Assist in a busy toy library with organizing toys and administration on Saturday mornings 9.30 - 11.30am
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Help kids learn through play! Volunteers are sought to assist at open sessions at this community Toy Library.
Fun Learning is what these shows are all about. "Books and Braille" and "Spotty Dotty" shows are the Braille Awareness Program for Braille House. Shows include Storytelling, Craft, Puppetry and Games. Volunteers must be committed to and support Braille House work and mission
We are looking for friendly men who are interested in spending time with other men in a rehabilitation setting each week for 2-3 hours. Chat over coffee about current affairs, be a listening ear or have fun playing darts, cards, making special projects and other blokey activities.
We are looking for a volunteer to assist with food preparation & cooking
Help people with disability achieve their goals through fun activities
Support in planning, writing & administration of grant applications.
Are you super organised and super excited about working in a radio station? This unique position requires an enthusiastic mature person to perform administrative functions within our musical library such as creating databases and sorting through cds/vinyls. Must be Microsoft Excel savvy.
The Cairns Show is looking for volunteers for a variety of interesting roles in the lead up to, and during the Cairns Show 2019! Your support will ensure the success of this exciting annual event.
Our tour guides play a vital role in educating our visitors and are a valuable source of information and history. The tour guides provide visitors with a solid understanding of how the site came to be, what it is now and how they can get involved. This role is great for history buffs and people who are comfortable speaking to crowds and those they don’t know.
Are you in a Saturday rut? Shake off that weekend boredom and say Heyo to a new volunteer role at CPL!
Brunswick Neighbourhood House is looking for a volunteer to assist our Reading and Writing English class on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings 9.30 am -12.30 pm. The volunteer would assist the class by working with more advanced students. The volunteer will be given work sheets by the tutor to work through with the students, but some initiative/experience will also be required as students often request additional assistance with grammar.
Are you a resident ‘What’s On’ guide? Support your community by being a ‘Local Link’ and discovering activities and events that match CPL client’s passions and goals!
Braille House is seeking a self starting volunteer to join our established and thriving not-for-profit. Your role will be to assist with the administration and smooth running of our production services. If you enjoy varied and challenging Administration work, we want to hear from you!
Do you enjoy driving and meeting new people? Our drivers transport clients all over the City of Melville, join our friendly team.
Be a part of a friendly supportive team and enjoy work that is both varied and challenging. We require a dynamic assistant to work in the binding room. Duties include but are not limited to: • Binding and labelling braille books • Cutting and sizing braille sheets • Producing thermoform calendars • Operating associated machines • Organising requisition ordering
Melville Cares is a community based organisation that provides support services to help people to lead a healthy, independent life.
Queensland Braille Writing Association (Braille House) is a not-for-profit organisation staffed primarily by volunteers specialising in tactual literacy. Braille House provides Braille and Moon tuition and reading materials to empower people who are blind or who have low vision to live with dignity and independence. The Library Assistant position exists to manage and develop an innovative and contemporary Braille and Moon Library to meet our diverse existing and future clients.
Trolly pushers require Hep B and Whooping Cough vaccinations. They can be done at the Hospital
Want to make a difference in a child's life? Help us provide weekly support with homework tasks, literacy, numeracy and study skills for children from Prep to Year 10. We are seeking both general tutors and subject specialists (English, Maths, Sciences). Commitment of 2 hours per week. Monday or Wednesday evenings 5.30pm - 7.30pm.
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