Found 8 volunteering opportunities in Brisbane City

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  1. Support Assistant/s

    QSHBA is a volunteer-run not-for-profit group that is very active in the community. We have 4 permanent bands that perform regularly: the Light Horse Heritage Band, the Queensland Show Band, the Bayside Youth Band and QSHBA Drum Corps. With current volunteers focused on teaching and performance roles, we need 1 or more volunteers to help keep us going behind the scenes, assisting with clerical duties, band room maintenance, as well as library and asset management.

    Id:113640
    Arts & Culture
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Wynnum QLD
  2. Volunteer Braille Tutor

    The Queensland Braille Writing Association is seeking volunteers to teach Braille to adults who are visually impaired Monday – Friday at Braille House or on Thursdays offsite at a Community centre. If you are interested in volunteering, you would have to commit to a minimum of 4 hours a week for at least six months. If you are a qualified teacher or trainer with Braille knowledge, this role may be suitable for you.

    Id:88381
    Disability Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Annerley QLD
  3. Volunteer Mentors Required for Ohana for Youth

    We are currently looking for individuals to work in our mentoring programs in our Alternative Learning Colleges.

    Id:162693
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Robina QLD, Parkinson QLD
  4. Men's Book Club Host - TGBC QLD

    Like to read? Like to have a yarn? Like heading to the pub? Tough Guy Book Club is currently recruiting new officers to help run book clubs in your town.

    Id:152692
    Recreation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Queensland QLD
  5. Homework Club seeking a volunteer tutor for refugee student doing VCE 3/4, General Mathematics

    We are looking for volunteer tutor who has who has sound mathematical knowledge and ability to help our student in VCE 3/4 General Mathematics. Homework club runs each term on a Wednesday and Thursday, 5 pm-7 pm during school terms. Students are primarily from the Horn of Africa region whose families arrived as refugees.

    Id:95600
    Education & Training
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  6. Online or onsite Home Work Club Volunteers Wanted

    Home Work Club Volunteers wanted, helping children from migrant communities with homework/school work

    Id:141434
    Education & Training
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  7. The Chat Volunteer

    Are you a young person who enjoys getting to know other people in your community? We are looking for young people aged 18 -25 years who want to connect with other young people from CALD communities to help them develop their English skills through conversation.

    Id:168245
    Young People
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Anywhere
  8. AMEP TAFE NSW - ONLINE Volunteer English Tutor (NSW residents only)

    Would you like to help adult migrants and refugees learn English and become a part of our community - supporting people in remote areas in NSW online? This opportunity is for NSW residents.

    Id:134033
    Education & Training
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere