HDStreetwise receives donations of fabric that are cut into squares by HDStreetwise volunteers. These are then distributed to the Quilting Angel volunteers (who can be anywhere within a 400km radius) to be sewn into quilts. The quilts are then directly distributed by HD Streetwise through the outreach program. this includes providing patchwork quilts to the homeless cutting squares assists our Quilting ladies to achieve this
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HDStreetwise Op Shop provides an elite selection of clothing, shoes, toys, books and other quality items. The Op shop provides excellent quality items at bargain prices. The Op Shop is also the home base for many of the HDStreetwise outreach Programs. As a customer service assistant, you can help to ensure our customers receive the best possible service and enjoy our shop and what it has to offer. Join the gang and help to make our shop a huge success.
Established in 2007 HDStreedwise is a non-profit, incorporated charity, that passionately advocates for the homeless, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. HDStreetwise Op Shop provides an elite selection of clothing, shoes, toys, books and other quality items that have been carefully chosen.The Op shop provides excellent quality items at bargain prices.
Are you available every now and then to attend clean up events? Would you like to join our database for irregular clean up events? Put your hand up and bask in the sun while doing your bit for your local swamp. You will be instrumental in participating in makeovers for the area to transform Emu Swamp into a beautiful, local wildlife oasis. We have plants to sow, weeding to do and rubbish to clean. Tools and gloves supplied.
Each month the Albany CWA have a fundraising stall at the CWA Monthly Markets. Volunteers are needed to knit, crochet, sew and/or bake items to be sold on the stall. Other crafts (weaving, tatting etc.) also welcome. CWA will provide materials in consultation with the volunteer. If you would like to help with your crafty ability they would love to hear from you. This could be completed in your own home.
Volunteers help us to reach more people experiencing homelessness. Thanks to the dedication of our staff and volunteers at Uniting Care West, we provide a diverse range of holistic programs and services, which support, serve and empower participants. Volunteers have a vital role in supporting our work and we are committed to ensuring that your experience with us is worthwhile
The Wheatbelt Volunteer Hub, in Northam, has a position for someone who considers themselves a bit of a matchmaker. The Hub is part of Volunteering WA which is the peak body for volunteering in Western Australia. The ideal candidate will be a reasonably outgoing person with a good understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel (data entry only) and email, who will assist us to connect potential volunteers with carefully matched volunteer positions throughout the Wheatbelt.
Board member to attend Board Meetings and serve on one or more sub-committees. An interest in the environment and horticulture is required. Legal experience and an interest in governance would be welcome attributes.
Do you enjoy interacting with young children and their families? Ngala Midwest Gascoyne hold weekly playgroups where not only the kids can enjoy the fantastic facilities but families and carers can as well! They are seeking a friendly volunteer to help with play activities such as arts and crafts as well as assist with the set up and pack away and to be another friendly face for the families and carers to chat with.
The role of counter staff is to tend to the shop, recording sales and counting the money at the end of their shift. They work with the bus driver and other staff to provide a friendly welcoming environment. No experience is needed but a Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate would be an advantage.
Put your flare for fashion and desire to give back into good use and help to transform the lives of those in need. Through the sale of clothing, accessories, home wares, and other assorted items in these stores, Vinnies is able to clothe, feed, shelter and support those in need. Your volunteering experience will be varied, with a range of different tasks regularly being carried out in store. Meet new people, develop new skills, build friendships and have fun as part of our volunteering family.
Put your flare for fashion and desire to give back into good use and help to transform the lives of those in need. Through the sale of clothing, accessories, homewares, and other assorted items in these stores, Vinnies is able to clothe, feed,shelter and support those in need. Your volunteering experience will be varied, with a range of different tasks regularly being carried out in store. Meet new people, develop new skills, build friendships and have fun as part of our volunteering family.
The Community Visitor Scheme program is a Federal Government initiative established to promote links between people living in an aged care facility and their local community. The aim of the scheme is to improve residents' quality of life for those who have limited family, cultural and social contact and may be at risk of social isolation.
Are you a people person who loves helping people? Do you want to contribute to the wonderful community we live in? Our Info Hub Volunteers help residents find the information they want and access the services they need.
Are you an organised, methodical worker with an eye for detail? The WA NILS service at Anglicare WA are looking for 1-3 skilled and dedicated volunteers to work with their team on archiving their old documents in preparation for a move to a new location.
Develop new skills, meet like-minded people, and help prepare the Peel region for the future world and workforce in new volunteer positions with Peel Bright Minds. Committee positions are available in communications & media, or events & outreach. Our ideal volunteer is someone who *Is eager to learn and develop new skills *Is passionate about entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, arts and maths – and keen to share their passion to inspire others
An ongoing, virtual volunteering opportunity to join PANDA’s Community Champions. Our national volunteer program draws on the voices, passion and energy of those who have recovered from perinatal anxiety, depression and postnatal psychosis. Together we raise awareness, reduce stigma and share a message of hope and recovery. We know perinatal mental illness does not discriminate and that it can affect anyone. Help us reach out to those in your community and others across Australia.
Maintain our Facebook page, keep people interested by posting appropriate points of interest / upcoming events etc.
Events Co-ordinator or someone to assist with the co-ordination of events (Seniors Have a Go and Information Day annual event).
Do you have a passion for fashion? Want to volunteer at your local op shop where you will be well supported and trained and have lots of fun along the way? Volunteering in a Red Cross Shop provides an opportunity for anyone to get involved in their community and we're always ready to welcome new team members. It's a great way to spend your spare time, get retail and customer service industry experience, make new friends and/or build confidence.
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