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  1. Women’s Information Service – the Haven at Goolwa Library volunteer

    The Women's Information Service (WIS) is part of The Office For Women, The Department of Human Services. The Women's Information Service provides information to South Australian women online, over the phone and in person. The Women's Information Service is free and confidential and aim to increase access to information that promotes choice and empowerment. We are currently seeking volunteers to support our program located in Goolwa.

    Id:170763
    Family Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Goolwa SA
  2. Community Visitor - Sebastopol

    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.

    Id:126885
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Sebastopol VIC
  3. Community Visitor - Wendouree

    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 and maintaining the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness who are living in care.

    Id:36198
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Wendouree VIC
  4. Justice of the Peace (Registered JP)

    You Must be a registered Justice of the Peace to apply. JPs carry out a wide range of official administrative and judicial duties in the community. Provide Justices of the Peace service to the community.

    Id:6850
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Kwinana Town Centre WA
  5. Community Visitor -Warragul

    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.

    Id:40807
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Warragul VIC
  6. Human Rights Community Visitor Volunteers

    Community Visitors perform an important role of upholding the human rights of people with a cognitive disability and/or mental illness by visiting accommodation facilities and monitoring and reporting on the services provided to residents/patients.

    Id:10333
    Human Rights
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Banyule VIC, Greensborough VIC, Heidelberg West VIC, Ivanhoe VIC, Macleod VIC