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    Casual Volunteer

    Do you have a few hours a month that you would like to dedicate to volunteering? Help the disadvantaged in Frankston and surrounding areas by bagging up toiletries and other personal items once a month. Monthly working bees are held at Frankston North Community Center, 26 Mahogany Ave Frankston North 3200 8th May 1pm-2pm 19th June 1pm-2pm 14th August 1pm-2pm 11th September 1pm-2pm 9th October 1pm-2pm 13th November 1pm-2pm 11th December 1pm-2pm

    Id:99359
    Homeless
    Long Term
    Frankston North, VIC
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    Hair Stylist

    Footprints Day Centre located in the Hospice at Murdoch Hospital is seeking a qualified Hair Stylist to join the volunteer Complementary Therapy team in providing a range of care to support our palliative care patients. All resources required are provided.

    Id:99345
    Health
    Long Term
    Murdoch, WA
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    Main Gate Attendants

    Hand out a piece of fresh local fruit, programs and information about the show. Ask for a gold coin donation. Count all children under 12 years old. Greet and inform show goers.

    Id:20838
    Community Service
    Event Volunteering
    Bunbury, WA
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    Committee Members - Bellarine Relay For Life

    Relay For Life is a fun and moving overnight experience that raises vital funds for the Cancer Council’s research, prevention, information and support services. Relay is a chance for the Bellarine community to recognise and celebrate local cancer survivors, patients and their carers, to honour and remember loved ones lost to cancer and to raise money to help save more lives.

    Id:99297
    Health
    Long Term
    Leopold, VIC
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    Sales Assistant - Darlington Salvos Stores

    Salvos Stores volunteers come from all walks of life, with individual goals from benefiting their local community, to having fun, learning new skills, and increasing self-confidence, and much more. Our growing volunteer base, now 5100 strong, helped Salvos Stores provide $21.5m to essential Salvation Army Programs, including $2.7m in clothing and other household items. Each year, the efforts of our volunteers help divert approximately 20,000 tonnes of goods from going to landfill.

    Id:96145
    Community Service
    Long Term
    Darlington, SA
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    Marine Debris Surveys - Beautify the Beaches of Darwin

    Darwin has a variety of unique and beautiful beaches. A new location will be surveyed each week for Marine Debris which is then sorted and catalogued on the day, adding to a national database. Sites include Lee Point, Casuarina Beach, Rapid Creek and Mindil Beach. With your help we can reduce debris and preserve our beaches. Please call the office (08) 8981 3206 for further information

    Id:91223
    Other
    Short Term
    Darwin, NT
  7. Celebrate Easter Weekend with Elderlies

    Love flows downward from generations to generations. Our elderlies have always been there for us, whether it is as our teachers, mentors, role models or for building the homes and society we live in today. Come join us on this Easter to enjoy our elderly's company in Blandville Court. Lets bring joy, happiness and show our gratitude. Be the loving angels to our grandpa and grandmas and together create wonderful memories.

    Id:99357
    Seniors
    Long Term
    Gladesville, NSW
  8. Tree Planting

    Trees provide a number of important environmental benefits to our community and wildlife.  These benefits include improving our air quality, helping to control and reduce soil erosion and providing habitat for wildlife.​Take this chance to reconnect with nature and contribute to Australia’s community tree planting and nature-care event. It will be an amazing day of great company and fun. Free lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.

    Id:97929
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Eastwood, NSW
  9. Chinese School: Children Wonderland

    The aim is to enable our future generations, though living in Australia, to retain their Chinese language heritage. In addition to knowing the language, it is equally important for them to be exposed to our fine traditional culture. As part of the learning process, it is also essential for them to understand the proper ways of co-existence in the society and maintenance of a good character.

    Id:96672
    Education
    Long Term
    Croydon, NSW
  10. Upcycling (Turn Trash to Treasure)

    This is an exciting opportunity to turn trash into treasure with your creativity and imagination. Not to mention, the products you make will be fundraised to support refugees in Australia.  (the products detail is being finalised)

    Id:98430
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Eastwood, NSW