Found 6 volunteering opportunities in Tasmania TAS

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  1. Volunteer - National Photography Network Member

    This is an exciting opportunity to volunteer with our National Photography Network! As a member of the Amnesty International Australia (AIA) National Photography Network, you’ll use your photography skills to help capture content at AIA activist or staff led events.

    Id:170095
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Adelaide SA, Fortitude Valley QLD, Canberra ACT, Hobart TAS, West Perth WA, Chippendale NSW
  2. Men's Book Club Host - TGBC TAS

    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:152709
    Recreation
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Smithton TAS, Devonport TAS, St Marys TAS, Swansea TAS, Queenstown TAS, Huonville TAS, Tunbridge TAS, Kempton TAS
  3. Brand & Communications Volunteer

    This is an exciting opportunity to build on your Marketing, Communications and / or Digital Media skills and experiences and join our dynamic Brand team to help explore new and inspiring content, influencer and partnership opportunities. You will have the opportunity to gain insight to the world of brand management in a leading human rights organisation with access to individual coaching and mentoring.

    Id:171107
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  4. Membership Events and Administration Volunteer

    This is an exciting opportunity to build on your existing events management and administration experience by supporting the growth and retention of Amnesty International Australia's Membership base. You will support the ongoing growth and retention of our Membership base through events planning and through administration and supporter engagement support for our Membership Acquisition and Retention Project.

    Id:170675
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  5. Website Designer

    Make a real difference in the lives of refugee families who are new to the Melbourne community. Our website designer will be supporting the Australian-Syrian community in providing a platform for refugees to easily access the services we provide and access welfare assistance.

    Id:170014
    Human Rights
    One off - a few hours
    Anywhere
  6. Community Visitor - Burwood (Melbourne - Victoria)

    Would you like to make a difference in the lives of people in your own community and also hold a prominent volunteer role? Become a Community Visitor with the Office of the Public Advocate. Community Visitors are the eyes and ears of the community and perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness who are living in supported care.

    Id:35913
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere