Amnesty International North East Metro Group
Amnesty International North East Metro Group are looking for people who care about human rights to come to local meetings. We regularly have guest speakers, discuss human rights campaigns and organise local awareness and fundraising events.
0418 128 392
Australian Multicultural Community Services
Australian Multicultural Community Services is currently recruiting volunteers to provide confidential one-to-one companionship and friendship to seniors and people with disabilities who live in their own homes and either experience, or are at risk of experiencing, social isolation.
03 8271 2313
Banksia Palliative Care Service
Banksia Palliative Care Service is seeking client support volunteers who provide support to clients, carers and families. Volunteers provide practical and social support, respite and drive clients to appointments. Volunteers are provided with full training.
03 9455 0822
Home Based Palliative Care | Palliative Care | Banksia Palliative Care Service Inc
Big Group Hug
Big Group Hug works with local communities to respond to the immediate material needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged children and their families. We have a number of volunteer positions available including assisting at our warehouse and delivering goods.
Support children with disabilities to access community activities and support their families by giving them a break.
03 9355 8848
Elder Rights Advocacy
Aged Care Volunteer Visitor Scheme (ACVVS) is looking for friendly, compassionate and caring people interested in enriching the lives of older people living in residential aged care or at home. Volunteering with Elder Rights Advocacy helps improve the health and wellbeing of older Victorians. It’s also a great opportunity for you to gain personal satisfaction, contribute your talents and experience and gain new skills. If you enjoy socialising with others and can commit to visiting someone regularly, get in touch.
1800 022 887
Diamond Valley Community Support
Seeking friendly and compassionate people who like helping others to act as Client Support Workers (CSWs). CSWs assist people in need by providing high quality support, information and referral to specialist organisations who can offer assistance.
03 9435 8282
Kildonan Uniting Care
Seeking flexible, patient and reliable volunteers to mentor a person aged between 11-17, through engaging in negotiated recreational activities for a couple of hours per fortnight. A minimum of a 12 month commitment is required with training and supervision provided.
Youth Mentoring Coordinator
03 8401 0100
Melbourne Polytechnic Volunteer Tutor Scheme
The Volunteer Tutor Scheme provides newly arrived refugees & migrants with 1 to 1 English tutoring for an hour each week.
03 9269 1514
North East Citizen Advocacy Volunteer Advocates
Change the world... for at least for one person. A citizen advocate’s role is responsive and varied - monitoring the well-being and enhancing the life of an individual with intellectual disability who lacks a network of support.
03 8407 3684
Office of the Public Advocate
Community Visitors protect the rights of people with disabilities and/or mental illness living in supported accommodation.
OPA Volunteer Coordinator
1300 309 337
Social Health Australia
We will be vetting, preparing and supporting people to serve as ‘community-based companions’ in our latest kindness-informed/citizen-led health initiative. Placement opportunities to serve people impacted by loneliness (particularly existential loneliness) social isolation, complex health issues (including terminal illness), and bereavement will be provided by our referral partners from in healthcare, aged care and charitable funeral service. Companions will be asked to go through an application/interview process; provide two referees; pass a Police Check; attend an induction day; participate in regularly scheduled online reflective practice sessions; and, make time to visit one or more community members in one-on-one sessions, or as part of a 3 to 5 person team.
If you’d like to bring meaning to people’s live through agendaless acts of human kindness, and be part of our emerging, diverse community, please email us email@example.com or ring us on (03) 9013 5008.
St Vincent's Care Services
St Vincent's Cares Services is a Catholic, not-for-profit provider of aged care and retirement services with a holistic approach to our care community. Our volunteers allow us to provide additional programs, projects, and increased social interaction and are valued members of our care community.
St Vincent's Care Services Eltham is looking to grow its volunteer base to compliment the already provided services. Our volunteers participate in varied roles from assisting within the Leisure and Lifestyle program, running weekly bingo, to driving the bus, administrative duties or being a companion to particular residents.
No experience is necessary to be a volunteer, just willingness to dedicate a small amount of your time weekly or twice weekly. Volunteer roles can be designed to best suit you and the needs of our residents.
All volunteers will have both referee and national criminal record checks before commencing their placement.
Volunteer Coordinator Victoria
Volunteer | St Vincent's Care (svcs.org.au)
Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs
Look after an adorable seeing eye dog puppy for 12-15 months (at no cost to you) and you will assist someone who is blind to live the life they choose.
Apply now to become a puppy carer | Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (visionaustralia.org)
Currently recruiting volunteers who are interested in becoming a positive and supportive role model to disadvantaged young people. Expressions of interest now open.
03 8354 0800