Found 5 Disaster Relief volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. General Administration Support Volunteer (in office)

    Seeking an enthusiastic volunteer with a keen eye for detail, to assist our Supporter Engagement team with key administrative tasks. You will gain office experience using our CRM database, assisting with updating records and data management. You will have the opportunity to gain more experience, by being trained to use our phone system and assist with calling supporters to update contact details and/or answering phone calls (note: there is no cold calling or calling for fundraising purposes).

    Id:160892
    Disaster Relief
    Regular - more than 6 months
    North Ryde NSW
  2. Child Sponsorship Support Volunteer - General (in office)

    Seeking an enthusiastic volunteer with a keen eye for detail, to assist our Child Sponsorship team with key administrative tasks. You will assist with reviewing children’s letters from the field, written to sponsors back in Australia. You may also assist with the development and production of annual updates Whether you simply want to be generous with your time and talents or are looking to gain valuable work experience in the not-for-profit sector, this volunteer opportunity is for you!

    Id:160884
    Disaster Relief
    Regular - more than 6 months
    North Ryde NSW
  3. Child Sponsorship Support Volunteer - Annual Progress Reports and Child Profiles (office or virtual)

    Seeking an enthusiastic volunteer with a keen eye for detail, to assist Baptist World Aid’s Child Sponsorship team with key administrative tasks. You will review profiles of children awaiting sponsorship, and assist in producing annual updates on sponsored children and the projects they’re involved in. Whether you simply want to be generous with your time and talents or are looking to gain valuable work experience in the not-for-profit sector, this volunteer opportunity is for you!

    Id:160882
    Disaster Relief
    Regular - more than 6 months
    North Ryde NSW
  4. Become a Team Leader of Spontaneous Disaster Volunteers

    Help to Make it Happen and Volunteer to be ready - just in case. Volunteering Sunshine Coast has partnered with the Sunshine Coast Council to support our community when disaster strikes, through the Spontaneous Disaster Volunteer Management Program which is a part of the recovery phase.

    Id:142244
    Disaster Relief
    One off - an event
    Queensland QLD
  5. Community Educator - The Pillowcase Project - Community Emergency Preparedness

    The Pillowcase Project is a school-based program designed to build children's knowledge and capacity to prepare for emergency situations. We are on the lookout for Community Educators to deliver disaster prep workshops to students. Join us in putting our hands together to teach students how to make an emergency kit. No experience necessary as all training provided.

    Id:106101
    Disaster Relief
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Ellenbrook WA, Bullsbrook WA, Gidgegannup WA, Mundaring WA