Found 7 Mediation & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Western Health Consumer Advisor

    A Consumer Advisor is a member of our community who can voice a lived experience of health care at Western Health. They participate in committees, focus groups, projects and a range of other activities to ensure the patient perspective is always considered. Consumer Advisors are part of the Western Health community and should reflect the diversity of our community

    Regular - more than 6 months
  2. Information and Referral

    Volunteering with Citizens Advice Bureau is an interesting and rewarding way to ‘give back’ to the Western Australian community. Our volunteers come from diverse backgrounds – but the thing they have in common is their strong desire to help others, their ability to communicate clearly and concisely, their great customer service skills and their computer

    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Joondalup WA
  3. Volunteer Family Support Group Leaders (Online)

    Seeking support group leaders for our Family with allergies support group to assist in leading and facilitating the group.

    Mental Health
    Regular - less than 6 months
  4. Student Advocates

    SchoolKits for Congo seek Student Advocates to invite their own school communities to engage in meaningful and rewarding global giving. Advocates will present the program to decision-makers, show them the positive impact that involvement can have on both givers and receivers, and connect them with the resources necessary to complete the first gift cycle. Advocates may also assist with local publicity for the event. Advocates may be current school students or recent graduates.

    Education & Training
    One off - an event
  5. Local Coordinator - supporting High School Exchange Student in your community.

    As a Local Coordinator, you will provide additional support to a High School Exchange student from overseas who is living with a host family and attending High School in the Australind WA local community. A Local Coordinator must live within 2 hours of where a student is living. If you are interested in other cultures, young people and families, this role is perfect for you. You may have been an exchange student or host family yourself - but that is not a requirement.

    Young People
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Bunbury WA, Australind WA, Binningup WA, Brunswick WA, Dardanup WA
  6. Volunteer - Host Carer

    Interchange is a program within UMFC’s Carer Aged and Disability Service and provides support to children and young people with disability and their families/carers. Interchange is supported by volunteers to create social and recreational opportunities through group and individual activities.Volunteer Host carers provide a very special opportunity to support and enhance the life of a young person with a disability, their family and primary carers.

    Community Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    West Wodonga VIC
  7. Support Worker

    The role is supporting parents, grandparents, and significant others in a child's life to navigate the Child Safety system. FIN Townsville offers free independent support to all families involved in Child Safety to ensure the safety of children is paramount, and families are appropriately supported. FIN is a self-funded, parent-led, volunteer organisation. #child safety #family support #compassion #counseling

    Family Services
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Pimlico QLD