Found 33 volunteering opportunities for Macular Disease Foundation Australia

  1. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Croydon VIC

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Co-Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to guide a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:199613
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Croydon VIC
  2. Macular Disease Volunteer Educator

    The Volunteer Educator role is perfect for someone looking to build on their communications skills and gain experience working in the not-for-profit sector. Based throughout Australia, you will be an important part of a team who are supporting people who are at risk of, or living with, macular disease.

    Id:204179
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  3. Admin Support Assistant (Office-based)

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

    Id:212872
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Sydney NSW
  4. Macular Disease Volunteer Educator

    The Volunteer Educator role is perfect for someone looking to build on their communications skills and gain experience working in the not-for-profit sector. Based throughout Australia, you will be an important part of a team who are supporting people who are at risk of, or living with, macular disease.

    Id:201902
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Western Australia WA
  5. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Cairns QLD

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:207829
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Cairns QLD
  6. Admin Support Assistant (Office-based)

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

    Id:190266
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Sydney NSW
  7. Clinic Outreach Volunteer - Boronia VIC

    The Clinic Outreach Volunteer is a pivotal role designed to promote the My Eyes service directly to patients at local eye injection clinics. The My Eyes service offers essential post-clinic support for people living with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) by providing guidance, emotional support, and practical assistance to navigate their diagnosis and everyday challenges.

    Id:211143
    Health
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Boronia VIC
  8. Clinic Outreach Volunteer - Box Hill VIC

    The Clinic Outreach Volunteer is a pivotal role designed to promote the My Eyes service directly to patients at local eye injection clinics. The My Eyes service offers essential post-clinic support for people living with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) by providing guidance, emotional support, and practical assistance to navigate their diagnosis and everyday challenges.

    Id:212527
    Health
    Regular - less than 6 months
    Box Hill VIC
  9. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Co-Facilitator - Chatswood NSW

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:197090
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Chatswood NSW
  10. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Darwin NT

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:199661
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Darwin NT
  11. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Stirling WA

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:182036
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stirling WA
  12. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Willagee WA

    Want to help people living with vision loss? Macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness in Australians and we are after someone to help run support groups for people living with macular degeneration! Group meetings are held at the Willagee Community Centre.

    Id:182038
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Willagee WA
  13. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator (Online)

    The Peer Support Group Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to guide a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable but not necessary.

    Id:177523
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  14. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Brisbane QLD

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:197091
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Brisbane City QLD
  15. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Canberra ACT

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:199657
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Canberra ACT
  16. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Adelaide SA

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:199659
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Adelaide SA
  17. Macular Disease Peer Support Group Facilitator - Hobart TAS

    MDFA's Peer Support Groups provide a safe and welcoming space for people living with aged-related macular degeneration to share their stories and ask questions of their peers. The Facilitator role is well suited to someone with good communications skills and confidence in public speaking. Ideally you will have experience facilitating a support group and/or demonstrate the ability to lead a balanced discussion. Personal experience with macular disease is desirable, not necessary.

    Id:199663
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Hobart TAS
  18. Admin Support Assistant (Community-based)

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

    Id:211068
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Chatswood NSW
  19. Mac Mates - Social Support Volunteer

    As a Mac Mates Volunteer you will be providing regular support and encouragement to someone living with a macular disease.

    Id:194580
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Anywhere
  20. Admin Support Assistant (Community-based)

    The Macular Disease Foundation of Australia (MDFA) is the national peak body representing the macular disease community.  Our four pillars of work include:  prevention and early detection, supporting the community to live optimally with macular conditions, systemic advocacy and research.  There are an estimated 1.4m Australians with some evidence of age-related macular degeneration, which is the most common macular disease.

    Id:202236
    Health
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Stirling WA