Found 69 Disability Services volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Activity Assistant Volunteers

    Volunteers will support participants with intellectual and physical disabilities. You will support participants and staff with a range of activities throughout the day including arts and crafts, carpentry, swimming, literacy, computer skills, sports, gym, exercising, dancing, basketball, yoga, walking, theatre group, choir, money skills, using public transport, gardening, cooking, barbecues, bowling, fishing and mentoring and many others.

    Id:134363
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Dandenong VIC, Springvale South VIC, Cranbourne VIC, Narre Warren VIC, Officer VIC
  2. Working with horses

    We are looking for people with a passion for horses and a genuine desire to assist people with a disability to participate in the equine activities that they love.

    Id:169395
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Murwillumbah South NSW
  3. Retail Assistant - Yesterdays Discount Outlet Annerley - Charity Thrift Shop

    Our Annerley store particularly needs more volunteers. Enjoy a rewarding role in our great thrift store Yesterdays Annerley. The variety of roles includes customer service, stock sorting, pricing, rotating and merchandising. We sell second hand clothing, homewares, books and more for The Developing Foundation to support children and adults with brain injury or developmental disability. **JobSeekers wanting to meet their mutual obligation requirements by volunteering are welcome.**

    Id:114113
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Annerley QLD
  4. Retail Assistant - Yesterdays Thrift Shop West End - Charity Thrift Shop

    Enjoy a rewarding role in our great thrift store Yesterdays Thrift Shop in West End. The variety of roles includes customer service, stock sorting, pricing, rotating and merchandising. We sell second hand clothing, homewares, books and more for The Developing Foundation to support children and adults with brain injury or developmental disability.

    Id:109950
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    West End QLD
  5. Family Mentor - Childrens Play Sessions & Peer to Peer Village Morning Teas

    Share your knowledge from your own lived experience of living with or caring for a child with a disability. The role is to create and maintain with the help of CCK 'Circles of Support' which will provide peer to peer support in village morning tea and children's play sessions.

    Id:173095
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Coolbellup WA
  6. Fishability Bunbury Volunteer

    Do you have a love for the outdoors, particularly fishing, but more importantly do you enjoy assisting others to participate in the community? The role enables you to help children and adults with disabilities experience the joy of catching a fish!

    Id:155700
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  7. Program Coordinator

    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.

    Id:155606
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Bunbury WA
  8. URGENT - Student Support, Pathways College - Caloundra 2022

    URGENTLY REQUIRE volunteers offering support to students attending Pathways College in 2022.

    Id:171116
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Caloundra QLD
  9. Nursery Hand - Caloundra- Saturday, Sunday, Monday

    STEPS Nursery is a unique retail and wholesale outlet that sells quality plants and gardening supplies to the public while providing a space for the community to learn, explore, and experienced the joy and benefits of gardening. For more than 15 years we have provided a place for students, volunteers, and people with a disability to build their work experience, learn new skills, socialise, and develop their ability to work as part of a team.

    Id:171037
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Caloundra QLD
  10. Recreational Volunteer - Disability Services

    To assist Aruma Support Workers in the provision of High quality, professional and individualised support to Aruma customers in Recreational programs.

    Id:131506
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Reservoir VIC
  11. EVENT - WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL - 15 and 16 January 2022

    Volunteers are required for Covid Marshalls, score bench duties and general administration roles at the Annual Suncoast Spinners Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. Volunteers will receive a shirt and water bottle. We would greatly appreciate applicants with Covid Marshalling experience.

    Id:172664
    Disability Services
    One off - an event
    Sippy Downs QLD
  12. Participation Assistance Volunteer

    Are you interested in assisting people to participate in events or attractions in the their community? APPLY NOW!

    Id:172673
    Disability Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC
  13. Events Volunteer

    Are you a good communicator? Can you help us promote our services to the public? APPLY NOW!

    Id:167162
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Melbourne VIC
  14. Community Meal volunteers

    Open House is a small Christian charity organisation that has been serving the community for 50 years. As a small, not for profit organisation, we depend on volunteers to help assist us in the delivery of our services. We seek volunteers who are fun, energetic, customer friendly and committed to our mission of giving long term friendship and support to children, young people, and adults in our community, particularly those who are disadvantaged or socially isolated.

    Id:160361
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Macleod VIC
  15. Volunteer Telephone Caller

    Telecross volunteer callers make a short, reassuring morning telephone call to people who are frail, aged or who have a disability and who live alone to check on their well-being.

    Id:3965
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Albany WA
  16. Admin Support Volunteer

    To support our front desk administrative support officers with administrative tasks and sales as directed, answering phones and direct customer contact with clients and family members, data entry into a client management system once trained.

    Id:172544
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Gosford NSW
  17. Walking volunteer

    CAWS Together We Can have several participants with mild intellectual or psychosocial/mental health disabilities who would love to go on walks with other people and maybe go for a coffee afterwards. Some of them have trouble going on public transport alone so could benefit from someone to go on the train or bus with them or from a lift (we can reimburse your travel, 80c per kilometre).

    Id:172486
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Blacktown NSW, Lalor Park NSW, Mount Druitt NSW, Penrith NSW, Toongabbie NSW, Parramatta NSW, St Marys NSW
  18. CAWS Together We Can Mentor/Befriender

    Meet with a small group of people with disabilities once a month on a weekend for coffee and conversation

    Id:158701
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Parramatta NSW, Parramatta NSW
  19. CAWS Together We Can Mentor/Befriender

    Help people with disabilities who are socially isolated to make friends and access community activities. Facilitate online catch ups during lockdown.

    Id:157632
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Mount Druitt NSW, Rooty Hill NSW, St Marys NSW
  20. Peer Action Group Facilitator

    Peer support occurs when people with similar life experiences provide knowledge, experience, emotional, social or practical help to each other. VALID’s Peer Action Groups (PAG’s) provide an opportunity for people with disabilities to meet on a regular basis in their local community. PAG’s share information and knowledge, providing mutual support to engage in activities and projects that go on to build a more inclusive community.

    Id:88791
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Frankston VIC, Mornington VIC