Found 6 Disability Services volunteering opportunities in Perth City

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    Program Coordinator – Perth Jetty North

    Fishability provides adults and school aged children with disabilities an opportunity to participate in recreational fishing throughout Western Australia. The Program Coordinator will act as the volunteer in charge for the Fishability Program during each fishing activity and in the preparation beforehand. You will help people with disabilities experience the fun of fishing whilst providing a coordination and leadership role for other volunteers.

    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Hillarys WA
  2. Javascript , Ajax Web Developer - Volunteer - Unpaid - On Site for Autism West

    Mature JavaScript Web Developer with a good understanding of relational database systems required for Autism West CRM System.

    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Midland WA
  3. Woodwork Shed -- Activity Assistant

    Are you a compassionate, creative and caring individual who can coordinate woodworking activities? Do you possess excellent interpersonal and time management skills? Do you have a genuine interest and passion for volunteering? If you think you have the skills, then look no further apply now!

    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Victoria Park WA
  4. General Helper/Horse Groomer/Stable Hand

    Feeding, grooming & tacking up horses, maintaining equipment, general maintenance work and other duties.

    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Carine WA
  5. Dementia Support - Friendly face and warm heart

    Are you friendly, approachable and willing to meet, greet and welcome people living with dementia, and their carers, to our well established Memory Cafe in the Swan Valley. The Cafe provides a social space, friendly faces, craft activities, song and dance and a good cuppa!

    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Middle Swan WA
  6. Who let the dogs out? Community Event Reps

    As a non-profit, non-government funded organisation, Guide Dogs WA relies on vital funding from the community to raise and train Guide Dogs. Community Events Volunteers play a vital role in our fundraising program by representing Guide Dogs WA at community events to raise awareness and much needed funds for the organisation. Some examples of community events may include school fairs, community festivals and weekend markets.

    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Osborne Park WA, Victoria Park WA