Volunteers are needed to participate in a dog walking and animal program
Found 296 volunteer opportunities with Working with Animals, in Australia
LinkPETS is social support programme that assists older people to care for their companion pets. Experienced volunteer dog walker needed Do you have experience walking dogs and want to help someone in your community?
Regis Hornsby requires a Pet Visitor Volunteer on Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday for 1 to 2 hours
Support Men's Group by assisting/demonstrating construction of simple items; share stories, socialise, assist staff to take residents on social outings; buying gifts or items for special events; assist in setting up & running special events.
Fundraising Officer required to organise events and fundraising ideas that volunteers suggest. Duties include; contacting volunteers, organising dates and places.
Make friends and gain experience across a wide range of roles as a volunteer at an equestrian centre catering to riders with disability.
The Vinnies Women's Crisis Centre is currently seeking a volunteer to help out with various jobs around the centre. Required Monday and Thursdays between 1pm - 3pm. This will suit someone who is physically fit and can lift and carry things.
Volunteers needed to care for sick and injured wild Koalas each afternoon.
In this role you will provide administration support to Finance and Marketing department and People and Culture department to ensure smooth running of Both departmental processes.
Save A Horse is looking for professionally minded people to join our committee team to move our charity forward. The below skills are desirable: - Risk Management - Corporate Governance - Business development - Social media skills - Sponsorship/fundraising talent - Extensive horse knowledge/experience (eg vet, vet nurse, trainer) - Non-for-profit sector / Community Engagement - Bookkeeping/budgeting Skills
Prospect Creek is home to many cool critter like Sugar Glides, join us for a day by the creek and help improve habitat for native wildlife!
Green Gym for Carers is a free outdoor program for Carers in Western Sydney, to help improve health and wellbeing by reducing stress and being active. You will spend time with other Carers during a three-hour session where you can take time out for yourself in a social setting and by guided in light nursery activities, located in the beautiful surrounds of the Auburn Botanic Gardens precinct.
Pet Therapy - We require a volunteer to tend to the chickens used in our Pet Therapy, engaging our residents with the chickens both one-on-one, and also in a group situation. Experience with chickens or a desire to work with chickens required.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions’ Wildcare Helpline receives around 13,000 calls each year from members of the public concerned about sick or injured native wildlife
The accepting, loving nature of dogs gives this program its magic and helps children relax, open up, try harder and have fun while reading to a friendly, calm dog. YOU can be the Coordinator that makes these connections happen!
Furry Friends Animal Rescue Organisation QLD (FFARQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes animal welfare by providing temporary foster homes for homeless pets, adopting them to qualified homes and reducing overpopulation through the desexing of all animals. Furry Friends operates remotely, with animals being carefully placed with volunteer Foster Carers until they are adopted rather than operating a traditional shelter model.
Do you love animals and want to help people? We have an opportunity with a difference - become a volunteer pet walker with Inner West Neighbour Aid and make a difference in your community.
Experience the joy of looking after one of our very special puppies and assist someone who is blind to live their life to the full. Being a Puppy Carer is possibly the most enjoyable way to volunteer. Not only do you get to experience the joy of looking after an adorable puppy for about 12-15 months (without any of the associated costs), you will also enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you are assisting someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Rescue and transport of injured and orphaned animals in the Canberra and surrounding region.
ACT Wildlife rehabilitates injured, sick and orphaned native animals to return them to the wild. Our interface with the public is our 24/7 phone. The day is broken into several shifts and you would be required to have our phone diverted to yours for a shift a week, a fortnight or month, depending on your availability. You will be working from home and have access to our online database to record calls.
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