Starting Over Support (SOS) is a People Who Care program that provides support to vulnerable families as they leave crisis accommodation and helps them make their new house a home. You will help with the transportation, loading/unloading of deliveries, moving furniture, and stacking furniture in the truck. We collect donations of pre-loved furniture and homewares and transport them to families who need them most. Current WA licence – HR requirement is essential.
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Starting Over Support (SOS) is a People Who Care program that provides support to vulnerable families as they leave crisis accommodation and helps them make their new house a home. We collect donations of pre-loved furniture and homewares and transport them to families who need them most. Become our new Truck Assistant and "drive" this initiative further. Various shifts available.
We are looking for volunteers who can build a friendship with an older person living in an aged care facility or who is at home and may be lonely or isolated. Are you wanting to make a difference in your community? This is a great opportunity for you to gain working experience and receive free training while making new friends! *Ability to speak other languages a requirement of this role THE VISITORS PROGRAM IS TEMPORARILY ON HOLD HOWEVER VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS CONTINUE TO BE PROCESSED
This busy charity needs capable people to assist with sorting and checking stock, filling shelves, cleaning, lifting, customer service and packing. No experience is needed, just bring along a friendly smile and a "can do" attitude. Food bank are still open to the public however they are following all government guidelines to ensure the volunteer and clients safety.
Weeding, digging and planting. Understanding and taking instructions and directions. You need to enjoy working outdoors, not afraid of mosquitoes and other insects, not allergic to mosquito, tick or insect bites. Age Range: 17 to 85. DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS THE GARDENING PROGRAM IS SUSPENDED BUT APPLICATIONS ARE STILL BEING RECEIVED AND PROCESSED.
The Hedland Homeless Breakfast Program is an essential service operating Monday to Friday 7.00am-9.30am at the South Hedland Sobering Up Centre in South Hedland. New Homeless Breakfast Program volunteers are always most welcome! Volunteers of any age accepted (even under 16yrs).
We currently require Volunteer Foster Carers' to open their homes to cats & kittens, to give them a home while we search for their forever homes! If you have a love of cats and a spare room, this could be the purr-fect opportunity to help us out!
Do you love horses? Would you like to assist us as we provide invaluable activities for people with a disability? You will be working with our horses; helping to lead or support riders in a lesson. No previous experience with horses is necessary.
Are you a friendly person, that likes to make people feel welcomed? Does having a smile on your face, come naturally to you? Why not be the difference and help us make everyone enjoy their experience with us?
Driving mentor to young novice drivers aged 16 to 25 who have barriers to completing their 50 'log book' hours to obtain their driver's licence.
We’re looking for volunteers to get involved with a range of activities that will enrich the lives of residents at Baptistcare Kalkarni Residential Care in Brookton by providing valuable support and social interaction. You may also have a hobby, skill or interest you wish to share.
We require people to assist us in transforming Northams rivers and trails into an environmentally friendly place which can be enjoyed by locals and visitors. We meet at 9am Friday mornings for an hour or so and you can come every week, every fortnight or even once a month if you like. You can work alone or with others and do as much or as little as you can. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills and make new friends plus get a little light exercise.
Seeking a volunteer to provide companionship and cultural support for a lady residing in an aged care home. We seek ideally someone who has Latin American heritage.
We are seeking a volunteer to accompany residents and staff on their regular Tuesday morning outing on the bus. The role includes staying with residents whilst other residents are assisted onto the bus, pushing wheelchairs on outings, accompanying the residents and staff as they have fun together.
On Monday mornings, the residents of Bethanie Joondanna Aged Care Home are invited to meet and have morning tea in the garden. We seek a volunteer who would sit and chat prompting conversations.
Carers contribute significantly to the community through their support of family members and friends with significant illness or disability. Carers WA is committed to ensuring these people get the support they need. The Carers WA Board is seeking a Board Member. The Board generally meets monthly in Perth and governs the organisation in accordance with its Constitution. All Board Members are required to attend a min of 8 Board Meetings a year, which are held on the last Wednesday of each month.
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, bric-a-brac, and other assorted items in these stores, Vinnies is able to cloth, 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.
Would you like to be part of a wonderful community service? Silver Chain is looking for volunteers to help them with fundraising, events, monthly meetings, social get togethers and handing out information to the general public. Be involved with an organisation that helps so many people within your community. Age Range: 35 to 90.
Imagine not seeing or hearing from anyone for days, weeks or months. Loneliness can have far reaching effects on our ageing population and knowing someone who cares will visit regularly can have a positive impact on their wellbeing. Volunteers are matched with clients to visit for 2 hours per week supporting them to make connections in their local community or provide companionship.
If you're into sports, western films and can speak MACEDONIAN we need a male volunteer who can spare an hour or two a week. Join our rewarding program bringing companionship and friendship to isolated men in aged care.
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