We are looking for an experienced Manual Car Driver to assist us in meeting the local Community Needs by picking up and delivering furniture and Household Goods and willing to have a smile that goes along with it.
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The Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS) is currently seeking an Arabic speaking volunteer who lives in Geelong to accompany a senior Arabic speaking lady fortnightly to enable her to do her shopping. AMCS bus will provide transport.
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
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.
The Team of HDStreetwise would like to thank you for your interest in volunteering with us. Volunteering is more than helping to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people.
Spic and span - lend us a hand. Are you a clean freak and get mighty satisfied when everything is as clean as a whistle? Are you available for one day a week or fortnight? Join a group of 3 - 4 cleaning superstars to transform a unpaid carers home. Deep clean an unpaid carer’s home and make a difference to a carer's emotional wellbeing.
Curious about the world of recruitment, talent acquisition (TA) or employer branding? Not sure what that means, don’t worry we’ll teach you. Alternatively perhaps you are an experienced Recruiter, HR or Marketing professional with some spare time?
Port Phillip Youth Services is looking for enthusiastic volunteers interested in joining FReeZA’s Unsigned Youth Committee to help create, organise and deliver live music gigs, dance parties, cultural events, recreational activities that are drug, alcohol and smoke free. We want young people planning and leading the events!
We are seeking volunteers to assist at Run the Rock on Saturday 18th of April 2020 at Hanging Rock, Woodend. This is a great opportunity to volunteer at an iconic Australian location and great for students looking for experience and knowledge in the events/ sports management industry or someone wanting to get involved in the local community.
The SSN aims to educate and connect school communities to imagine a sustainable future. You will be a part of the education team for the SSN and will be highly valued for your contribution to our operations. As a not-for-profit Australian charity you will be working with an inspiring team of people making a difference locally and at a state level.
We are looking for outgoing and friendly people to join our Relay For Life Committee to help plan and coordinate an engaging and fun experience.
Our Take Kare keeps our youth safe in Sydney on a Friday and Saturday night from 10pm to 4am. We operate 2 Safe Spaces at Town Hall and Darling Harbour with roving teams attached to each site. To date we have had over 72,000 interventions.
In 2020 it is our goal to restore this section of the dune system by removing the invasive species which now dominate and revegetating the area with native coastal species to encourage regrowth of native habitat. This is a big job and we need your help to make this happen!
The SSN aims to educate and connect school communities to imagine a sustainable future. You will be a part of the connections team for the SSN and will be highly valued for your contribution to our operations. As a not-for-profit Australian charity you will be working with an inspiring team of people making a difference locally and at a state level.
Are you passionate about social impact? Do you want to help the next generation find their voice? Be a part of a program that assists year 12 students as they design project solutions to 8 of the worlds greatest challenges. The Everyday Leader Social Impact Shark Tank is an innovative and exciting program that inspires the next generation of leaders to think ‘bigger picture’. It runs across 5 sessions beginning on the 2nd of April.
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.
The Shuttle Bus Greeter is one of the initial people that passengers leaving the terminal meets as they make their way out of the gates at the Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal. The role of the Volunteer Shuttle Bus Greeter is to let passengers know about the places they can visit throughout Semaphore and Port Adelaide and talk to them about the Hop On Hop Off Bus Service.
BeachCare is an established community engagement program, focusing on our city's sand dunes. Dune Conservation Field Officers are needed to assist with the facilitation of regular events occurring at sites across the Gold Coast. Saturdays 7.45 am - 10.15 am
BayCISS is a not for profit organisation based in Hampton East providing information and support including counselling, case work, legal advice and tax help to all community members in the Bayside and Kingston local government areas. We also provide advocacy, referrals and emergency relief to low income and vulnerable people in these areas. We are currently looking for volunteers to assist us, assist others to perform duties as a Community Information Volunteer.
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