Found 50 Mediation & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Mentor support: Home-Start Program

    Baptcare is seeking volunteers in the Macedon Ranges region to work with young families. This service matches volunteers with parenting experience, with families needing a little extra support to raise pre-school aged children. This role requires ongoing weekly contact for 1- 2 hours.

    Id:169137
    Family Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Kyneton VIC
  2. Citizen Advocate - West Ryde, # 151867

    Make a real difference to the life of an isolated person with intellectual disability this role can be done safely within COVID guidelines.

    Id:151867
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - less than 6 months
    West Ryde NSW
  3. Connecting with Jamie

    Jamie is an easy-going, young person in his mid-20’s. He enjoys music and watching marvel and horror movies. Jamie would like to connect with a confident person that will become a trusted friend and speak up for him when required. He needs an advocate with non-verbal communication skills. He lives in supported accommodation in Coolbinia. Jamie has an intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, is non-verbal and uses an eye gaze device to communicate.

    Id:135856
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Coolbinia WA
  4. Do you have a passion for social justice and the rights of people with intellectual disability?

    Citizen Advocacy is seeking volunteer advocates based in the Perth area who want to make a difference in the life of someone with intellectual disability. As an advocate you will be well placed to assist in community inclusion and social acceptance by empowering the person with intellectual disability and helping them to engage with their local community.

    Id:151933
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Osborne Park WA, Burswood WA, Murdoch WA, Craigie WA, Ashby WA, West Perth WA, City Beach WA, Joondanna WA
  5. Ever thought of becoming a volunteer advocate?

    Are you community minded with a strong sense of social justice? Would you like to make a difference in the life of a person with an intellectual disability? We are looking for volunteers in your area to come forward and support people in your local community. The role of a volunteer advocate typically takes 2-3 hours of your time, either weekly or fortnightly but those few hours can have a significant impact on someone who may be feeling isolated, lonely, and vulnerable.

    Id:151934
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Osborne Park WA, Burswood WA, Murdoch WA, Craigie WA, Ashby WA, West Perth WA, City Beach WA, Joondanna WA
  6. A Mate for Dave

    Dave is an older gentleman in his late 70’s. He’s friendly and cheerful, loves footy, and any excuse to wear his West Coast Eagles sports top! Dave has an intellectual disability and uses a wheelchair. He lives in an aged-care facility in Greenmount and would really benefit from a friend to pay a visit every week or so. Dave’s other interests include listening to music, playing the guitar and watching movies. Do you have some spare time during the week or at weekends to visit Dave?

    Id:155193
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Greenmount WA, Midland WA, Middle Swan WA, Parkerville WA, Guildford WA, Mundaring WA
  7. A Friend for Gemma

    We are seeking a confident and kind lady in the Thornlie area, to be a co-advocate to Gemma alongside her existing advocate. Gemma is a lovely lady in her 40’s with an intellectual disability. Gemma is sociable and likes to get out and about. She enjoys girl time and has a love for jewellery, nails and hair. She is non-verbal but has her own way of communicating. She has supportive staff in her group home that can help teach you these communication techniques.

    Id:158284
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Thornlie WA
  8. A Friend for Jodie

    Jodie is a cheerful and sociable lady in her early 60’s, living in Wilson. She has a mild intellectual disability and seeks an advocate to be her friend and enjoy regular social activities and outings. Jodie is an avid reader and Enid Blyton fan. Some of her paintings won awards at the “As We Are” art exhibition. Socially, Jodie likes music and dancing (adores ABBA), tenpin bowling and watching the West Coast Eagles. Coffee, chats, a bit of shopping and having a manicure are favourites too

    Id:165908
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Wilson WA
  9. Meeting Mia

    Mia is a cheerful lady in her 40’s living in Wilson. She is seeking an advocate in her local area to be her friend and get out and about in the community with her. Mia is a sociable, friendly lady that has a love for music, dancing and meeting new people. She has a mild intellectual disability and a visual impairment which impacts her confidence when in public. Mia would appreciate her new friend helping her navigate this so she can continue to enjoy her independence.

    Id:166292
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Wilson WA
  10. A Helping Hand and Friend for Clarissa

    Clarissa is a lovely 45-year-old who lives in Kelmscott with a mild intellectual disability. Clarissa could benefit with having an advocate who could assist her with general budgeting, Centrelink enquiries and just having someone who she feels she could call to have a chat with. She would benefit from having someone who could encourage and build her independence.

    Id:167777
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Kelmscott WA
  11. Make a match with Margot!

    Margot is a chatty and sociable lady in her mid-40’s, living in Kelmscott. She has a mild intellectual disability and seeks an advocate to be her friend and confidante. Margot likes making jewellery and doing arts and crafts and would love to attend some classes. She would like some help with her budgeting. Margot likes going shopping, eating out and tenpin bowling and finds it hard to save money. She would like to save for a holiday and events like the Royal Show.

    Id:172682
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Kelmscott WA, Armadale WA, Byford WA, Forrestdale WA, Harrisdale WA
  12. Join the 2022 Results Australia Advocacy Fellowship

    The Results Fellowship is a 10-month program designed for advocates over 18 years to harness the power of their voice, sharpen their advocacy and organising skills, and take action with other dynamic leaders. Results Fellows learn how to work with the media, their communities, and policymakers to end global poverty.

    Id:174156
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Perth WA, Hobart TAS, Adelaide SA, Darwin NT, Brisbane City QLD, Sydney NSW, Parramatta NSW
  13. January 30 (Sunday) - Bring a friend (or two!) and help us pack baby hampers for new parents

    Little Things for Tiny Tots is hosting our first volunteer morning of the year, to sort donations and create our New Baby Boxes - please join us! Each month we pack over 30 New Baby Boxes that are distributed to WA families, and we need your help to do it. Our sessions are fun and friendly with babies and children are always welcome.

    Id:174431
    Family Services
    One off - a few hours
    Tuart Hill WA
  14. A friend for Gemma

    We are seeking a confident and kind lady in the Thornlie area, to be a co-advocate alongside her existing advocate. A co-advocate would be a stable presence for Gemma, ensuring her life runs smoothly and her rights are upheld.

    Id:162886
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Thornlie WA
  15. Circle of Support and Accountability - 'Volunteer Members' Offenders Aid and Rehabilitation

    The Circle of Support and Accountability (COSA) program assists men who have been incarcerated for committing a sexual offence to reintegrate back into their local communities and accountable for the ongoing self-management, with the aim of preventing re-offending. Volunteer members provide advocacy and support, information and resources to assist in appropriate referrals, keep records of interactions and attend COSA meetings.

    Id:126438
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Christies Beach SA, Port Adelaide SA
  16. Volunteer Support Person (Court and Legal)

    Seeking Volunteers wanting to support people through the Court system who have a Cognitive Impairment (poor memory, issues with speaking, difficulty making decisions because of their memory problems).

    Id:160392
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Bathurst NSW, Orange NSW
  17. Youth Mentors | Moreland

    Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor young people aged between 11 to 17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.

    Id:126480
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Brunswick VIC, Fawkner VIC, Coburg VIC, Brunswick VIC
  18. Youth Mentors | Whittlesea

    Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor young people aged between 11 to 17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.

    Id:126481
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Whittlesea VIC, Thomastown VIC, Epping VIC, South Morang VIC
  19. Youth Mentors | Nillumbik

    Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor young people aged between 11 to 17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.

    Id:126482
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Greensborough VIC, Hurstbridge VIC, Eltham VIC, Diamond Creek VIC
  20. Youth Mentors | Banyule

    Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor young people, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. Activities may include walking in the park, visiting the local library, attending festivals, playing sports, cooking or going for a drive together.

    Id:126483
    Mentoring & Advocacy
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Heidelberg VIC, Bundoora VIC, Montmorency VIC, Watsonia VIC