Found 177 Family Support Volunteering Opportunities in Australia

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  1. Client Support

    The Volunteer, under the supervision and direction of the staff, will support our clients in reaching their goals through one to one assistance and group work. 2015 training dates to be provided. Training session will be February/March. Volunteers are required to attend all 5 training sessions.

    Id:55297
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  2. NEWPIN Support

    Assisting an Early Years therapeutic program for mothers & preschool aged children in a playroom setting, under direction of the NEWPIN worker. Training dates: 5 sessions/3hrs Weds: Nov 5th, 12th, 19th 26th & 30th 2014. Hours: 9:30am to 12:30pm, morning tea provided. Volunteers are required to attend all 5 training sessions.

    Id:10082
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  3. Kinship Care Support

    Assist Case Worker - Create welcome supportive opportunities for parents & children to develop relationships. Engage in after school activities etc. 2015 training dates to be provided. Training session will be February/March. Volunteers are required to attend all 5 training sessions.

    Id:10086
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  4. Supported Playgroup Program Assistant

    Assist the Playgroup worker with preparation and support of the activities of the playgroup under the direction of the Playgroup worker. 2015 training dates to be provided. Training session will be February/March. Volunteers are required to attend 5 training sessions.

    Id:10087
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  5. Family Service Case Support

    Create a supportive community network and also be the role model by assisting to develop parenting and practical household skills in family units. 2015 training dates to be provided. Training session will be February/March. Volunteers are required to: Attend all 5 training sessions.

    Id:10422
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  6. Bridging the Gap - Mentoring Program

    Support clients on a one-to-one basis under the guidance of the Bridging the Gap Project Leader and to work towards achieving their vocational goals. This is achieved by providing, mentoring and encouragement, information on training courses and employment services (with support from BTG Project Leader). Assistance to link into relevant vocational services. Advocacy to ensure clients receive the appropriate level of support from service providers. Volunteer Intake & Training Feb & Mar 2015.

    Id:42557
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Hamlyn Heights, VIC
  7. Family Support Volunteer

    Home volunteers support families in a variety of ways including the provision of practical and/or emotional support to all family members. Volunteers may spend time in the family's home with the sick child or with siblings to offer parents a break.

    Id:48597
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Malvern, VIC
  8. Hospice care volunteers

    Hospice volunteers provide support and companionship to terminally ill patients, their families and carers. As a volunteer you make a commitment to people who are relying on you being there. Volunteering is not of a lesser importance than paid work – it is extremely important to those we spend time with, and a cancellation for a "better" offer is not what the act of volunteering is all about.

    Id:58954
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Wynyard, TAS
  9. Hospice care volunteers

    Hospice volunteers provide support and companionship to terminally ill patients, their families and carers. As a volunteer you make a commitment to people who are relying on you being there. Volunteering is not of a lesser importance than paid work – it is extremely important to those we spend time with, and a cancellation for a "better" offer is not what the act of volunteering is all about.

    Id:58953
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Ulverstone, TAS
  10. Hospice care volunteers

    Hospice volunteers provide support and companionship to terminally ill patients, their families and carers. As a volunteer you make a commitment to people who are relying on you being there. Volunteering is not of a lesser importance than paid work – it is extremely important to those we spend time with, and a cancellation for a "better" offer is not what the act of volunteering is all about.

    Id:58952
    Family Support
    Long Term
    Devonport, TAS