advocate to be her friend and enjoy regular social activities and outings. Jodie is an avid reader and Enid Blyton fan. Some of her paintings won awards at the “As We Are” art exhibition. Socially, Jodie likes music and dancing (adores ABBA), tenpin bowling and watching the West Coast Eagles. Coffee, chats, a bit of shopping and having a manicure are favourites too

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  • Seeking a Friend for Leah

    Citizen Advocacy

    Leah is a friendly and articulate lady in her 40’s with autism who has an interest in handicraft and Taiko Japanese drumming. She is seeking an advocate close to where she lives in Willagee to be her friend and meet up with her occasionally, sometimes independently and sometimes with her son, who is 7 years old. This person would gently encourage Leah to pursue some of her interests and hobbies and get out of the house.

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  • A Friend for Gemma

    Citizen Advocacy

    We are seeking a confident and kind lady in the Thornlie area, to be a co-advocate to Gemma alongside her existing advocate. Gemma is a lovely lady in her 40’s with an intellectual disability. Gemma is sociable and likes to get out and about. She enjoys girl time and has a love for jewellery, nails and hair. She is non-verbal but has her own way of communicating. She has supportive staff in her group home that can help teach you these communication techniques.

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  • A Mate for Dave

    Citizen Advocacy

    Dave is a cheerful guy in his 70’s living in an aged care facility in Greenmount. He has an intellectual disability and uses a wheelchair. Dave enjoys listening to music, playing the guitar, watching movies and is a footy fan. We are seeking a local caring community member to visit Dave on a weekly or fortnightly basis to hang out with him and make sure everything is going ok in his life.

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  • Crisis Advocate for Citizen Advocacy

    Citizen Advocacy

    Citizen Advocacy is seeking crisis advocates to assist with short-term advocacy roles addressing unforeseen or urgent issues in the life of a person with intellectual disability. A crisis advocate has many of the same qualities as a citizen advocate and goes through the same orientation, but instead of committing to a long-term relationship, the crisis advocate is on hand to respond to unforeseen or urgent issues. The relationship will only be expected to last as long as the crisis continues.

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