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Found 2023 volunteer opportunities in Bibra Lake WA 6163 and the surrounding areas

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  • Reception Volunteer

    WA Wildlife - CVRC

    WA Wildlife's Reception program is for anyone with a passion for wildlife and the environment and enjoys interacting with people. Reception volunteers are responsible for answering all incoming phone calls, admitting new patients admitted to the Hospital, processing sales and donations, cleaning the Hospital's entrance/public viewing spaces and providing advice to members of the public. Reception volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.00am - 2.00pm or 1.30pm - 7.30pm).

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  • Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife - CVRC

    WA Wildlife's Recovery Ward program is for anyone interested in rehabilitating wildlife (there are no pre-requisites). Recovery Ward volunteers need to attend a minimum of one shift per week (8.30am - 2.30pm or 2.30pm - 8.30pm). Volunteers will work in our wildlife hospital under the guidance of one of our Veterinarians and/or an experienced volunteer.

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  • Men's Group Volunteer

    Regis Aged Care Pty Ltd

    Do you enjoy talking to people? Do you like being outdoors, playing pool, discussing the good ol’ days or watching sport? We are looking for male volunteers with various interests to join our fun team and assist in our Men's Group Activities. We run various men’s groups each month and would appreciate a few male volunteers to support them.

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  • Animal Care Volunteer

    WA Wildlife / Native Arc Inc

    Native ARC's Animal Care volunteer program is for anyone interested in working directly with wildlife. Volunteers will work in the rehabilitation stages of the Centre under the guidance of the Centre's Directing Veterinary Surgeon, Registered Wildlife Rehabilitator or an experienced volunteer and are responsible for the following tasks:

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  • Reception Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (MVRC)

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

  • Recovery Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (MVRC)

    Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that animals in care recover swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos wildlife hospitals generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild. This process is crucial for their long-term survival and a privilege to experience.

  • Rehabilitation Volunteer

    WA Wildlife (MVRC)

    WA Wildlife is a wildlife veterinary hospital and wildlife rehabilitation centre. Minimum exposure to human beings ensures that the animals in care recover more swiftly, suffer less stress and are less susceptible to human conditioning and dependence. Unlike zoos, wildlife rehabilitation hospitals/centres generally offer a 'hands off' wildlife experience. Even though animal handling/interaction is very low, you will have the opportunity to help sick and injured wildlife return to the wild.

  • Client Voice Program

    Mosaic Community Care

    For nearly 30 years Mosaic Community Care have worked in partnership with adults with a disability to create residential, community and lifestyle support services from the coast, Fremantle, Cockburn, Kwinana and inland, Canning, Gosnells to Armadale. We are seeking volunteers to specifically focus on improving our client’s opportunity to voice their say about things within Mosaic that affect them. Our clients have varied communication skills and volunteers can importantly help them be heard.

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  • Hobbies in Lego, Playstation, Cards, Boards Games ....especially men!

    Mosaic Community Care

    Do you have a hobby or passion you would like to share, Lego, Playstation, Cards, Board Games Are you available for an hour a fortnight to share your time and talents with someone who is interested in your hobby? We support many people in the Rockingham / Armadale / Canning areas that are likely have similar interests to you, so why not come and join our 1:1 Connect Volunteer program? The people we support would love to meet you!

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  • Volunteers helping students thrive - Samson, Hamilton Hill, Kardinya, Hilton

    EdConnect Australia (formerly The School Volunteer Program)

    Get out in your community and change the lives of young people who would benefit greatly from your advice, experience and support. A volunteering role requires at least 1 hour a week for the school year. You will be placed in one of our member schools in your local area. Our staff will train and support your volunteering journey to ensure that students receive appropriate mentoring and learning support. EdConnect values their volunteers and recognises the important work they do.

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  • Community Transport Volunteer

    St John WA

    • Do you have a driver’s licence and want to give back to your local community? • Great opportunity to provide an invaluable transport service and brighten the day of community members who need help travelling to and from appointments.

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  • Trishaw pilots/cyclists and assistants/non-riders

    Cycling Without Age Australia

    Cycling Without Age is an international, not-for-profit organisation which connects elderly and those less-abled with their community by taking them out for free rides on specially designed trishaw e-bikes, piloted by volunteer cyclists. Our Pilots and Assistants (non-riders) are everyone from directors to senior citizens and students (aged over 18).

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